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Carbon footprint analysis of student behavior for a sustainable university campus in China
X Li, H Tan, A Rackes
Journal of cleaner production 106, 97-108, 2015
1512015
Using multiobjective optimizations to discover dynamic building ventilation strategies that can improve indoor air quality and reduce energy use
A Rackes, MS Waring
Energy and Buildings 75, 272-280, 2014
822014
Naturally comfortable and sustainable: Informed design guidance and performance labeling for passive commercial buildings in hot climates
A Rackes, AP Melo, R Lamberts
Applied Energy 174, 256-274, 2016
752016
Modeling impacts of dynamic ventilation strategies on indoor air quality of offices in six US cities
A Rackes, MS Waring
Building and Environment 60, 243-253, 2013
732013
Alternative ventilation strategies in US offices: Saving energy while enhancing work performance, reducing absenteeism, and considering outdoor pollutant exposure tradeoffs
T Ben-David, A Rackes, MS Waring
Building and Environment 116, 140-157, 2017
512017
Alternative ventilation strategies in US offices: Comprehensive assessment and sensitivity analysis of energy saving potential
A Rackes, MS Waring
Building and Environment 116, 30-44, 2017
382017
Do time‐averaged, whole‐building, effective volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions depend on the air exchange rate? A statistical analysis of trends for 46 VOC s in US offices
A Rackes, MS Waring
Indoor air 26 (4), 642-659, 2016
372016
Perceptions in the US building industry of the benefits and costs of improving indoor air quality
M Hamilton, A Rackes, PL Gurian, MS Waring
Indoor air 26 (2), 318-330, 2016
372016
Sensor networks for routine indoor air quality monitoring in buildings: Impacts of placement, accuracy, and number of sensors
A Rackes, T Ben-David, MS Waring
Science and Technology for the Built Environment 24 (2), 188-197, 2018
262018
Optimizing ventilation: Theoretical study on increasing rates in offices to maximize occupant productivity with constrained additional energy use
T Ben-David, A Rackes, LJ Lo, J Wen, MS Waring
Building and Environment 166, 106314, 2019
252019
Measuring the efficacy of HVAC particle filtration over a range of ventilation rates in an office building
T Ben-David, S Wang, A Rackes, MS Waring
Building and Environment 144, 648-656, 2018
182018
Simplified daily models for estimating energy consumption impacts of changing office building ventilation rates
T Ben-David, A Rackes, MS Waring
Building and Environment 127, 250-255, 2018
92018
Avaliação do potencial de conforto térmico em escolas naturalmente ventiladas
A Rackes, RW FONSECA, EO BECK, VA Scalco, GD Palladini, ...
ENCONTRO NACIONAL DE CONFORTO NO AMBIENTE CONSTRUÍDO 13, 2015
92015
Outcome‐based ventilation: A framework for assessing performance, health, and energy impacts to inform office building ventilation decisions
A Rackes, T Ben‐David, MS Waring
Indoor Air 28 (4), 585-603, 2018
72018
Do time-averaged, whole-building, effective VOC emissions depend on the air exchange rate? A statistical analysis of trends for 46 VOCs in US offices
A Rackes, MS Waring
Indoor Air, 1-30, 2015
52015
Investigation of multiple indoor air quality and energy use tradeoffs to inform the development of next-generation ventilation strategies for office buildings
AE Rackes
Drexel University, 2017
12017
Optimal real-time outcome-based ventilation rate control for buildings
AE Rackes, MS Waring, TB David
US Patent 11,371,736, 2022
2022
ANÁLISE DA PRECISÃO DE METAMODELO DESENVOLVIDO PARA A AVALIAÇÃO DE EDIFÍCIOS VENTILADOS NATURALMENTE
M Olinger, AP Melo, A Rackes, R Lamberts
Do building industry professionals and stakeholders believe what IAQ experts think is true?
A Rackes, M Hamilton, PL Gurian, MS Waring
STATISTICAL MODELS OF WHOLE-BUILDING VOLATILE ORGANIC COM-POUND EMISSION RATES IN US OFFICES
A RACKES, BEND Tom, MS WARING
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