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.

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1991
Rubinstein, Francis M., and Chin Zhang. "A Spreadsheet for Analyzing the In-Situ Performance of Fluorescent Luminaries." In Illuminating Engineering Society Annual Conference 1991. Montreal, Canada, 1991. Abstract  Download: PDF (1.21 MB)
Siminovitch, Michael J., Francis M. Rubinstein, and Michael Packer. "Fixture Efficiency Program." In Association of Energy Engineers Conference. Anaheim, CA, 1991.
1990
Siminovitch, Michael J., Francis M. Rubinstein, and Richard E. Whiteman. "Thermal Performance Characteristics of Compact Fluorescent Fixtures." In 1990 HVAC and Building Systems Congress, October 7-12, 1990. Seattle, WA, 1990. Abstract  Download: PDF (814.18 KB)
Siminovitch, Michael J., Francis M. Rubinstein, and Michael Packer. "Thermally Efficient Compact Fluorescent Fixture Systems." In IEA/ENEL Conference on Advanced Technologies for Electric Demand-Side Management. Sorrento, Italy, 1990. Abstract  Download: PDF (566.63 KB)
1989
1988
1987
Ward, Gregory J., and Francis M. Rubinstein. "A New Technique for Computer Simulation of Illuminated Spaces." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 17 (1987): 80-91. Abstract  Download: PDF (1.37 MB)
1986
1985

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