Runming Yao mostly deals with Thermal comfort, Efficient energy use, Thermal, Cold winter and Meteorology. His work on Simulation expands to the thematically related Thermal comfort. His study in Simulation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cybernetics, Black box, Statistics and Adaptive method.
His Efficient energy use study incorporates themes from Architectural engineering, Questionnaire and Process. In his research on the topic of Process, Energy consumption is strongly related with Productivity. His Thermal study combines topics in areas such as Atmospheric sciences and Seasonality.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Thermal comfort, Energy consumption, Efficient energy use, Architectural engineering and Meteorology. Runming Yao has researched Thermal comfort in several fields, including Humidity, Airflow, Thermal and Simulation. His Energy consumption research includes elements of Energy conservation, Energy, Retrofitting and Civil engineering.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Process and Building design. The various areas that Runming Yao examines in his Architectural engineering study include HVAC and Built environment. His work on Natural ventilation and Wind speed as part of general Meteorology research is often related to Microclimate and Approximation error, thus linking different fields of science.
Runming Yao spends much of his time researching Meteorology, Thermal comfort, Energy consumption, Energy and Natural ventilation. His work carried out in the field of Meteorology brings together such families of science as Artificial neural network, Efficient energy use and Outdoor temperature. Runming Yao combines subjects such as Airflow, Thermal, Humidity, Ventilation and Relative humidity with his study of Thermal comfort.
His Energy consumption research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Energy conservation, Retrofitting, Kernel and Support vector machine. Runming Yao has included themes like Automotive engineering and Operative temperature in his Energy study. His Natural ventilation research includes themes of Adaptation, Building design and Air conditioning.
Thermal comfort, Building design, Meteorology, Natural ventilation and Energy are his primary areas of study. His Thermal comfort study focuses on Operative temperature in particular. The Building design study combines topics in areas such as Energy modeling, Energy conservation, Retrofitting and Built environment.
In general Meteorology study, his work on Indoor air quality often relates to the realm of Mixed mode, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Natural ventilation research integrates issues from Building code, Wind speed, Zoning and Cooling load. His Energy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Clothing insulation, Data collection, Automotive engineering and Continuous monitoring.
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A method of formulating energy load profile for domestic buildings in the UK
Runming Yao;Koen Steemers.
Energy and Buildings (2005)
A theoretical adaptive model of thermal comfort – Adaptive Predicted Mean Vote (aPMV)
Runming Yao;Runming Yao;Baizhan Li;Jing Liu.
Building and Environment (2009)
Can microgrids make a major contribution to UK energy supply
Suleiman Abu-Sharkh;RJ Arnold;J Kohler;R Li.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2006)
Energy policy and standard for built environment in China
Runming Yao;Baizhan Li;Koen Steemers.
Renewable Energy (2005)
A review of the performance of different ventilation and airflow distribution systems in buildings
Guangyu Cao;Hazim B. Awbi;Runming Yao;Yunqing Fan.
Building and Environment (2014)
Urbanisation and its impact on building energy consumption and efficiency in China
Baizhan Li;Runming Yao.
Renewable Energy (2009)
A key review of building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) systems
Emrah Biyik;Mustafa Araz;Arif Hepbasli;Mehdi Shahrestani.
Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal (2017)
Occupants' adaptive responses and perception of thermal environment in naturally conditioned university classrooms
Runming Yao;Runming Yao;Jing Liu;Baizhan Li.
Applied Energy (2010)
An investigation of the existing situation and trends in building energy efficiency management in China
Jing Liang;Baizhan Li;Yong Wu;Runming Yao.
Energy and Buildings (2007)
Seasonal variation of thermal sensations in residential buildings in the Hot Summer and Cold Winter zone of China
Hong Liu;Yuxin Wu;Baizhan Li;Yong Cheng.
Energy and Buildings (2017)
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