Hom Bahadur Rijal
Hom Bahadur Rijal
Tokyo City University, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Research Professor, PhD
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Using results from field surveys to predict the effect of open windows on thermal comfort and energy use in buildings
HB Rijal, P Tuohy, MA Humphreys, JF Nicol, A Samuel, J Clarke
Energy and buildings 39 (7), 823-836, 2007
Updating the adaptive relation between climate and comfort indoors; new insights and an extended database
MA Humphreys, HB Rijal, JF Nicol
Building and environment 63, 40-55, 2013
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
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
Field study on adaptive thermal comfort in office buildings in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Japan during hot and humid season
SA Damiati, SA Zaki, HB Rijal, S Wonorahardjo
Building and Environment 109, 208-223, 2016
Development of an adaptive window-opening algorithm to predict the thermal comfort, energy use and overheating in buildings
HB Rijal, P Tuohy, F Nicol, MA Humphreys, A Samuel, J Clarke
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 1 (1), 17-30, 2008
Seasonal and regional differences in neutral temperatures in Nepalese traditional vernacular houses
HB Rijal, H Yoshida, N Umemiya
Building and Environment 45 (12), 2743-2753, 2010
Thermal comfort in offices in India: Behavioral adaptation and the effect of age and gender
M Indraganti, R Ooka, HB Rijal
Energy and Buildings 103, 284-295, 2015
Development of adaptive algorithms for the operation of windows, fans, and doors to predict thermal comfort and energy use in Pakistani buildings
HB Rijal, P Tuohy, MA Humphreys, JF Nicol, A Samuel, IA Raja, J Clarke
American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers …, 2008
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
Adaptive thermal comfort in university classrooms in Malaysia and Japan
SA Zaki, SA Damiati, HB Rijal, A Hagishima, A Abd Razak
Building and Environment 122, 294-306, 2017
Thermal comfort and occupant adaptive behaviour in Japanese university buildings with free running and cooling mode offices during summer
MS Mustapa, SA Zaki, HB Rijal, A Hagishima, MSM Ali
Building and Environment 105, 332-342, 2016
Towards an adaptive model for thermal comfort in Japanese offices
HB Rijal, MA Humphreys, JF Nicol
Building Research & Information 45 (7), 717-729, 2017
Investigation of comfort temperature, adaptive model and the window-opening behaviour in Japanese houses
HB Rijal, M Honjo, R Kobayashi, T Nakaya
Architectural Science Review 56 (1), 54-69, 2013
Developing occupancy feedback from a prototype to improve housing production
F Stevenson, HB Rijal
Building Research & Information 38 (5), 549-563, 2010
Progress in thermal comfort studies in classrooms over last 50 years and way forward
MK Singh, R Ooka, HB Rijal, S Kumar, A Kumar, S Mahapatra
Energy and Buildings 188, 149-174, 2019
Understanding occupant behaviour: the use of controls in mixed-mode office buildings
HB Rijal, MA Humphreys, JF Nicol
Building Research & Information 37 (4), 381-396, 2009
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
Status of thermal comfort in naturally ventilated classrooms during the summer season in the composite climate of India
MK Singh, S Kumar, R Ooka, HB Rijal, G Gupta, A Kumar
Building and Environment 128, 287-304, 2018
Adaptive thermal comfort in Japanese houses during the summer season: behavioral adaptation and the effect of humidity
HB Rijal, M Humphreys, F Nicol
Buildings 5 (3), 1037-1054, 2015
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