Stephen D White
Stephen D White
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A systematic parametric study and feasibility assessment of solar-assisted single-effect, double-effect, and triple-effect absorption chillers for heating and cooling applications
A Shirazi, RA Taylor, SD White, GL Morrison
Energy conversion and management 114, 258-277, 2016
1172016
A review of thermal energy storage technologies and control approaches for solar cooling
S Pintaldi, C Perfumo, S Sethuvenkatraman, S White, G Rosengarten
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 41, 975-995, 2015
1172015
Modelling the performance of a transcritical CO2 heat pump for high temperature heating
SD White, MG Yarrall, DJ Cleland, RA Hedley
International Journal of Refrigeration 25 (4), 479-486, 2002
1072002
Optimisation of a desiccant cooling system design with indirect evaporative cooler
M Goldsworthy, S White
International Journal of refrigeration 34 (1), 148-158, 2011
1012011
Characterization of desiccant wheels with alternative materials at low regeneration temperatures
SD White, M Goldsworthy, R Reece, T Spillmann, A Gorur, DY Lee
International journal of refrigeration 34 (8), 1786-1791, 2011
982011
Comparative study of different desiccant wheel designs
R Narayanan, WY Saman, SD White, M Goldsworthy
Applied Thermal Engineering 31 (10), 1613-1620, 2011
892011
Solar-powered absorption chillers: A comprehensive and critical review
A Shirazi, RA Taylor, GL Morrison, SD White
Energy conversion and management 171, 59-81, 2018
872018
Transient simulation and parametric study of solar-assisted heating and cooling absorption systems: An energetic, economic and environmental (3E) assessment
A Shirazi, RA Taylor, SD White, GL Morrison
Renewable Energy 86, 955-971, 2016
852016
A comprehensive, multi-objective optimization of solar-powered absorption chiller systems for air-conditioning applications
A Shirazi, RA Taylor, GL Morrison, SD White
Energy Conversion and Management 132, 281-306, 2017
812017
The evaluation of the 5-star energy efficiency standard for residential buildings
M Ambrose, M James, A Law, P Osman, S White
Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, 2013
712013
Indoor temperature variations resulting from solar desiccant cooling in a building without thermal backup
SD White, P Kohlenbach, C Bongs
International journal of refrigeration 32 (4), 695-704, 2009
692009
Solar-assisted absorption air-conditioning systems in buildings: Control strategies and operational modes
A Shirazi, S Pintaldi, SD White, GL Morrison, G Rosengarten, RA Taylor
Applied Thermal Engineering 92, 246-260, 2016
682016
A review of photovoltaic thermal (PV/T) heat utilisation with low temperature desiccant cooling and dehumidification
J Guo, S Lin, JI Bilbao, SD White, AB Sproul
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 67, 1-14, 2017
582017
Oxidative coupling of methane over lithium-promoted magnesium oxide catalysts in fixed-bed and fluidized-bed reactors
JH Edwards, RJ Tyler, SD White
Energy & fuels 4 (1), 85-93, 1990
541990
Identifying the molecular origin of global warming
PP Bera, JS Francisco, TJ Lee
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 113 (45), 12694-12699, 2009
532009
Limiting performance mechanisms in desiccant wheel dehumidification
M Goldsworthy, SD White
Applied Thermal Engineering 44, 21-28, 2012
382012
Performance analysis & energy benefits of a desiccant based solar assisted trigeneration system in a building
S Hands, S Sethuvenkatraman, M Peristy, D Rowe, S White
Renewable Energy 85, 865-879, 2016
372016
Energetic evaluation of thermal energy storage options for high efficiency solar cooling systems
S Pintaldi, S Sethuvenkatraman, S White, G Rosengarten
Applied Energy 188, 160-177, 2017
332017
A non-adiabatic desiccant wheel: Modeling and experimental validation
R Narayanan, WY Saman, SD White
Applied thermal engineering 61 (2), 178-185, 2013
292013
Experimental analysis and numerical modelling of an AQSOA zeolite desiccant wheel
M Intini, M Goldsworthy, S White, CM Joppolo
Applied Thermal Engineering 80, 20-30, 2015
232015
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