Marianne Touchie
Marianne Touchie
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Verified email at utoronto.ca
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Correlating energy consumption with multi-unit residential building characteristics in the city of Toronto
MF Touchie, C Binkley, KD Pressnail
Energy and Buildings 66, 648-656, 2013
442013
Assessment of moisture content measurement methods of dried food products in small-scale operations in developing countries: A review
MV Zambrano, B Dutta, DG Mercer, HL MacLean, MF Touchie
Trends in Food Science & Technology 88, 484-496, 2019
242019
A review of factors affecting occupant comfort in multi-unit residential buildings
MS Andargie, M Touchie, W O'Brien
Building and Environment 160, 106182, 2019
232019
Testing and simulation of a low-temperature air-source heat pump operating in a thermal buffer zone
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail
Energy and buildings 75, 149-159, 2014
222014
Exceeding the Ontario Building Code for low-rise residential buildings: Economic and environmental implications
AM Di Placido, KD Pressnail, MF Touchie
Building and environment 77, 40-49, 2014
202014
Residential HVAC runtime from smart thermostats: characterization, comparison, and impacts
MF Touchie, JA Siegel
Indoor Air 28 (6), 905-915, 2018
162018
Evaluating summertime overheating in multi-unit residential buildings using surveys and in-suite monitoring
MF Touchie, ES Tzekova, JA Siegel, B Purcell, J Morier
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Thermal Performance of …, 2016
102016
Rethinking performance gaps: A regenerative sustainability approach to built environment performance assessment
S Coleman, MF Touchie, JB Robinson, T Peters
Sustainability 10 (12), 4829, 2018
92018
Thermal comfort in multi-unit social housing buildings
EDL Patiño, D Vakalis, M Touchie, E Tzekova, JA Siegel
Building and Environment 144, 230-237, 2018
92018
Indoor environmental quality perceptions of social housing residents
D Vakalis, M Touchie, E Tzekova, HL MacLean, JA Siegel
Building and Environment 150, 135-143, 2019
82019
Evaluating a proposed retrofit measure for a multi-unit residential building which uses an air-source heat pump operating in an enclosed balcony space
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail
Energy and buildings 85, 107-114, 2014
82014
Using suite energy-use and interior condition data to improve energy modeling of a 1960s MURB
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail
Energy and buildings 80, 184-194, 2014
82014
Improving energy model calibration of multi-unit residential buildings through component air infiltration testing
CH Lozinsky, MF Touchie
Building and Environment 134, 218-229, 2018
62018
A Promise to Future Generations
M Touchie, KD Pressnail, A Beheshti, E Tzekova
Engineering Leadership Review 1 (1), 7-13, 2010
62010
Assessing potential energy retrofits of multi-unit residential buildings in the Greater Toronto Area
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail, ES Tzekova
Proceedings of the 14th Canadian Conference on Building Science and …, 2014
52014
Energy Savings by Retrofitting Multi-Unit Residential Buildings: Case Studies
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail, ES Tzekova
Proc. 3 rd Building Enclosure Science and Technology (BEST3) Conference …, 2012
52012
Meta-analysis of energy consumption in multi-unit residential buildings in the Greater Toronto Area
C Binkely, M Touchie, K Pressnail
Toronto Atmospheric fund: Toronto, Canada, 2012
52012
NTED: An innovative design using nested thermal envelopes to achieve significant reductions in energy use
E Dixon, K Pressnail, R Richman
Proc. Thermal Performance of Exterior Envelopes of Whole Buildings XI …, 2010
52010
Investigating the potential impact of a compartmentalization and ventilation system retrofit strategy on energy use in high-rise residential buildings
M Carlsson, M Touchie, R Richman
Energy and Buildings 199, 20-28, 2019
42019
A compartmentalization & ventilation system retrofit strategy for high-rise residential buildings in cold climates
M Carlsson, M Touchie, R Richman
Energy Procedia 132, 867-872, 2017
42017
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