His primary scientific interests are in Passive cooling, Natural ventilation, Wind tunnel, Airflow and Ventilation. The Passive cooling study combines topics in areas such as Latent heat, Heat recovery ventilation and Process engineering. His work on Natural ventilation is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Evaporative cooler.
His Wind tunnel research focuses on Computational fluid dynamics and how it relates to Tower, Hypersonic wind tunnel, Structural engineering and Supersonic wind tunnel. His study looks at the relationship between Airflow and topics such as Wind speed, which overlap with Simulation and Renewable energy. As a part of the same scientific study, John Kaiser Calautit usually deals with the Indoor air quality, concentrating on Windcatcher and frequently concerns with Thermal comfort.
John Kaiser Calautit mainly focuses on Computational fluid dynamics, Natural ventilation, Marine engineering, Thermal comfort and Airflow. His Computational fluid dynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structural engineering and Thermal, Wind speed, Meteorology. John Kaiser Calautit combines subjects such as Evaporative cooler and Passive cooling with his study of Natural ventilation.
His Passive cooling research incorporates elements of Thermal mass and Heat pipe. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Roof, Water cooling, Simulation, Heat transfer and Wind tunnel. His research in Thermal comfort intersects with topics in Open plan, Civil engineering, Mechanical engineering, Thermal control and Architectural engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermal comfort, Civil engineering, Urban heat island, Primary energy and Work. His Thermal comfort study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as High rise, Ventilation, Airflow and Passive cooling. In his research on the topic of Ventilation, Natural ventilation is strongly related with Marine engineering.
His study on Windcatcher is often connected to Architectural element as part of broader study in Passive cooling. John Kaiser Calautit works mostly in the field of Urban heat island, limiting it down to concerns involving Road surface and, occasionally, Response analysis, Finite element method, Heat pipe, Structural engineering and Bending. His work in Environmental engineering tackles topics such as Thermal which are related to areas like Evaporative cooler and Brick.
John Kaiser Calautit focuses on Energy demand, Civil engineering, Volume reduction, Glazing and Primary energy. His Energy demand research overlaps with Canyon, Overheating, Meteorology, Thermal energy and Road surface. Civil engineering and Thermal comfort are commonly linked in his work.
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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 the applications of phase change materials in cooling, heating and power generation in different temperature ranges
Kun Du;John Kaiser Calautit;Zhonghua Wang;Yupeng Wu.
Applied Energy (2018)
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)
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)
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)
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)
About Nano Fusion and Dynamic Fusion
Florian Ion T. Petrescu;John Kaiser Calautit.
American Journal of Applied Sciences (2016)
Something about the V Engines Design
Raffaella Aversa;Relly Victoria Petrescu;Antonio Apicella;Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu.
American Journal of Applied Sciences (2017)
A review of heat recovery technology for passive ventilation applications
Dominic O’Connor;John Kaiser S. Calautit;Ben Richard Hughes.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2016)
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