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Carbonation in stabilised peat: an accelerated pilot study
(ICE Institution of Civil Engineers, 2015)
Due to stringent environmental regulations, embodied carbon estimates are being used increasingly to assess the environmental impact of major building and infrastructure projects, including their geotechnical components. ...
Development of a global energy management system (GEMS) for the life sciences industry
(NUI Galway, 2015-08)
For multi-national companies, assessment of cost effective energy efficiency projects across a global site base is a complex problem involving multiple variables. This research project proposes a novel methodology for ...
Real-time control of occupants thermal comfort in buildings
(International Building Performance Simulation Association, 2015-12-07)
Providing satisfactory indoor environmental conditions, air quality and thermal comfort through adequate ventilation is crucial in maintaining safe, healthy and comfortable buildings. Since, heating, ventilation and air ...
Development of a global energy management system for the life sciences industry: an energy management maturity model implementation
(NUI Galway, 2015-11)
The Global Energy Management System (GEMS) research project proposes a novel methodology for assessing capital energy-efficiency projects at a global level. The paper scope covers the systematic development and implementation ...