Sanyogita Manu
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Field studies of thermal comfort across multiple climate zones for the subcontinent: India Model for Adaptive Comfort (IMAC)
S Manu, Y Shukla, R Rawal, LE Thomas, R De Dear
Building and Environment 98, 55-70, 2016
2142016
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
1492018
Performance evaluation of climate responsive buildings in India-Case studies from cooling dominated climate zones
S Manu, G Brager, R Rawal, A Geronazzo, D Kumar
Building and Environment 148, 136-156, 2019
212019
Assessment of air velocity preferences and satisfaction for naturally ventilated office buildings in India
S Manu, Y Shukla, R Rawal, LE Thomas, R de Dear, M Dave, M Vakharia
Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) Annual International Conference, 2014
182014
Customized performance evaluation approach for Indian green buildings
R Gupta, M Gregg, S Manu, P Vaidya, M Dixit
Building Research & Information 47 (1), 56-74, 2019
162019
An initial parametric evaluation of the impact of the energy conservation building code of India on commercial building sector
S Manu, J Wong, R Rawal, P Thomas, S Kumar, A Deshmukh
Proc. Building Simulation 2011: 12th Conf. Int. Building Performance …, 2011
162011
Total commercial floor space estimates for India
S Kumar, R Kapoor, A Deshmukh, M Kamath, S Manu
Energy Conservation and Commercialization (ECO-III), India, 2010
132010
A study of indoor thermal parameters for naturally ventilated occupied buildings in the warm-humid climate of southern India
M Doctor-Pingel, V Vardhan, S Manu, G Brager, R Rawal
Building and Environment 151, 1-14, 2019
122019
Making sense of building data: New analysis methods for understanding indoor climate
A Geronazzo, G Brager, S Manu
Building and Environment 128, 260-271, 2018
122018
Architectural curriculum enhancement for promoting sustainable built environment in India
S Manu, A Bajpai, S Kumar, S Narayan, A Tulsyan, R Rawal
Proceedings of the ACEEE, 10-196, 2012
92012
Sizing natural ventilation systems for cooling: The potential of NV systems to deliver thermal comfort while reducing energy demands of multi-storey residential buildings in India.
L De Faria, M Cook, D Loveday, C Angelopoulos, S Manu, Y Shukla
Loughborough University, 2018
52018
Impact of Window Design Variants on Lighting and Cooling Loads: Clues for Revisiting Local Building Regulations
S Manu, R Rawal
42009
Clothing insulation as a behavioural adaptation for thermal comfort in Indian office buildings
R Rawal, S Manu, Y Shukla, LE Thomas, R de Dear
Proc. 9th Wind. Conf. Mak. Comf. Relev, 2016
32016
Occupant Feedback in Energy-Conscious and ‘Business as Usual’Buildings in India
A Honnekeri, G Brager, S Manu, R Rawal
30th International Plea Conference. Ahmedabad, 16-18, 2014
32014
Determining the Trade-offs between Thermal Comfort and Cooling Consumption in Indian Office Buildings
K Ghawghawe, S Manu, Y Shukla
PLEA Ahmedabad, 1-8, 2014
32014
ECOnirman & third party asssessors: Innovative approaches to energy code compliance and enforcement in India
R Rawal, P Vaidya, V Ghatti, S Manu, S Chandiwala
The ECEEE Summer Study Proceedings, 2013
32013
Occupant feedback in air conditioned and mixed-mode office buildings in India
S Manu, C Patel, R Rawal, G Brager
Proc. 9th Wind. Conf. Mak. Comf. Relev., 306-319, 2016
22016
An introduction to the India model for adaptive (thermal) comfort
S Manu, Y SHukla, R Rawal, R de Dear, L Thomas
IMAC2014, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, 2014
22014
Assessing the impact of control algorithms in direct evaporative cooling systems in mixed-mode buildings
C Angelopoulos, M Cook, Y Shukla, E Spentzou, R Rawal, ...
Loughborough University, 2019
12019
Deployment of energy simulation for design of voluntary window labeling program in india
R Rawal, S Didwania, Y Shukla, S Manu, P Panchal
Proceeding of BS2013: 13 th Conference of International Building Performance …, 2013
12013
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