The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Meteorology, Ventilation, Mechanics, Air quality index and Thermal comfort. His Meteorology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pedestrian, Computational fluid dynamics and Wind tunnel. In his study, Turbulence, Atmospheric sciences and Wind direction is inextricably linked to Roof, which falls within the broad field of Ventilation.
His studies deal with areas such as Duct, Inlet and Water cooling as well as Mechanics. The various areas that he examines in his Air quality index study include Diffusion, Simulation and Civil engineering. His Thermal comfort study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thermal and Indoor air quality.
Mats Sandberg mainly investigates Mechanics, Meteorology, Ventilation, Wind tunnel and Computational fluid dynamics. His Mechanics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Airflow. His study focuses on the intersection of Meteorology and fields such as Marine engineering with connections in the field of Duct.
Mats Sandberg merges Ventilation with TRACER in his research. His study explores the link between Wind tunnel and topics such as Wind direction that cross with problems in Atmospheric sciences. He has included themes like Thermal, Wind speed, Simulation, Flow and Indoor air quality in his Computational fluid dynamics study.
Mats Sandberg mainly focuses on Mechanics, Ventilation, Wind tunnel, Computational fluid dynamics and Particle image velocimetry. Ventilation and Distribution system are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. His Wind tunnel research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Drag, Natural ventilation and Marine engineering.
His study in Computational fluid dynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermal, Meteorology, Simulation and Volume. In general Meteorology study, his work on Wind speed and Turbulent flux often relates to the realm of Urban area, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Particle image velocimetry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wake, Buoyancy, Plume and Near and far field.
Ventilation, Particle image velocimetry, Wind tunnel, Meteorology and Geometry are his primary areas of study. In the field of Ventilation, his study on Natural ventilation overlaps with subjects such as Energy engineering. His studies in Particle image velocimetry integrate themes in fields like Plume and Near and far field.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Drag, Computational fluid dynamics, Flow and Marine engineering. His Computational fluid dynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Jet and Turbulence. His work deals with themes such as Thermal, Thermal diffusivity and Simulation, which intersect with Mechanics.
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Building Ventilation: Theory and Measurement
David W. Etheridge;Mats Sandberg.
The use of moments for assessing air quality in ventilated rooms
Mats Sandberg;Mats Sjöberg.
Building and Environment (1983)
What is ventilation efficiency
Building and Environment (1981)
The influence of building height variability on pollutant dispersion and pedestrian ventilation in idealized high-rise urban areas
Jian Hang;Jian Hang;Yuguo Li;Mats Sandberg;Riccardo Buccolieri.
Building and Environment (2012)
City breathability and its link to pollutant concentration distribution within urban-like geometries
Riccardo Buccolieri;Riccardo Buccolieri;Mats Sandberg;Silvana Di Sabatino.
Atmospheric Environment (2010)
Flow and heat transfer in the air gap behind photovoltaic panels
B. Moshfegh;M. Sandberg.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (1998)
Design procedure for cooling ducts to minimise efficiency loss due to temperature rise in PV arrays
B. J. Brinkworth;Mats Sandberg.
Solar Energy (2006)
Investigation of air quality, comfort parameters and effectiveness for two floor-level air supply systems in classrooms
Taghi Karimipanah;Hazim Awbi;Mats Sandberg;Claes Blomqvist.
Building and Environment (2007)
Quantitative ventilation assessments of idealized urban canopy layers with various urban layouts and the same building packing density
Man Lin;Jian Hang;Yuguo Li;Zhiwen Luo.
Building and Environment (2014)
Effect of urban morphology on wind condition in idealized city models
Jian Hang;Mats Sandberg;Yuguo Li.
Atmospheric Environment (2009)
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