Dr John Kaiser Calautit
Dr John Kaiser Calautit
Assistant Professor in Building Engineering, University of Nottingham
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A review on phase change material (PCM) for sustainable passive cooling in building envelopes
H Akeiber, P Nejat, MZA Majid, MA Wahid, F Jomehzadeh, IZ Famileh, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 60, 1470-1497, 2016
4412016
A review of the applications of phase change materials in cooling, heating and power generation in different temperature ranges
K Du, J Calautit, Z Wang, Y Wu, H Liu
Applied energy 220, 242-273, 2018
2242018
The development of commercial wind towers for natural ventilation: A review
BR Hughes, JK Calautit, SA Ghani
Applied energy 92, 606-627, 2012
2222012
A review on windcatcher for passive cooling and natural ventilation in buildings, Part 1: Indoor air quality and thermal comfort assessment
F Jomehzadeh, P Nejat, JK Calautit, MBM Yusof, SA Zaki, BR Hughes, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 70, 736-756, 2017
1082017
Comparison between evaporative cooling and a heat pipe assisted thermal loop for a commercial wind tower in hot and dry climatic conditions
JK Calautit, HN Chaudhry, BR Hughes, SA Ghani
Applied Energy 101, 740-755, 2013
1082013
Wind tunnel and CFD study of the natural ventilation performance of a commercial multi-directional wind tower
JK Calautit, BR Hughes
Building and Environment 80, 71-83, 2014
1072014
CFD analysis of a heat transfer device integrated wind tower system for hot and dry climate
JK Calautit, BR Hughes, HN Chaudhry, SA Ghani
Applied energy 112, 576-591, 2013
862013
A review of heat recovery technology for passive ventilation applications
D O’Connor, JKS Calautit, BR Hughes
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 54, 1481-1493, 2016
822016
Evaluation of airflow and thermal comfort in buildings ventilated with wind catchers: Simulation of conditions in Yazd City, Iran
SH Hosseini, E Shokry, AJA Hosseini, G Ahmadi, JK Calautit
Energy for Sustainable Development 35, 7-24, 2016
81*2016
Passive energy recovery from natural ventilation air streams
BR Hughes, HN Chaudhry, JK Calautit
Applied Energy 113, 127-140, 2014
792014
A validated design methodology for a closed-loop subsonic wind tunnel
JK Calautit, HN Chaudhry, BR Hughes, LF Sim
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 125, 180-194, 2014
782014
Measurement and prediction of the indoor airflow in a room ventilated with a commercial wind tower
JK Calautit, BR Hughes
Energy and Buildings 84, 367-377, 2014
762014
A review of artificial neural network models for ambient air pollution prediction
SM Cabaneros, JK Calautit, BR Hughes
Environmental Modelling & Software 119, 285-304, 2019
672019
A review of solar driven absorption cooling with photovoltaic thermal systems
M Alobaid, B Hughes, JK Calautit, D O’Connor, A Heyes
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 76, 728-742, 2017
672017
Determining the optimum spacing and arrangement for commercial wind towers for ventilation performance
JK Calautit, D O'Connor, BR Hughes
Building and environment 82, 274-287, 2014
642014
A numerical investigation into the feasibility of integrating green building technologies into row houses in the Middle East
JK Calautit, BR Hughes, SA Ghani
Architectural Science Review 56 (4), 279-296, 2013
522013
CFD and wind tunnel study of the performance of a uni-directional wind catcher with heat transfer devices
JK Calautit, BR Hughes, SS Shahzad
Renewable Energy 83, 85-99, 2015
512015
A study of passive ventilation integrated with heat recovery
D O’Connor, JK Calautit, BR Hughes
Energy and Buildings 82, 799-811, 2014
512014
A novel design of a desiccant rotary wheel for passive ventilation applications
D O’Connor, JK Calautit, BR Hughes
Applied Energy 179, 99-109, 2016
492016
A review of sustainable solar irrigation systems for Sub-Saharan Africa
SM Wazed, BR Hughes, D O’Connor, JK Calautit
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 81, 1206-1225, 2018
472018
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