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Simon Taylor
Simon Taylor
Honorary Associate Professor, University of Warwick
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
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Operational vs. embodied emissions in buildings—A review of current trends
T Ibn-Mohammed, R Greenough, S Taylor, L Ozawa-Meida, A Acquaye
Energy and Buildings 66, 232-245, 2013
6302013
The use of expanding spherical flames to determine burning velocities and stretch effects in hydrogen/air mixtures
DR Dowdy, DB Smith, SC Taylor, A Williams
Symposium (International) on Combustion 23 (1), 325-332, 1991
4551991
The use of carbon monoxide/hydrogen burning velocities to examine the rate of the CO + OH reaction
IC McLean, DB Smith, SC Taylor
Symposium (International) on Combustion 25 (1), 749-757, 1994
3051994
Burning velocity and the influence of flame stretch
SC Taylor
University of Leeds, 1991
2151991
Markstein lengths of CO/H2/air flames, using expanding spherical flames
MJ Brown, IC McLean, DB Smith, SC Taylor
Symposium (International) on Combustion 26 (1), 875-881, 1996
1551996
Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from UK hotels in 2030
S Taylor, A Peacock, P Banfill, L Shao
Building and Environment 45 (6), 1389-1400, 2010
1082010
Integrating economic considerations with operational and embodied emissions into a decision support system for the optimal ranking of building retrofit options
T Ibn-Mohammed, R Greenough, S Taylor, L Ozawa-Meida, A Acquaye
Building and Environment 72, 82-101, 2014
862014
Modelling the potential to achieve deep carbon emission cuts in existing UK social housing: The case of Peabody
A Reeves, S Taylor, P Fleming
Energy Policy 38 (8), 4241-4251, 2010
592010
The ranking of negative-cost emissions reduction measures
S Taylor
Energy Policy 48, 430-438, 2012
542012
The fall and rise of nuclear power in Britain: a history
S Taylor
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016
492016
Influence of uncertainties in rate constants on computed burning velocities
MJ Brown, DB Smith, SC Taylor
Combustion and flame 117 (3), 652-656, 1999
401999
The potential for bioenergy crops to contribute to meeting GB heat and electricity demands
S Wang, A Hastings, S Wang, G Sunnenberg, MJ Tallis, E Casella, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 6 (2), 136-141, 2014
342014
Mitigation potential and environmental impact of centralized versus distributed BECCS with domestic biomass production in Great Britain
F Albanito, A Hastings, N Fitton, M Richards, M Martin, N Mac Dowell, ...
GCB Bioenergy 11 (10), 1234-1252, 2019
312019
Enabling urban-scale energy modelling: a new spatial approach
S Taylor, D Fan, M Rylatt
Building Research & Information 42 (1), 4-16, 2014
272014
The carbon footprint of UK cities: 4M: Measurement, modelling, mapping and management.
KJ Lomas, MC Bell, SK Firth, KJ Gaston, P Goodman, JR Leake, ...
Sustainable city/developing world, 2010
27*2010
Spatial mapping of building energy demand in G reat B ritain
SC Taylor, SK Firth, C Wang, D Allinson, M Quddus, P Smith
GCB Bioenergy 6 (2), 123-135, 2014
262014
Demand reduction in the UK—with a focus on the non-domestic sector
D Toke, S Taylor
Energy Policy 35 (4), 2131-2140, 2007
202007
The impact of refurbishment on thermal comfort in post-war office buildings
÷ Duran, S Taylor, K Lomas
Energy Procedia 78, 877-882, 2015
192015
Multi-objective optimization for a large scale retrofit program for the housing stock in the North East of England
M He, A Brownlee, T Lee, J Wright, S Taylor
Energy Procedia 78, 854-859, 2015
192015
Characterising space use and electricity consumption in non-domestic buildings
R Liddiard, S Taylor, M Rylatt
IESD PhD Conference: Energy and Sustainable Development. Institute of Energy†…, 2010
152010
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