Mehreen Saleem Gul
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Understanding the energy consumption and occupancy of a multi-purpose academic building
MS Gul, S Patidar
Energy and Buildings 87, 155-165, 2015
Review on recent trend of solar photovoltaic technology
M Gul, Y Kotak, T Muneer
Energy Exploration & Exploitation 34 (4), 485-526, 2016
Evaluation of sunshine and cloud cover based models for generating solar radiation data
T Muneer, MS Gul
Energy Conversion and Management 41 (5), 461-482, 2000
Models for obtaining solar radiation from other meteorological data
MS Gul, T Muneer, HD Kambezidis
Solar Energy 64 (1-3), 99-108, 1998
Models for estimating solar radiation and illuminance from meteorological parameters
T Muneer, MS Gul, J Kubie
J. Sol. Energy Eng. 122 (3), 146-153, 2000
Evaluation of an all-sky meteorological radiation model against long-term measured hourly data
T Muneer, M Gul, H Kambezedis
Energy conversion and management 39 (3-4), 303-317, 1998
Designing domestic buildings for future summers: Attitudes and opinions of building professionals
MS Gul, GF Menzies
Energy Policy 45, 752-761, 2012
Enhancement of albedo for solar energy gain with particular emphasis on overcast skies
M Gul, Y Kotak, T Muneer, S Ivanova
Energies 11 (11), 2881, 2018
Investigating the impact of ground albedo on the performance of PV systems
Y Kotak, MS Gul, T Muneer, SM Ivanova
Achieving growth within the UK's Domestic Energy Efficiency Retrofitting Services sector, practitioner experiences and strategies moving forward
L Gooding, MS Gul
Energy policy 105, 173-182, 2017
Development of a meteorological illuminance model for daylight computations
T Muneer, M Gul, D Kinghorn
Applied energy 59 (4), 235-260, 1998
Energy efficiency retrofitting services supply chains: A review of evolving demands from housing policy
L Gooding, MS Gul
Energy Strategy Reviews 11, 29-40, 2016
Finite-element view-factor computations for radiant energy exchanges
T Muneer, S Ivanova, Y Kotak, M Gul
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 7 (3), 033108, 2015
Tailoring a future overheating risk tool for existing building design practice in domestic and non-domestic sectors
M Gul, DP Jenkins, S Patidar, PFG Banfill, G Menzies, G Gibson
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 33 (1), 105-117, 2012
Long-term evaluation of a meteorological solar radiation model against UK data
T Muneer, MS Gul, H Kambezidis
Energy Conversion and Management 39 (303), 18, 1998
Probabilistic future cooling loads for mechanically cooled offices
DP Jenkins, M Gul, S Patidar
Energy and buildings 66, 57-65, 2013
Designing a methodology for integrating industry practice into a probabilistic overheating tool for future building performance
DP Jenkins, M Gul, S Patidar, PFG Banfill, G Gibson, G Menzies
Energy and buildings 54, 73-80, 2012
Enabling a self-sufficient energy efficient retrofit services sector future: a qualitative study
L Gooding, MS Gul
Energy and Buildings 156, 306-314, 2017
Communicating future overheating risks to building design practitioners: Using the low carbon futures tool
MS Gul, DP Jenkins, S Patidar, GF Menzies, PFG Banfill, GJ Gibson
Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 36 (2), 182-195, 2015
The risk of buildings overheating in a low-carbon climate change future
PFG Banfill, DP Jenkins, S Patidar, M Gul, GF Menzies, GJ Gibson
Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl. tamu. edu), 2012
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