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    • De-Coding Urbanity : Learning from and for Old Delhi || Preserving Cultural Urban Codes 

      Kaushal, Kanika (University of Waterloo, 2016-01-14)
      The Walled City Of Old Delhi serves as the heart of metropolitan Delhi. The city is a complex amalgamation of Mughal, Colonial and post Colonial architecture. This overlap has resulted in a rich urban fabric and networked ...
    • Determining Longwave Radiative Properties Of Flat Shading Materials 

      Kotey, Nathan Amon; Wright, John L.; Collins, Michael R. (2008-08)
      Solar gain through fenestration has a significant impact on building peak load and annual energy consumption. Shading devices, attached to fenestration, offer a cost effective strategy in controlling solar gain. The ...
    • Determining Off-Normal Solar Optical Properties of Drapery Fabrics 

      Kotey, Nathan Amon; Collins, Michael R.; Wright, John L. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 2009)
      The determination of off-normal solar optical properties of drapery fabrics is particularly useful in modelling the effective solar optical properties of pleated drapery. Special sample holders were designed and fabricated ...
    • An Examination of Keyes Universal Chart: 50 Years Later 

      Wright, John L.; Huang, Ned Y. T.; Collins, Michael R. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 2016-01)
      From the late 1940's to the late 1960's, significant efforts were made by ASHVE and then ASHRAE to evaluate and quantify the impact of window shading. In the context of the now defunct Shading Coefficient, well known ...
    • Journey into Caldera 

      Li, Run Yi (University of Waterloo, 2017-06-14)
      There is a dormant volcano in the northern province of Jilin, China, called the Baekdu/Chang Bai Mountain. At the top of this 2,744 m mountain is a large caldera filled with water, named “Heaven Lake”. Geologically, this ...
    • Soft Materials under Air Blast Loading and Their Effect on Primary Blast Injury 

      Thom, Christopher (University of Waterloo, 2009-12-07)
      Injury from blast is significant in both military and civilian environments. Although injuries from blast are well-documented, the mechanisms of injury are not well understood. Developing better protection requires knowledge ...


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