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Completed research projects

Master of Engineering graduates

Alternative building materials: testing and modelling phase-change materials (PCM) for thermal comfort and energy performance under Vancouver climatic conditions
Rocky Tam, M.Eng. 2012

Condensation risk assessment of window-wall facades under the effect of different heating systems using THERM (FEM) and CFD simulations
Derek Yan, M.Eng. 2012

Quantifying the impacts of moisture content and load on vertical movement in a simulated bottom floor of 6 storey wood frame buildings under controlled boundary conditions
Luke King, M.Eng. 2012

Three-dimensional analysis of thermal bridging in high-rise window wall systems using the concept of linear and point transmittance
Alden Kung, M.Eng. 2012

Master of Applied Science students

Field investigation of moisture buffering effect of materials on indoor environment and energy efficiency
Shahrzad Pedram, M.A.Sc. 2016

Sensitive Homes: Remote Sensing and Monitoring Integral to Homes. A Pilot Study of First Nation Homes on an Urban Reserve
Loveleen Atwal, M.A. Sc. 2015

Multi-Objective Optimization of High Performance Residential Buildings Using a Genetic Algorithm
Kelvin Liu, M.A.Sc. 2014

Probabilistic assessment of energy and moisture performance of building components
Iraj Manshadi, M.A.Sc. candidate

Three-dimensional, coupled and transient heat, air and moisture transfer in three-dimensional corners
Farhad Hemmati, M.A.Sc. candidate

BCIT – Concordia University student

Field experimental investigations of rain penetration into wood-frame wall systems
Elsa Ngudjiharto, M.A.Sc.

Summer student

Characterizing the airflow characteristics of various wall panels
Jordan Ho, B.Eng.