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Mohammad Taleghani
Mohammad Taleghani
Senior Lecturer, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, UK
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Outdoor thermal comfort within five different urban forms in the Netherlands
M Taleghani, L Kleerekoper, M Tenpierik, A Van Den Dobbelsteen
Building and environment 83, 65-78, 2015
6652015
A review into thermal comfort in buildings
M Taleghani, M Tenpierik, S Kurvers, A Van Den Dobbelsteen
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 26, 201-215, 2013
4422013
Outdoor thermal comfort by different heat mitigation strategies-A review
M Taleghani
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 81, 2011-2018, 2018
3072018
Thermal assessment of heat mitigation strategies: The case of Portland State University, Oregon, USA
M Taleghani, DJ Sailor, M Tenpierik, A van den Dobbelsteen
Building and Environment 73, 138-150, 2014
1872014
The effect of pavement characteristics on pedestrians' thermal comfort in Toronto
M Taleghani, U Berardi
Urban climate 24, 449-459, 2018
1832018
Micrometeorological simulations to predict the impacts of heat mitigation strategies on pedestrian thermal comfort in a Los Angeles neighborhood
M Taleghani, D Sailor, GA Ban-Weiss
Environmental Research Letters 11 (2), 2016
1752016
Heat in courtyards: A validated and calibrated parametric study of heat mitigation strategies for urban courtyards in the Netherlands
M Taleghani, M Tenpierik, A van den Dobbelsteen, DJ Sailor
Solar Energy 103, 108-124, 2014
1712014
Evaluating the ENVI-met microscale model for suitability in analysis of targeted urban heat mitigation strategies
PJ Crank, DJ Sailor, G Ban-Weiss, M Taleghani
Urban climate 26, 188-197, 2018
1572018
Energy use impact of and thermal comfort in different urban block types in the Netherlands
M Taleghani, M Tenpierik, A Van Den Dobbelsteen, R De Dear
Energy and Buildings 67, 166-175, 2013
1132013
Development of outdoor thermal comfort model for tourists in urban historical areas; A case study in Isfahan
N Nasrollahi, Z Hatami, M Taleghani
Building and environment 125, 356-372, 2017
1122017
Energy performance and thermal comfort of courtyard/atrium dwellings in the Netherlands in the light of climate change
M Taleghani, M Tenpierik, A van den Dobbelsteen
Renewable Energy 63, 486-497, 2014
1122014
Numerical evaluation of thermal comfort in traditional courtyards to develop new microclimate design in a hot and dry climate
N Nasrollahi, M Hatami, SR Khastar, M Taleghani
Sustainable cities and society 35, 449-467, 2017
1112017
The impact of increasing urban surface albedo on outdoor summer thermal comfort within a university campus
M Taleghani
Urban Climate 24, 175-184, 2018
1012018
The role of sky view factor and urban street greenery in human thermal comfort and heat stress in a desert climate
AA Venhari, M Tenpierik, M Taleghani
Journal of Arid Environments 166, 68-76, 2019
922019
Environmental impact of courtyards—A review and comparison of residential courtyard buildings in different climates
M Taleghani, M Tenpierik, A van den Dobbelsteen
Journal of Green Building 7 (2), 113-136, 2012
892012
Heat mitigation strategies in winter and summer: Field measurements in temperate climates
M Taleghani, M Tenpierik, A van den Dobbelsteen, DJ Sailor
Building and environment 81, 309-319, 2014
812014
The effect of urban shading and canyon geometry on outdoor thermal comfort in hot climates: A case study of Ahvaz, Iran
N Nasrollahi, Y Namazi, M Taleghani
Sustainable Cities and Society 65, 102638, 2021
792021
Indoor thermal comfort in urban courtyard block dwellings in the Netherlands
M Taleghani, M Tenpierik, A van den Dobbelsteen
Building and Environment 82, 566-579, 2014
712014
Sustainability in architectural education: A comparison of Iran and Australia
M Taleghani, HR Ansari, P Jennings
Renewable energy 36 (7), 2021-2025, 2011
612011
Energy efficient architectural design strategies in hot-dry area of Iran: Kashan
KT Behbood, M Taleghani, S Heidari
Emirates Journal for Engineering Research 15 (2), 85-91, 2010
502010
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