Publications

Publications

Most publications by Environmental Energy Technologies Division authors are searchable from this page, including peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, conference proceedings and LBNL reports.

This publications database is an ongoing project, and not all Division publications are represented here yet.

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Selkowitz, Stephen E., Carl M. Lampert, and Michael D. Rubin. "Advanced Optical and Thermal Technologies for Aperature Control." In Passive and Hybrid Solar Energy Update. Washington, D. C., 1982.
Rubinstein, Francis M., and Mahmut Karayel. "The Measured Energy Savings from Two Lighting Control Strategies." In IEEE-IAS Transactions, 1189-1197. Vol. 1A-20(5)., 1982.
Rubin, Michael D.. "Solar Optical Properties of Windows." International Journal of Energy Research 6 (1982): 123-133.
1981
Rubinstein, Francis M.. "Energy-Saving Benefits of Automatic Lighting Controls." In International Energy Management and Facilities Improvement Show. Chicago, IL, 1981.
Bryan, Harvey J., Alexander Lohr, R. Christophe Mathis, and James Rosen. "The Use of Physical Scale Models for Daylighting Analysis." In 6th National Passive Solar Conference, 865-869. Portland, OR, 1981.
Rubin, Michael D.. "Calculating Heat Transfer Through Windows." Int. J. Energy res. 6 (1981): 341-349.
Rubin, Michael D., and Stephen E. Selkowitz. "Thermal Performance of Windows Having High Solar Transmittance." In 6th International Passive and Solar Conference, 141-145., 1981.
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1978

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