Taehoon Hong mostly deals with Environmental economics, Energy consumption, Photovoltaic system, Case-based reasoning and Environmental impact assessment. In his research, Taehoon Hong undertakes multidisciplinary study on Environmental economics and Life-cycle cost analysis. His Energy consumption study combines topics in areas such as United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Simulation, Efficient energy use and Environmental protection.
His Simulation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bidding, Thermal comfort and Construction management. His Case-based reasoning study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Decision tree, Genetic algorithm and Decision support system. The concepts of his Decision tree study are interwoven with issues in Incentive and Energy.
Taehoon Hong mainly focuses on Environmental economics, Photovoltaic system, Energy consumption, Operations research and Transport engineering. His Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental resource management, Global environmental analysis and Renewable energy. The Photovoltaic system study combines topics in areas such as Automotive engineering, Electricity and Reliability engineering.
His Energy consumption research includes themes of Decision tree, Energy, Simulation, Efficient energy use and Civil engineering. His work in Operations research tackles topics such as Case-based reasoning which are related to areas like Regression analysis. Taehoon Hong applies his multidisciplinary studies on Environmental impact assessment and Life-cycle assessment in his research.
Taehoon Hong focuses on Photovoltaic system, Environmental economics, Electricity, Energy consumption and Ventilation. Taehoon Hong has included themes like Automotive engineering and Renewable energy in his Photovoltaic system study. His research links Price change with Environmental economics.
His work on Electricity market as part of general Electricity study is frequently linked to Consumption, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research on Energy consumption frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Energy. The various areas that Taehoon Hong examines in his Ventilation study include Thermal comfort, Function, Indoor air quality and Filter.
Taehoon Hong spends much of his time researching Photovoltaic system, Environmental economics, Electricity, Energy consumption and Ventilation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economic potential and Nameplate capacity. His Environmental economics research integrates issues from Business model, Decision-making and Energy technology.
His Electricity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Solar tracker, Automotive engineering and Building-integrated photovoltaics. His work carried out in the field of Energy consumption brings together such families of science as Fossil fuel and Environmental engineering. His studies in Ventilation integrate themes in fields like Multi-objective optimization, Reliability engineering and Building design.
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Effect of project characteristics on project performance in construction projects based on structural equation model
KyuMan Cho;TaeHoon Hong;ChangTaek Hyun.
A review on sustainable construction management strategies for monitoring, diagnosing, and retrofitting the building's dynamic energy performance: Focused on the operation and maintenance phase
Taehoon Hong;Choongwan Koo;Jimin Kim;Minhyun Lee.
Development of a method for estimating the rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) potential by analyzing the available rooftop area using Hillshade analysis
Taehoon Hong;Minhyun Lee;Choongwan Koo;Choongwan Koo;Kwangbok Jeong.
LCC and LCCO2 analysis of green roofs in elementary schools with energy saving measures
TaeHoon Hong;JiMin Kim;ChoongWan Koo.
A CBR-based hybrid model for predicting a construction duration and cost based on project characteristics in multi-family housing projects
ChoongWan KooC. Koo;TaeHoon HongT. Hong;ChangTaek HyunC. Hyun;KyoJin KooK. Koo.
Analysis of South Korea’s economic growth, carbon dioxide emission, and energy consumption using the Markov switching model
JaeHyun Park;TaeHoon Hong.
A GIS (geographic information system)-based optimization model for estimating the electricity generation of the rooftop PV (photovoltaic) system
Taehoon Hong;Choongwan Koo;Joonho Park;Hyo Seon Park.
Assessment Model for Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions during Building Construction
Taehoon Hong;ChangYoon Ji;MinHo Jang;HyoSeon Park.
Economic and environmental evaluation model for selecting the optimum design of green roof systems in elementary schools
Jimin Kim;Taehoon Hong;Choong Wan Koo.
Development of a new energy benchmark for improving the operational rating system of office buildings using various data-mining techniques
Hyo Seon Park;Minhyun Lee;Hyuna Kang;Taehoon Hong.
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