publications | urban microclimate

Publications

select papers, conference + workshop proceedings


  1. Urban Weather Generator - A Novel Workflow for integrating urban heat island effect within urban design process
    A. Nakano, B Bueno, L. K. Norford, C. Reinhart
    Building Simulation, 2015
  2. Urban Weather Generator User Interface Development: New Workflow for Integrating Urban Heat Island Effect in Urban Design Process
    A. Nakano, B Bueno, L. K. Norford, C. Reinhart
    9th International Conference on Urban Climate jointly with 12th Symposium on the Urban Environment, 2015
  3. Urban Weather Generator user interface development: Towards a usable tool for integrating urban heat island effect within urban design process
    A. Nakano
    MIT Building Technology MS Thesis, 2015
  4. Urban energy design software development: Modeling energy efficient cities via neighborhood-scale energy balances
    A. Nakano, B Bueno, L. K. Norford, C. Reinhart
    Presented at CENSAM Workshop, 2014
  5. Computationally efficient prediction of canopy level urban air temperature at the neighborhood scale
    B. Bueno, M. Roth, L. K. Norford, and R. Li
    Urban Climate, 2014
  6. The urban weather generator
    B. Bueno, L. K. Norford, J. Hidalgo, and G. Pigeon
    Journal of Building Performance Simulation, 2012
  7. Calculation of air temperatures above the urban canopy layer from measurements at a rural operational weather station
    B. Bueno, J. Hidalgo, G. Pigeon, L. K. Norford, V. Masson
    Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 2012
  8. Development and evaluation of a building energy model integrated in the TEB scheme
    B. Bueno, G. Pigeon, L. K. Norford, K. Zibouche, C. Marchadier
    Geoscientific Model Development, 2012
  9. Combining a detailed building energy model with a physically-based urban canopy model
    B. Bueno, L. K. Norford, G. Pigeon, R. Britter
    Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 2011
  10. Urban heat island in Boston - An evaluation of urban air-temperature models for predicting building energy use
    M. Street, C. Reinhart, L. K. Norford, and J. Ochsendorf
    Building Simulation, 2013

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