Thermal comfort, Ventilation, Airflow, Indoor air quality and Thermal sensation are his primary areas of study. His Thermal comfort research focuses on subjects like ASHRAE 90.1, which are linked to Architectural engineering, Public housing, Thermal perception and Database. Kwok Wai Tham has included themes like Environmental engineering, Breathing, Simulation, Interaction and Risk assessment in his Ventilation study.
His work in Airflow addresses subjects such as Current, which are connected to disciplines such as Computational fluid dynamics, Air conditioning and Relative humidity. His study in Indoor air quality is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Performance indicator, Climate change, Energy conservation and Environmental planning. His Thermal sensation study introduces a deeper knowledge of Meteorology.
His primary areas of study are Ventilation, Thermal comfort, Environmental engineering, Indoor air quality and Meteorology. He interconnects Environmental chamber, Airflow, Simulation and Air quality index in the investigation of issues within Ventilation. The Thermal comfort study combines topics in areas such as Thermal, ASHRAE 90.1, Architectural engineering, HVAC and Relative humidity.
His research on Environmental engineering also deals with topics like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Thermal comfort, Air quality index, Indoor air quality, Atmospheric sciences and Dedicated outdoor air system. The various areas that Kwok Wai Tham examines in his Thermal comfort study include Thermal, Efficient energy use, Built environment, ASHRAE 90.1 and HVAC. His Indoor air quality study is concerned with the field of Environmental engineering as a whole.
His Environmental engineering research includes elements of Air pollution, Cabin pressurization and Pollution. Within one scientific family, Kwok Wai Tham focuses on topics pertaining to Breathing under Aerosol, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Ventilation. The concepts of his Ventilation study are interwoven with issues in Airflow, Piston and Mode.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermal comfort, Environmental quality, ASHRAE 90.1, Architectural engineering and Post-occupancy evaluation. His Thermal comfort research includes themes of Airflow, Thermal, Piston, Mode and Particulates. His work deals with themes such as Field, Raw data, HVAC and Built environment, which intersect with Environmental quality.
His ASHRAE 90.1 research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental chemistry, Haze, Air exchange and Moisture. His work in the fields of Green building overlaps with other areas such as Context.
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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)
Thermal comfort evaluation of naturally ventilated public housing in Singapore
N.H Wong;H Feriadi;P.Y Lim;K.W Tham.
Building and Environment (2002)
Indoor air quality and its effects on humans—A review of challenges and developments in the last 30 years
Kwok Wai Tham.
Energy and Buildings (2016)
Airflow Dynamics of Human Jets: Sneezing and Breathing - Potential Sources of Infectious Aerosols
Julian W. Tang;Julian W. Tang;Andre D. Nicolle;Christian A. Klettner;Jovan Pantelic.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Development of the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II
Veronika Földváry Ličina;Toby Cheung;Hui Zhang;Richard de Dear.
Building and Environment (2018)
Thermal comfort study of an air-conditioned lecture theatre in the tropics
K.W.D. Cheong;E. Djunaedy;Y.L. Chua;K.W. Tham.
Building and Environment (2003)
A comparative study of VOCs in Singapore and European office buildings
M.S. Zuraimi;C.-A. Roulet;K.W. Tham;S.C. Sekhar.
Building and Environment (2006)
The effect of ventilation strategies of child care centers on indoor air quality and respiratory health of children in Singapore.
M. S. Zuraimi;K. W. Tham;F. T. Chew;P. L. Ooi;P. L. Ooi.
Indoor Air (2007)
Experimental investigation of the human convective boundary layer in a quiescent indoor environment
Dusan Licina;Dusan Licina;Jovan Pantelic;Arsen Krikor Melikov;Chandra Sekhar.
Building and Environment (2014)
Personalized ventilation as a control measure for airborne transmissible disease spread
Jovan Pantelic;Gin Nam Sze-To;Kwok Wai Tham;Christopher Y. H. Chao.
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (2009)
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