The group undertakes research in core areas of energy, specifically in Cities and Infrastructure, Data and Modelling, Energy and Behaviour, Energy and Buildings, Energy for Development, Environmental Impacts, Microgeneration Technologies and Renewable Energy (Solar Photovoltaics and Marine Energy).
Our aim is to promote and undertake fundamental and applied research alongside pre-industrial development in the areas of renewable energy technologies as well as undertaking research related to the efficient use of energy in the built environment.
- Bahaj A.S. and Myers L.E. (2013) Shaping array design of marine current energy converters through scaled experimental analysis, Energy, Volume 59, pp.83-94. view paper
- Blackmore T., Batten W.M.J. and Bahaj A.S. (2013) Inlet grid-generated turbulence for large-eddy simulations, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Volume 27, Issue 6-7, pp. 307-315. view paper
- Teli D., James P.A.B. and Jentsch M.F. (2013) Thermal comfort in naturally ventilated primary school classrooms, Building Research & Information, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 301-316. view paper
- Jentsch M.F., James P.A.B., Bourikas L. and Bahaj A.S. (2013) Transforming existing weather data for worldwide locations to enable energy and building performance simulation under future climates, Renewable Energy, Volume 55, pp. 514-524. view paper
- Bahaj A.S. (2013) Marine current energy conversion: the dawn of a new era in electricity production, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A., Volume 371, No, 1985. view paper