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Panagiota Karava
Panagiota Karava
Professor of Civil Engineering, Purdue University
Verified email at purdue.edu
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Airflow assessment in cross-ventilated buildings with operable fašade elements
P Karava, T Stathopoulos, AK Athienitis
Building and environment 46 (1), 266-279, 2011
2872011
Wind driven flow through openings–a review of discharge coefficients
P Karava, T Stathopoulos, AK Athienitis
International journal of ventilation 3 (3), 255-266, 2004
1592004
Occupant interactions with shading and lighting systems using different control interfaces: A pilot field study
SA Sadeghi, P Karava, I Konstantzos, A Tzempelikos
Building and Environment 97, 177-195, 2016
1522016
Wind-induced natural ventilation analysis
P Karava, T Stathopoulos, AK Athienitis
Solar Energy 81 (1), 20-30, 2007
1372007
Simulation of fašade and envelope design options for a new institutional building
A Tzempelikos, AK Athienitis, P Karava
Solar Energy 81 (9), 1088-1103, 2007
1332007
A model predictive control strategy to optimize the performance of radiant floor heating and cooling systems in office buildings
J Joe, P Karava
Applied Energy 245, 65-77, 2019
1262019
Model predictive control strategies for buildings with mixed-mode cooling
J Hu, P Karava
Building and Environment 71, 233-244, 2014
1222014
Numerical modelling of forced convective heat transfer from the inclined windward roof of an isolated low-rise building with application to photovoltaic/thermal systems
P Karava, CM Jubayer, E Savory
Applied Thermal Engineering 31 (11-12), 1950-1963, 2011
1112011
System identification and model-predictive control of office buildings with integrated photovoltaic-thermal collectors, radiant floor heating and active thermal storage
S Li, J Joe, J Hu, P Karava
Solar energy 113, 139-157, 2015
1102015
A Bayesian approach for probabilistic classification and inference of occupant thermal preferences in office buildings
S Lee, I Bilionis, P Karava, A Tzempelikos
Building and Environment 118, 323-343, 2017
1002017
Experimental study of the thermal performance of a large institutional building with mixed-mode cooling and hybrid ventilation
P Karava, AK Athienitis, T Stathopoulos, E Mouriki
Building and Environment 57, 313-326, 2012
932012
Validation of computational fluid dynamics simulations for atria geometries
CA Rundle, MF Lightstone, P Oosthuizen, P Karava, E Mouriki
Building and Environment 46 (7), 1343-1353, 2011
812011
A state-space modeling approach and multi-level optimization algorithm for predictive control of multi-zone buildings with mixed-mode cooling
J Hu, P Karava
Building and Environment 80, 259-273, 2014
712014
Inference of thermal preference profiles for personalized thermal environments with actual building occupants
S Lee, P Karava, A Tzempelikos, I Bilionis
Building and Environment 148, 714-729, 2019
622019
Wind loads on photovoltaic arrays mounted parallel to sloped roofs on low-rise buildings
SE Stenabaugh, Y Iida, GA Kopp, P Karava
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 139, 16-26, 2015
552015
Airflow prediction in buildings for natural ventilation design: wind tunnel measurements and simulation
P Karava
Concordia University, 2008
552008
Implementation of a self-tuned HVAC controller to satisfy occupant thermal preferences and optimize energy use
S Lee, J Joe, P Karava, I Bilionis, A Tzempelikos
Energy and Buildings 194, 301-316, 2019
472019
Energy modeling of photovoltaic thermal systems with corrugated unglazed transpired solar collectors–Part 1: Model development and validation
S Li, P Karava, S Currie, WE Lin, E Savory
Solar Energy 102, 282-296, 2014
472014
Airflow and thermal analysis of flat and corrugated unglazed transpired solar collectors
S Li, P Karava, E Savory, WE Lin
Solar Energy 91, 297-315, 2013
452013
Development of simple semiempirical models for calculating airflow through hopper, awning, and casement windows for single-sided natural ventilation
H Wang, P Karava, Q Chen
Energy and Buildings 96, 373-384, 2015
442015
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