Pro-Green Diploma prgr 633 Renewable Energy Systems and Energy Efficiency in Buildings


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PRGR-633
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References

 A. Makhoul, K. Ghali and N. Ghaddar, The Energy Saving Potential and the Associated Thermal Comfort of Displacement Ventilation Systems Assisted by Personalized Ventilation, Indoor and
Built Environment 2013, 22(3):508-519.
 A. Makhoul, K. Ghali and N. Ghaddar, Thermal comfort and energy performance of a low-mixing ceiling-mounted personalized ventilator system, Building and Environment 2013, 60: 126-136.
 A. Makhoul, K. Ghali and N. Ghaddar, Low-mixing coaxial nozzle for effective personalized ventilation, accepted for publication in Indoor and Built Environment (October 2013), doi: X
 B. Yassine, K. Ghali, N. Ghaddar, G. Chehab and I. Srour, Effectiveness of the earth tube heat exchanger system coupled to a space model in achieving thermal comfort in rural areas, Int.
Journal of Sustainable Energy 2014, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14786451.2012.762776
 M. Ibrahim, N. Ghaddar and K. Ghali, Optimal location and thickness of insulation layers for minimizing building energy consumption, Journal of Building Performance Simulation 2012, 5(6):
34-398.
 M. Hammoud, K. Ghali and N. Ghaddar, The Optimized Operation of a Solar Hybrid
Desiccant/Displacement Ventilation Combined with a Personalized Evaporative Cooler,
International journal of Green Energy 2014, 11(2): 141-160.
 M. El Hourani, K. Ghali and N. Ghaddar, Effective desiccant dehumidification system with two- stage evaporative cooling for hot and humid climates, Energy and Buildings 2014, 68:329-338.
 R. Farhat, W. Chakroun, K. Ghali and N. Ghaddar, Potential of solar applications in residential buildings in the Gulf countries, 11th international Energy Conversion Engineering Conference
2013, California, USA.
 S. Makarem, K. Ghali and N. Ghaddar, A combined photovoltaic-thermal (PVT) panel to minimize the electrical and air conditioning energy consumption of atypical office in Beirut,
11th international Energy Conversion Engineering Conference 2013, California, USA.
Technical Requirements
 The students are expected to have the following technical skills o Advanced computer skills o MATLAB o Visual DOE 4.0 or any other Energy Analysis Software

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