The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermal comfort, Meteorology, Natural ventilation, Architectural engineering and Phase-change material. His Meteorology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Airflow and Heat transfer. His Natural ventilation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics and Room air distribution.
Per Heiselberg combines subjects such as Energy performance, Ventilation and Indoor air quality with his study of Architectural engineering. His Ventilation study combines topics in areas such as Primary energy and Civil engineering. His Phase-change material research incorporates themes from Structural engineering, Work, Thermal energy storage and Identification.
Per Heiselberg focuses on Architectural engineering, Ventilation, Natural ventilation, Mechanics and Airflow. His Architectural engineering research includes themes of Integrated design, Civil engineering, Indoor air quality and Zero-energy building. His study in Ventilation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermal comfort and Thermal.
Natural ventilation is a subfield of Meteorology that Per Heiselberg investigates. Per Heiselberg is interested in Heat transfer, which is a field of Mechanics. His Airflow research integrates issues from Computational fluid dynamics and Discharge coefficient.
Per Heiselberg mainly investigates Architectural engineering, Thermal comfort, Thermal, Automotive engineering and Thermal mass. He interconnects Software, Building automation and Civil engineering in the investigation of issues within Architectural engineering. The concepts of his Thermal comfort study are interwoven with issues in Inlet, Structural engineering, Design guide, Ceiling and Natural ventilation.
His research in Thermal mass intersects with topics in Thermal energy storage and Flexibility. His work in Flexibility tackles topics such as Phase-change material which are related to areas like Nuclear engineering, Heat exchanger and Ventilation. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Ventilation, Building energy simulation is strongly linked to Heat transfer coefficient.
His primary areas of investigation include Thermal comfort, Thermal, Thermal mass, Thermal energy storage and Phase-change material. His Thermal comfort research includes elements of Natural ventilation, Structural engineering, Ceiling, Indoor air quality and Architectural engineering. The Architectural engineering study combines topics in areas such as Software and Glazing, Civil engineering.
His study looks at the relationship between Thermal and fields such as Window, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Thermal mass study also includes
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Zero Energy Building: A Review of Definitions and Calculation Methodologies
Anna Joanna Marszal;Per Heiselberg;J.S. Bourrelle;E. Musall.
Energy and Buildings (2011)
Review of thermal energy storage technologies based on PCM application in buildings
Michal Zbigniew Pomianowski;Per Heiselberg;Yinping Zhang.
Energy and Buildings (2013)
Application of Sensitivity Analysis in Design of Sustainable Buildings
Per Heiselberg;Henrik Brohus;Allan Tind Hesselholt;Henrik Erreboe Schou Rasmussen.
Renewable Energy (2009)
Climatic potential for passive cooling of buildings by night-time ventilation in Europe
Nikolai Artmann;H. Manz;Per Heiselberg.
Applied Energy (2007)
Energy flexibility of residential buildings using short term heat storage in the thermal mass
J. Le Dréau;P. Heiselberg.
An Experimental Investigation of a Solar Chimney model with Uniform Wall Heat Flux
Z.D. Chen;P. Bandopadhayay;J. Halldorsson;C. Byrjalsen.
Building and Environment (2003)
Life Cycle Cost Analysis of a Multi-Storey Residential Net Zero Energy Building in Denmark
Anna Joanna Marszal;Per Heiselberg.
Wind power integration using individual heat pumps – Analysis of different heat storage options
Karsten Hedegaard;Brian Vad Mathiesen;Henrik Lund;Per Heiselberg.
Single-sided natural ventilation driven by wind pressure and temperature difference
Tine Steen Larsen;Per Heiselberg.
Energy and Buildings (2008)
Characteristics of Airflow from Open Windows
Per Kvols Heiselberg;Kjeld Svidt;Peter Vilhelm Nielsen.
Building and Environment (2001)
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