Marcel Schweiker
TitleCited byYear
Comparison of theoretical and statistical models of air-conditioning-unit usage behaviour in a residential setting under Japanese climatic conditions
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Building and Environment 44 (10), 2137-2149, 2009
1382009
Verification of stochastic models of window opening behaviour for residential buildings
M Schweiker, F Haldi, M Shukuya, D Robinson
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 5 (1), 55-74, 2012
1372012
Does the occupant behavior match the energy concept of the building?–Analysis of a German naturally ventilated office building
K Schakib-Ekbatan, FZ Cakıcı, M Schweiker, A Wagner
Building and Environment 84, 142-150, 2015
772015
Development and validation of a methodology to challenge the adaptive comfort model
M Schweiker, S Brasche, W Bischof, M Hawighorst, K Voss, A Wagner
Building and Environment 49, 336-347, 2012
602012
Comparative effects of building envelope improvements and occupant behavioural changes on the exergy consumption for heating and cooling
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Energy Policy 38 (6), 2976-2986, 2010
532010
The effect of occupancy on perceived control, neutral temperature, and behavioral patterns
M Schweiker, A Wagner
Energy and Buildings 117, 246-259, 2016
492016
A framework for an adaptive thermal heat balance model (ATHB)
M Schweiker, A Wagner
Building and Environment 94, 252-262, 2015
472015
Challenging the assumptions for thermal sensation scales
M Schweiker, X Fuchs, S Becker, M Shukuya, M Dovjak, M Hawighorst, ...
Building Research & Information 45 (5), 572-589, 2017
422017
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
362018
Adaptive comfort from the viewpoint of human body exergy consumption
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Building and Environment 51, 351-360, 2012
332012
Presenting LOBSTER, an innovative climate chamber, and the analysis of the effect of a ceiling fan on the thermal sensation and performance under summer conditions in an office …
M Schweiker, S Brasche, M Hawighorst, W Bischof, A Wagner
Windsor Conference: Counting the Cost of Comfort in a Changing World 8, 2014
252014
The influence of personality traits on occupant behavioural patterns
M Schweiker, M Hawighorst, A Wagner
Energy and Buildings 131, 63-75, 2016
212016
Explaining the individual processes leading to adaptive comfort: Exploring physiological, behavioural and psychological reactions to thermal stimuli
M Schweiker, S Brasche, W Bischof, M Hawighorst, A Wagner
Journal of Building Physics 36 (4), 438-463, 2013
212013
Short-and long-term acclimatization in outdoor spaces: Exposure time, seasonal and heatwave adaptation effects
EL Krüger, CA Tamura, P Bröde, M Schweiker, A Wagner
Building and Environment 116, 17-29, 2017
162017
Investigation on the effectiveness of various methods of information dissemination aiming at a change of occupant behaviour related to thermal comfort and exergy consumption
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Energy policy 39 (1), 395-407, 2011
152011
Thermo-specific self-efficacy (specSE) in relation to perceived comfort and control
M Hawighorst, M Schweiker, A Wagner
Building and Environment 102, 193-206, 2016
142016
Occupant behaviour and the related reference levels for heating and cooling
M Schweiker
Tokyo City University, Japan, 2010
142010
Investigation on the relationship between occupants' individual difference and air-conditioning usage during nighttime in summer
M Schweiker, M Shukuya
Journal of Environmental Engineering(Transaction of AIJ) 73 (633), 1275-1282, 2008
142008
Unsteady-state human-body exergy consumption rate and its relation to subjective assessment of dynamic thermal environments
M Schweiker, J Kolarik, M Dovjak, M Shukuya
Energy and Buildings 116, 164-180, 2016
132016
Diversity in Thermal Sensation: drivers of variance and methodological artefacts
D Shipworth, G Huebner, M Schweiker, B Kingma
Proceedings of 9th Windsor conference: Making comfort relevant 9, 56-72, 2016
132016
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