His primary scientific interests are in Meteorology, Mechanics, Natural ventilation, Heat pump and Materials science. His work on Solar gain as part of general Meteorology research is often related to Extraction, thus linking different fields of science. His Mechanics research integrates issues from Airflow, Thermodynamics and Orifice plate.
His Natural ventilation research incorporates elements of Thermal comfort and Room air distribution. His Heat pump research includes elements of Computational fluid dynamics and Fluid mechanics. His Computational fluid dynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Square duct, Thermal, Pressure drop and Body orifice.
Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Airflow, Thermodynamics and Materials science are his primary areas of study. His Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Duct, Heat exchanger and Simulation. Guohui Gan combines subjects such as Mechanical engineering, Thermal, Free cooling and Cooling tower with his study of Computational fluid dynamics.
Guohui Gan has included themes like CFD in buildings, Thermal comfort, Meteorology and Natural ventilation in his Airflow study. His Passive cooling study, which is part of a larger body of work in Meteorology, is frequently linked to Glazing, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work carried out in the field of Natural ventilation brings together such families of science as Heat pipe, Solar chimney and Buoyancy.
Guohui Gan mainly investigates Thermal, Phase-change material, Heat exchanger, Heat pump and Passive cooling. His work in Thermal is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Thermal comfort. Guohui Gan usually deals with Phase-change material and limits it to topics linked to Work and Airflow.
His work focuses on many connections between Heat exchanger and other disciplines, such as Soil science, that overlap with his field of interest in Heat transfer and Atmosphere. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plate heat exchanger, Plate fin heat exchanger, Run-around coil, Recuperator and Heat spreader in addition to Heat pump. To a larger extent, he studies Meteorology with the aim of understanding Passive cooling.
Guohui Gan mainly focuses on Intensity, Global warming, Range, Evaporative cooler and Eucalyptus. Guohui Gan has researched Intensity in several fields, including Energy consumption, Environmental engineering and Wind tunnel.
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A parametric study of Trombe walls for passive cooling of buildings
Energy and Buildings (1998)
Experimental measurement and numerical simulation of horizontal-coupled slinky ground source heat exchangers
Yupeng Wu;Guohui Gan;Anne Verhoef;Pier Luigi Vidale.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2010)
A numerical study of solar chimney for natural ventilation of buildings with heat recovery
G. Gan;S.B. Riffat.
Applied Thermal Engineering (1998)
Computational fluid dynamics applied to ejector heat pumps
S.B. Riffat;G. Gan;S. Smith.
Applied Thermal Engineering (1996)
Simulation of buoyancy-induced flow in open cavities for natural ventilation
Energy and Buildings (2006)
Critical review of latent heat storage systems for free cooling in buildings
Rami Zeinelabdein;Rami Zeinelabdein;Siddig Omer;Guohui Gan.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)
Pressure loss characteristics of orifice and perforated plates
Guohui Gan;Saffa B. Riffat.
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science (1997)
Effective depth of fresh air distribution in rooms with single-sided natural ventilation
Energy and Buildings (2000)
Evaluation of room air distribution systems using computational fluid dynamics
Energy and Buildings (1995)
Effect of air gap on the performance of building-integrated photovoltaics
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