ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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- 2 Public
- Architectural engineering
- 1 Architecture
- 1 Audit tools
- 1 Benchmarking
- 1 Energy
- 1 Energy Star
- 1 FEDS
- 1 Multi-stage Downdraft Cooling Tower
- 1 Passive Cooling
- 1 Passive Downdraft Evaporative Cooling Tower
- 1 Passive Downdraught Cooling
- 1 Passive and Hybrid Downdraft Cooling Towers
- 1 Portfolio Manager
- 1 Prototype models
- 1 Single Stage Downdraft Cooling Tower
Passive cooling techniques, specifically passive downdraft cooling (PDC), have proven to be a solution that can address issues associated with air conditioning (AC). Globally, over 100 buildings have integrated PDC in its different forms, most of which use direct evaporative cooling. Even though all surveyed buildings were energy efficient and cost-effective and most surveyed buildings were thermally comfortable, application of PDC remains limited. This study aims to advance performance of the single stage passive downdraft evaporative cooling tower (PDECT), and expand its applicability beyond the hot dry conditions where it is typically used, by designing and testing a multi-stage passive …
- Al-Hassawi, Omar Dhia Sadulah, Bryan, Harvey, Reddy, T Agami, et al.
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Among the various end-use sectors, the commercial sector is expected to have the second-largest increase in total primary energy consump¬tion from 2009 to 2035 (5.8 quadrillion Btu) with a growth rate of 1.1% per year, it is the fastest growing end-use sectors. In order to make major gains in reducing U.S. building energy use commercial sector buildings must be improved. Energy benchmarking of buildings gives the facility manager or the building owner a quick evaluation of energy use and the potential for energy savings. It is the process of comparing the energy performance of a building to standards and codes, …
- Agnihotri, Shreya, Reddy, T Agami, Bryan, Harvey, et al.
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