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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1989
Dexter, Arthur L., and Philip Haves. Simulation of Local Loop Controls In Building Simulation 89. Vancouver, Canada, 1989.
1988
Haves, Philip, and Paul J. Littlefair. "Daylight in Dynamic Thermal Modelling Programs: a Case Study." Building Services Engineering Research & Technology 9, no. 4 (1988): 183-188.
Haves, Philip, and D. Trewella. "Towards an Environment for HVAC Control System Evaluation." In USER-1 Building Simulation Conference. European Society for Computer Simulation. Ostend, Belgium, 1988.
1987
Dexter, Arthur L., Mahroo M. Eftekhari, Philip Haves, and Fábio Gonçalves Jota. The Use of Dynamic Simulation Models to Evaluate Algorithms for Building Energy Control: Experience with HVACSIM+ In International Congress on Building Energy Management. Vol. 8. Proceedings of ICBEM’87 8. Lausanne, Switzerland, 1987.
Haves, Philip. The Application of Simulation to the Evaluation of Building Energy Control Systems In UKSC87 Conference. United Kingdom Simulation Council. Bangor, UK, 1987.
1986
1985
Green, Cedric, Philip Haves, and Paul Huddy. The Integration of Graphic and Thermal Simulation Models In Computer Graphics '85 Conference. Pinner, Middlesex, UK: Wembley, Online Publications Ltd, 1985.
1983
Haves, Philip. SERI-RES: a Thermal Simulation Model for Passive Solar and Low Energy Buildings In Design methods for Passive Solar Buildings Conf. UK-ISES (C34)., 1983.
Haves, Philip. Selection and Sizing of Low Energy Cooling Systems for More Humid Climates In 2nd International Passive and Low Energy Architecture Conference. Crete, Greece, 1983.
Clark, Gene, Fred M. Loxsom, Philip Haves, and Earl S. Doderer. Results of Validated Simulations of Roof Pond Residences In 8th National Passive Solar Conference. Santa Fe, NM, 1983.
1982
Schutt, Brady, Gene Clark, Philip Haves, and M. Merino. Accuracy of a Simple Method of Estimating the Minimum Temperature of a Sealed Roof Pond In Annual Meeting of American Section of the International Solar Energy Society. Vol. 5. Houston, TX, 1982.
1981
Haines, R., Philip Haves, and D. Vollink. "Heat Loss Rates from Wetted Tilted Surfaces." In 1st International Passive and Hybrid Cooling Conference, November 6-16, 1981, edited by Arthur Bowen and Gene Clark. Passive Cooling. Miami Beach, FL: American Section of the International Solar Energy Society, 1981.
Loxsom, Fred M., Gene Clark, M. Merino, and Philip Haves. Measurement of Components of Heat Transfer in Passive Cooling Systems In 1st International Passive & Hybrid Cooling Conference. Miami, FL, 1981.
Haves, Philip. Simulated Performance of a Passively Cooled Residence with a Solar Regenerated Desiccant Dehumidifier In 1st International Passive & Hybrid Cooling Conference. Miami, FL, 1981.
1980
Speltz, J., and Philip Haves. The Thermal Benefits and Cost Effectiveness of Earth Berming In 5th National Passive Solar Conference. Vol. 5.1. Amherst, MA, 1980.
Haves, Philip, D. Bently, and Gene Clark. Heat Transfer in Passively Cooled Buildings In ASME/AIChE National Heat Transfer Conference. Orlando, FL, 1980.
1979
Haves, Philip. One Dimensional Representations of the Heat Flow Beneath a Building In US DOE Solar Energy Storage Options Conference. San Antonio, TX, 1979.
1976

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