Madhavi INDRAGANTI
Madhavi INDRAGANTI
Assistant Professor + Fulbright Scholar, Qatar University
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Effect of age, gender, economic group and tenure on thermal comfort: A field study in residential buildings in hot and dry climate with seasonal variations
M Indraganti, KD Rao
Energy and buildings 42 (3), 273-281, 2010
2642010
Adaptive model of thermal comfort for offices in hot and humid climates of India
M Indraganti, R Ooka, HB Rijal, GS Brager
Building and Environment 74, 39-53, 2014
1992014
Thermal comfort in naturally ventilated apartments in summer: Findings from a field study in Hyderabad, India
M Indraganti
Applied Energy 87 (3), 866-883, 2010
1582010
Development of the ASHRAE global thermal comfort database II
VF Ličina, T Cheung, H Zhang, R De Dear, T Parkinson, E Arens, C Chun, ...
Building and Environment 142, 502-512, 2018
1392018
Using the adaptive model of thermal comfort for obtaining indoor neutral temperature: findings from a field study in Hyderabad, India
M Indraganti
Building and environment 45 (3), 519-536, 2010
1292010
Thermal comfort in offices in summer: Findings from a field study under the ‘setsuden’conditions in Tokyo, Japan
M Indraganti, R Ooka, HB Rijal
Building and Environment 61, 114-132, 2013
1242013
Adaptive use of natural ventilation for thermal comfort in Indian apartments
M Indraganti
Building and environment 45 (6), 1490-1507, 2010
1222010
Thermal comfort in offices in India: Behavioral adaptation and the effect of age and gender
RHB Indraganti. M, Ooka. R
Energy and Buildings 103, 284-295, 2015
1192015
Behavioural adaptation and the use of environmental controls in summer for thermal comfort in apartments in India
M Indraganti
Energy and buildings 42 (7), 1019-1025, 2010
1002010
Field investigation of comfort temperature in Indian office buildings: a case of Chennai and Hyderabad
M Indraganti, R Ooka, HB Rijal
Building and Environment 65, 195-214, 2013
722013
Thermal comfort in apartments in India: Adaptive use of environmental controls and hindrances
M Indraganti
Renewable energy 36 (4), 1182-1189, 2011
702011
Study on adaptive thermal comfort in Japanese offices under various operation modes
M Takasu, R Ooka, HB Rijal, M Indraganti, MK Singh
Building and Environment 118, 273-288, 2017
472017
Understanding the climate sensitive architecture of Marikal, a village in Telangana region in Andhra Pradesh, India
M Indraganti
Building and Environment 45 (12), 2709-2722, 2010
422010
An adaptive relationship of thermal comfort for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries: The case of offices in Qatar
M Indraganti, D Boussaa
Energy and Buildings 159, 201-212, 2018
312018
Comfort temperature and occupant adaptive behavior in offices in Qatar during summer
M Indraganti, D Boussaa
Energy and Buildings 150, 23-36, 2017
282017
Field survey of the thermal comfort, quality of sleep and typical occupant behaviour in the bedrooms of Japanese houses during the hot and humid season
H Imagawa, HB Rijal
Architectural Science Review 58 (1), 11-23, 2015
262015
Thermal adaptation and insulation opportunities provided by different drapes of Indian saris
M Indraganti, J Lee, H Zhang, EA Arens
Architectural Science Review 58 (1), 87-92, 2015
222015
A method to estimate the heating and cooling degree-days for different climatic zones of Saudi Arabia
M Indraganti, D Boussaa
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 38 (3), 327-350, 2017
202017
Building energy model calibration using automated optimization-based algorithm
S Asadi, E Mostavi, D Boussaa, M Indraganti
Energy and Buildings 198, 106-114, 2019
192019
Significance of air movement for thermal comfort in warm climates: a discussion in Indian context
M Indraganti, R Ooka, H Rijal
Actes du congrès du Network on Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings «The …, 2012
182012
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