Matthew Eames
Matthew Eames
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Near infrared optical tomography using NIRFAST: Algorithm for numerical model and image reconstruction
H Dehghani, ME Eames, PK Yalavarthy, SC Davis, S Srinivasan, ...
Communications in numerical methods in engineering 25 (6), 711-732, 2009
6622009
On the creation of future probabilistic design weather years from UKCP09
M Eames, T Kershaw, D Coley
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 32 (2), 127-142, 2011
2002011
Lumped parameter models for building thermal modelling: An analytic approach to simplifying complex multi-layered constructions
AP Ramallo-González, ME Eames, DA Coley
Energy and Buildings 60, 174-184, 2013
1022013
A comparison of structural and behavioural adaptations to future proofing buildings against higher temperatures
D Coley, T Kershaw, M Eames
Building and Environment 55, 159-166, 2012
772012
A review of current and future weather data for building simulation
M Herrera, S Natarajan, DA Coley, T Kershaw, AP Ramallo-González, ...
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 38 (5), 602-627, 2017
762017
Assessing the risk of climate change for buildings: A comparison between multi-year and probabilistic reference year simulations
T Kershaw, M Eames, D Coley
Building and Environment 46 (6), 1303-1308, 2011
742011
Estimation of the urban heat island for UK climate change projections
T Kershaw, M Sanderson, D Coley, M Eames
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 31 (3), 251-263, 2010
692010
Wavelength band optimization in spectral near-infrared optical tomography improves accuracy while reducing data acquisition and computational burden
ME Eames, J Wang, BW Pogue, H Dehghani
Journal of biomedical optics 13 (5), 054037, 2008
532008
Comparison of multi-year and reference year building simulations
T Kershaw, M Eames, D Coley
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 31 (4), 357-369, 2010
482010
An update of the UK’s test reference year: The implications of a revised climate on building design
ME Eames, AP Ramallo-Gonzalez, MJ Wood
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 37 (3), 316-333, 2016
392016
An update of the UK’s design summer years: Probabilistic design summer years for enhanced overheating risk analysis in building design
ME Eames
Building services engineering research and technology 37 (5), 503-522, 2016
342016
The appropriate spatial resolution of future weather files for building simulation
M Eames, T Kershaw, D Coley
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 5 (6), 347-358, 2012
312012
Limitations of the CIBSE design summer year approach for delivering representative near-extreme summer weather conditions
MF Jentsch, GJ Levermore, JB Parkinson, ME Eames
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 35 (2), 155-169, 2014
302014
Generating near-extreme Summer Reference Years for building performance simulation
MF Jentsch, ME Eames, GJ Levermore
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 36 (6), 701-727, 2015
282015
An efficient Jacobian reduction method for diffuse optical image reconstruction
ME Eames, BW Pogue, PK Yalavarthy, H Dehghani
Optics express 15 (24), 15908-15919, 2007
282007
The creation of wind speed and direction data for the use in probabilistic future weather files
M Eames, T Kershaw, D Coley
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 32 (2), 143-158, 2011
252011
Robust rainwater harvesting: probabilistic tank sizing for climate change adaptation
D Lash, S Ward, T Kershaw, D Butler, M Eames
Journal of water and climate change 5 (4), 526-539, 2014
222014
Future probabilistic hot summer years for overheating risk assessments
C Liu, T Kershaw, ME Eames, DA Coley
Building and Environment 105, 56-68, 2016
182016
Wavelength dependence of sensitivity in spectral diffuse optical imaging: effect of normalization on image reconstruction
ME Eames, H Dehghani
Optics express 16 (22), 17780-17791, 2008
182008
CIBSE weather files 2016 release: technical briefing and testing
D Virk, M Eames
CIBSE, London, 2016
152016
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