His primary areas of study are Thermal comfort, Meteorology, Mean radiant temperature, Urban climate and Digital elevation model. In his study, Overcast, Wind speed and Atmospheric temperature is inextricably linked to Bioclimatology, which falls within the broad field of Thermal comfort. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sky and Urban area in addition to Urban climate.
His research in Digital elevation model intersects with topics in Elevation, Longwave, Shadow, Shortwave radiation and Vegetation. His Shortwave radiation research incorporates themes from Shortwave and Atmospheric sciences. His studies deal with areas such as Daytime, Geometry and Climate change, Global change as well as Climatology.
His primary scientific interests are in Meteorology, Mean radiant temperature, Urban climate, Atmospheric sciences and Thermal comfort. His work in the fields of Meteorology, such as Latent heat, intersects with other areas such as Heat flux. His Mean radiant temperature study incorporates themes from Irradiance, Longwave, Shortwave radiation and Vegetation.
His research in Shortwave radiation focuses on subjects like Digital elevation model, which are connected to Pixel. His studies in Urban climate integrate themes in fields like Urban area, Energy consumption, Air quality index, Spatial variability and Remote sensing. His study in Thermal comfort is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Humidity, Bioclimatology and Solar access.
Fredrik Lindberg mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Urban climate, Mean radiant temperature, Thermal comfort and Environmental resource management. The concepts of his Atmospheric sciences study are interwoven with issues in Land cover, Wind speed and Irradiance. His Urban climate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Urban heat island, Air quality index, Remote sensing and Atmospheric model.
Mean radiant temperature is the subject of his research, which falls under Climate change. Fredrik Lindberg has researched Thermal comfort in several fields, including Longwave and Representative Concentration Pathways. His Meteorology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spatial distribution and View factor.
His primary areas of investigation include Atmospheric sciences, Mean radiant temperature, Environmental resource management, Wind speed and Climate change. His Sensible heat study in the realm of Atmospheric sciences interacts with subjects such as Poison control. His Mean radiant temperature research incorporates elements of Thermal comfort, Urban design, Built environment, Solar access and Urban morphology.
The various areas that Fredrik Lindberg examines in his Thermal comfort study include Service, Identification, Climate change mitigation, Green infrastructure and Microclimate. His Wind speed study combines topics in areas such as Longwave, Representative Concentration Pathways, Irradiance and Eddy covariance. He combines subjects such as Intensity, Daytime, Meteorology and Sunlight with his study of Climate change.
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Different methods for estimating the mean radiant temperature in an outdoor urban setting
Sofia Thorsson;Fredrik Lindberg;Ingegärd Eliasson;Björn Holmer.
International Journal of Climatology (2007)
SOLWEIG 1.0 – Modelling spatial variations of 3D radiant fluxes and mean radiant temperature in complex urban settings
Fredrik Lindberg;Björn Holmer;Sofia Thorsson.
International Journal of Biometeorology (2008)
Thermal Comfort and Outdoor Activity in Japanese Urban Public Places
Sofia Thorsson;Tsuyoshi Honjo;Fredrik Lindberg;Ingegärd Eliasson.
Environment and Behavior (2007)
Climate and behaviour in a Nordic city
Ingegärd Eliasson;Igor Knez;Ulla Westerberg;Sofia Thorsson.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2007)
Global to city scale urban anthropogenic heat flux: model and variability
Lucy Allen;Fredrik Lindberg;C. S. B. Grimmond.
International Journal of Climatology (2011)
The influence of vegetation and building morphology on shadow patterns and mean radiant temperatures in urban areas: model development and evaluation
Fredrik Lindberg;Fredrik Lindberg;C. S. B. Grimmond.
Theoretical and Applied Climatology (2011)
Computing continuous sky view factors using 3D urban raster and vector databases: comparison and application to urban climate
Tamás Mátyás Gál;F. Lindberg;János Unger.
Theoretical and Applied Climatology (2009)
Psychological mechanisms in outdoor place and weather assessment: towards a conceptual model
Igor Knez;Sofia Thorsson;Ingegärd Eliasson;Fredrik Lindberg.
International Journal of Biometeorology (2009)
Potential changes in outdoor thermal comfort conditions in Gothenburg, Sweden due to climate change: the influence of urban geometry
Sofia Thorsson;Fredrik Lindberg;Jesper Björklund;Björn Holmer.
International Journal of Climatology (2011)
Urban Multi-scale Environmental Predictor (UMEP)
Fredrik Lindberg;C.S.B. Grimmond;Andrew Gabey;Bei Huang.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2018)
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