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Shen Wei
Shen Wei
Associate Professor in Building Services Engineering at UCL
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Driving factors for occupant-controlled space heating in residential buildings
S Wei, R Jones, P De Wilde
Energy and Buildings 70, 36-44, 2014
2432014
Developing window behavior models for residential buildings using XGBoost algorithm
H Mo, H Sun, J Liu, S Wei
Energy and Buildings 205, 109564, 2019
1272019
A study on influential factors of occupant window-opening behavior in an office building in China
S Pan, Y Xiong, Y Han, X Zhang, L Xia, S Wei, J Wu, M Han
Building and environment 133, 41-50, 2018
1132018
Thermal performance of an active-passive ventilation wall with phase change material in solar greenhouses
C Chen, H Ling, ZJ Zhai, Y Li, F Yang, F Han, S Wei
Applied energy 216, 602-612, 2018
1062018
Effects of indoor humidity on building occupants’ thermal comfort and evidence in terms of climate adaptation
D Kong, H Liu, Y Wu, B Li, S Wei, M Yuan
Building and Environment 155, 298-307, 2019
1012019
Identifying informative energy data in Bayesian calibration of building energy models
W Tian, S Yang, Z Li, S Wei, W Pan, Y Liu
Energy and Buildings 119, 363-376, 2016
992016
A review on applications of shape-stabilized phase change materials embedded in building enclosure in recent ten years
N Zhu, S Li, P Hu, S Wei, R Deng, F Lei
Sustainable cities and society 43, 251-264, 2018
912018
A computational model to determine the optimal orientation for solar greenhouses located at different latitudes in China
C Chen, Y Li, N Li, S Wei, F Yang, H Ling, N Yu, F Han
Solar Energy 165, 19-26, 2018
862018
Effect of phase change materials on indoor thermal environment under different weather conditions and over a long time
H Ling, C Chen, S Wei, Y Guan, C Ma, G Xie, N Li, Z Chen
Applied Energy 140, 329-337, 2015
842015
A model based on Gauss Distribution for predicting window behavior in building
S Pan, Y Han, S Wei, Y Wei, L Xia, L Xie, X Kong, W Yu
Building and Environment 149, 210-219, 2019
712019
Ventilation behavior in residential buildings with mechanical ventilation systems across different climate zones in China
D Lai, Y Qi, J Liu, X Dai, L Zhao, S Wei
Building and Environment 143, 679-690, 2018
642018
Utilization of mineral wool waste and waste glass for synthesis of foam glass at low temperature
R Ji, Y Zheng, Z Zou, Z Chen, S Wei, X Jin, M Zhang
Construction and building materials 215, 623-632, 2019
582019
A review on available energy saving strategies for heating, ventilation and air conditioning in underground metro stations
Y Yu, S You, H Zhang, T Ye, Y Wang, S Wei
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 141, 110788, 2021
552021
Active heat storage characteristics of active–passive triple wall with phase change material
H Ling, C Chen, Y Guan, S Wei, Z Chen, N Li
Solar Energy 110, 276-285, 2014
552014
Factors affecting ‘end-of-day’window position in a non-air-conditioned office building
S Wei, R Buswell, D Loveday
Energy and Buildings 62, 87-96, 2013
532013
A review on recent development of cooling technologies for photovoltaic modules
C Zhang, C Shen, S Wei, Y Wang, G Lv, C Sun
Journal of Thermal Science 29, 1410-1430, 2020
522020
Mathematical modeling and performance analysis of a solar air collector with slit-perforated corrugated plate
H Zhang, X Ma, S You, Y Wang, X Zheng, T Ye, W Zheng, S Wei
Solar Energy 167, 147-157, 2018
522018
Energy waste in buildings due to occupant behaviour
S Pan, X Wang, S Wei, C Xu, X Zhang, J Xie, J Tindall, P De Wilde
Energy Procedia 105, 2233-2238, 2017
472017
Effectiveness of using phase change materials on reducing summer overheating issues in UK residential buildings with identification of influential factors
M Auzeby, S Wei, C Underwood, J Tindall, C Chen, H Ling, R Buswell
Energies 9 (8), 605, 2016
472016
Indicators evaluating thermal inertia performance of envelops with phase change material
H Ling, C Chen, H Qin, S Wei, J Lin, N Li, M Zhang, N Yu, Y Li
Energy and Buildings 122, 175-184, 2016
472016
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