Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg
TitleCited byYear
Revealing occupancy patterns in an office building through the use of occupancy sensor data
C Duarte, K Van Den Wymelenberg, C Rieger
Energy and buildings 67, 587-595, 2013
1592013
Patterns of occupant interaction with window blinds: A literature review
K Van Den Wymelenberg
Energy and Buildings 51, 165-176, 2012
1442012
The effect of luminance distribution patterns on occupant preference in a daylit office environment
K Van Den Wymelenberg, M Inanici, P Johnson
Leukos 7 (2), 103-122, 2010
115*2010
A critical investigation of common lighting design metrics for predicting human visual comfort in offices with daylight
K Van Den Wymelenberg, M Inanici
Leukos 10 (3), 145-164, 2014
982014
The effect of luminance distribution patterns on occupant preference in a daylit office environment
K Van Den Wymelenberg, M Inanici, P Johnson
Leukos 7 (2), 103-122, 2010
932010
Oversizing of HVAC system: signatures and penalties
E Djunaedy, K Van den Wymelenberg, B Acker, H Thimmana
Energy and Buildings 43 (2-3), 468-475, 2011
652011
Understanding controls, behaviors and satisfaction in the daylit perimeter office: a daylight design case study
J Day, J Theodorson, K Van Den Wymelenberg
Journal of Interior Design 37 (1), 17-34, 2012
372012
Visual comfort, discomfort glare, and occupant fenestration control: developing a research agenda
KG Van Den Wymelenberg
Leukos 10 (4), 207-221, 2014
362014
Evaluating a new suite of luminance-based design metrics for predicting human visual comfort in offices with daylight
K Van Den Wymelenberg, M Inanici
Leukos 12 (3), 113-138, 2016
292016
Evaluating human visual preference and performance in an office environment using luminance-based metrics
KG Van Den Wymelenberg
University of Washington, 2012
242012
Facing the challenges of integrated design and project delivery
AJ Hellmund, KG Van Den Wymelenberg, K Baker
Energy Engineering 105 (6), 36-47, 2008
242008
Influence of spectral power distribution on scene brightness at different light levels
JD Bullough, LC Radetsky, UC Besenecker, MS Rea
Leukos 10 (1), 3-9, 2014
202014
Daylighting and integrated lighting design
C Meek, K Van Den Wymelenberg
Routledge, 2014
172014
Towards an integrated framework for predicting visual comfort conditions from luminance-based metrics in perimeter daylit spaces
JA Jakubiec, CF Reinhart, K Van Den Wymelenberg
Building Simulation 2015, 1189-1196, 2015
152015
Annual energy and daylight impacts of three manual blind control algorithms
A Nezamdoost, A Mahic, K Van Den Wymelenberg
2014 IES Annual Conference Proceedings. Pittsburg, PA, 2014
152014
Daylit area revisited: A comparative sensitivity study of daylit area drawings with daylight results from point-in-time and annual simulations
A Nezamdoost, KG Van Den Wymelenberg
2015 IES Annual Conference Proceedings. Indianapolis, IN, 2015
142015
Comparing whole building energy implications of sidelighting systems with alternate manual blind control algorithms
C Dyke, K Van Den Wymelenberg, E Djunaedy, J Steciak
Buildings 5 (2), 467-496, 2015
142015
Accurate measurement of daylit interior scenes using high dynamic range photography
JA Jakubiec, K Van Den Wymelenberg, M Inanici, A Mahic
Proceedings of the CIE 2016 Lighting Quality and Energy Efficiency Conference, 2016
122016
Annual daylight performance metrics
L Heschong, KG Van Den Wymelenberg
Building synapses: connections in lighting. Minneapolis (MN), 11-13, 2012
122012
A pilot daylighting field study: testing the usefulness of laboratory-derived luminance-based metrics for building design and control
A Mahić, K Galicinao, K Van Den Wymelenberg
Building and Environment 113, 78-91, 2017
112017
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