The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Energy, Efficient energy use, Zero-energy building, Meteorology and Ventilation. In the field of Energy, his study on Primary energy overlaps with subjects such as Work. His research in Efficient energy use intersects with topics in Electricity generation, Photovoltaic system, Environmental economics and Sustainability.
His study in Zero-energy building is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Energy balance, Glazing and Architectural engineering. His Meteorology research incorporates themes from Radiator, Apartment, Atmospheric sciences and Seasonality. His work deals with themes such as Thermal comfort, Thermal, Operative temperature, Humidity and Temperature measurement, which intersect with Ventilation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ventilation, Architectural engineering, Efficient energy use, Thermal comfort and Energy. His Ventilation research includes elements of Moisture, Airflow and Environmental engineering, Indoor air quality. His work carried out in the field of Architectural engineering brings together such families of science as Apartment and Civil engineering.
As part of his studies on Efficient energy use, Jarek Kurnitski often connects relevant areas like Environmental economics. His Operative temperature study, which is part of a larger body of work in Thermal comfort, is frequently linked to Overheating, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Energy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Energy consumption, Simulation and Renewable energy.
Jarek Kurnitski mainly focuses on Energy, Architectural engineering, Ventilation, Energy consumption and Efficient energy use. His Energy research integrates issues from Calibration and Underfloor heating. His Architectural engineering research also works with subjects such as
His study in the field of Zero-energy building is also linked to topics like Single-family detached home. Jarek Kurnitski combines subjects such as Thermal comfort, Airflow, Work, Environmental health and Marine engineering with his study of Ventilation. His work on Energy performance as part of general Energy consumption research is often related to Schedule, thus linking different fields of science.
Jarek Kurnitski spends much of his time researching Thermal comfort, Energy consumption, Operative temperature, Heat recovery ventilation and Ventilation. When carried out as part of a general Energy consumption research project, his work on Energy performance is frequently linked to work in Schedule, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His study looks at the intersection of Energy performance and topics like Energy policy with Indoor air quality.
The concepts of his Operative temperature study are interwoven with issues in Radiator, Nuclear engineering and Underfloor heating. His study in Heat recovery ventilation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Building envelope, Waste management, Marine engineering and Atmospheric pressure. His Ventilation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Emergency medicine, Architectural engineering and Water cooling.
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How can airborne transmission of COVID-19 indoors be minimised?
Lidia Morawska;Julian W. Tang;William Bahnfleth;Philomena M. Bluyssen.
Environment International (2020)
Cost optimal and nearly zero (nZEB) energy performance calculations for residential buildings with REHVA definition for nZEB national implementation
Jarek Kurnitski;Arto Saari;Targo Kalamees;Mika Vuolle.
Energy and Buildings (2011)
Building leakage, infiltration, and energy performance analyses for Finnish detached houses
Juha Jokisalo;Jarek Kurnitski;Minna Korpi;Targo Kalamees.
Building and Environment (2009)
Cost optimal and nearly zero energy building solutions for office buildings
E. Pikas;M. Thalfeldt;J. Kurnitski.
Energy and Buildings (2014)
A combined low temperature water heating system consisting of radiators and floor heating
Ala Hasan;Jarek Kurnitski;Kai Jokiranta.
Energy and Buildings (2009)
How to define nearly net zero energy buildings nZEB
Livio Mazzarella;J. Kurnitski;E. Alt.
Facade design principles for nearly zero energy buildings in a cold climate
Martin Thalfeldt;Ergo Pikas;Jarek Kurnitski;Hendrik Voll.
Energy and Buildings (2013)
Dismantling myths on the airborne transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2).
JW Tang;WP Bahnfleth;PM Bluyssen;G Buonanno.
Journal of Hospital Infection (2021)
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 by inhalation of respiratory aerosol in the Skagit Valley Chorale superspreading event.
Shelly L Miller;William W Nazaroff;Jose L Jimenez;Atze Boerstra.
Indoor Air (2021)
Performance of EN ISO 13790 utilisation factor heat demand calculation method in a cold climate
Juha Jokisalo;Jarek Kurnitski.
Energy and Buildings (2007)
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