Publications

Publications

Most publications by Energy Technologies Area 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 Area publications are represented here yet.

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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. Abstract
Selkowitz, Stephen E., Konstantinos M. Papamichael, and Michael Wilde. "A Concept for an Advanced Computer-Based Building Envelope Design Tool." In International Daylighting Conference Proceedings. Long Beach, CA, 1986. Abstract  Download: PDF (751.46 KB)
Selkowitz, Stephen E.. "High Performance Glazing Systems: Architectural Opportunities for the 21st Century." In Glass Processing Days 99 Conference. Tampere, Finland, 1999. Abstract  Download: PDF (43.41 KB)
Selkowitz, Stephen E., and Carl M. Lampert. "Application of Large-Area Chromogenics to Architectural Glazings." In Large Area Chromogenics: Materials and Devices for Transmittance Control., 1990. Abstract  Download: PDF (2.19 MB)
Selkowitz, Stephen E.. "The Elusive Challenge of Daylighted Buildings 25 Years Later." In Daylighting 98 Conference. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1998. Abstract  Download: PDF (15.65 KB)

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