His main research concerns Natural ventilation, Airflow, Passive cooling, Computational fluid dynamics and Windcatcher. His Natural ventilation research focuses on Evaporative cooler and how it connects with Thermal comfort. His biological study deals with issues like Wind speed, which deal with fields such as Simulation and Renewable energy.
His research integrates issues of Renewable heat, Heat recovery ventilation, Process engineering and Thermal energy in his study of Passive cooling. His work in Computational fluid dynamics tackles topics such as Wind tunnel which are related to areas like Tower and Structural engineering. The study of Meteorology and Ventilation are components of his Windcatcher research.
Ben Richard Hughes focuses on Computational fluid dynamics, Marine engineering, Natural ventilation, Ventilation and Thermal comfort. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wind power, Mechanical engineering, Wind speed, Meteorology and Structural engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Tower, Water cooling, Simulation, Heat transfer and Wind tunnel as well as Marine engineering.
His Natural ventilation research integrates issues from Heat pipe, Airflow, HVAC and Passive cooling. His work focuses on many connections between Ventilation and other disciplines, such as Heat recovery ventilation, that overlap with his field of interest in Thermal energy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Thermal control, Open plan, Architectural engineering and Air conditioning in addition to Thermal comfort.
Ben Richard Hughes mainly focuses on Energy consumption, HVAC, Artificial neural network, Thermal and Ventilation. Ben Richard Hughes has researched Energy consumption in several fields, including Building inspection, Efficient energy use and Industrial engineering. His Thermal research focuses on Stadium and how it relates to Aerospace engineering.
His Ventilation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Marine engineering and Airflow. His Marine engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Natural ventilation and Heat recovery ventilation. As a member of one scientific family, Ben Richard Hughes mostly works in the field of Windcatcher, focusing on Wind tunnel and, on occasion, Heat pipe.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermal comfort, Thermal energy, Ventilation, Marine engineering and Windcatcher. Ben Richard Hughes combines subjects such as Thermal, Building energy simulation, Mechanical engineering, Office chair and Open plan with his study of Thermal comfort. His Thermal energy research includes themes of Urban heat island and Heat recovery ventilation.
He has included themes like Airflow, Thermal wheel, Indoor air quality and Passive cooling in his Ventilation study. His work deals with themes such as Wind tunnel and Heat pipe, which intersect with Marine engineering.
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A review on phase change material (PCM) for sustainable passive cooling in building envelopes
Hussein J. Akeiber;Payam Nejat;Muhd Zaimi Abd Majid;Mazlan Abdul Wahid.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2016)
The development of commercial wind towers for natural ventilation: A review
Ben Richard Hughes;John Kaiser Calautit;Saud Abdul Ghani.
Applied Energy (2012)
A review of heat pipe systems for heat recovery and renewable energy applications
Hassam Nasarullah Chaudhry;Ben Richard Hughes;Saud Abdul Ghani.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2012)
Advances in Large-Scale Metrology – Review and future trends
R. H. Schmitt;M. Peterek;E. Morse;W. Knapp.
CIRP Annals (2016)
A review of sustainable cooling technologies in buildings
Ben Richard Hughes;Hassam Nasarullah Chaudhry;Saud Abdul Ghani.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2011)
A review of artificial neural network models for ambient air pollution prediction
Sheen Mclean Cabaneros;John Kaiser Calautit;Ben Richard Hughes.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2019)
A review on windcatcher for passive cooling and natural ventilation in buildings, Part 1: Indoor air quality and thermal comfort assessment
Fatemeh Jomehzadeh;Payam Nejat;John Kaiser Calautit;Mohd Badruddin Mohd Yusof.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2017)
Wind tunnel and CFD study of the natural ventilation performance of a commercial multi-directional wind tower
John Kaiser Calautit;Ben Richard Hughes.
Building and Environment (2014)
A study of wind and buoyancy driven flows through commercial wind towers
Ben Richard Hughes;Cheuk Ming Mak.
Energy and Buildings (2011)
Comparison between evaporative cooling and a heat pipe assisted thermal loop for a commercial wind tower in hot and dry climatic conditions
John Kaiser Calautit;Hassam Nasarullah Chaudhry;Ben Richard Hughes;Saud Abdul Ghani.
Applied Energy (2013)
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