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Mcgregor, F., Heath, A., Shea, A. and Lawrence, M., 2014. The moisture buffering capacity of unfired clay masonry. Building and Environment, 82, pp. 599-607.
Moran, F., Blight, T., Natarajan, S. and Shea, A., 2014. The use of Passive House Planning Package to reduce energy use and CO emissions in historic dwellings. Energy and Buildings, 75, pp. 216-227.
McGregor, F., Heath, A., Fodde, E. and Shea, A., 2014. Conditions affecting the moisture buffering measurement performed on compressed earth blocks. Building and Environment, 75, pp. 11-18.
Huang, P., Chang, W.-S., Ansell, M., Chew, J., Shea, A., Zeidler, A. and Pickering, S., 2014. Heat transfer simulation and experimental studies of bamboo in radial direction. In: World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE) 2014, 2014-08-10 - 2014-08-14, Quebec City.
Barclay, M., Holcroft, N. and Shea, A., 2014. Methods to determine whole building hygrothermal performance of Hemp-lime buildings. Building and Environment
Huang, P., Chang, W.-S., Shea, A., Ansell, M. P. and Lawrence, R. M. H., 2014. Non-homogeneous thermal properties of bamboo. In: Aicher, S., Reinhardt, H. W. and Garrecht, H., eds. Materials and Joints in Timber Structures. Springer, pp. 657-664. (RILEM Bookseries; 9)
Shea, A. D., Wall, K. and Walker, P., 2013. Evaluation of the thermal performance of an innovative prefabricated natural plant fibre building system. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 34 (4), pp. 369-380.
Nordby, A. S. and Shea, A. D., 2013. Building materials in the operational phase : Impacts of direct carbon exchanges and hygrothermal effects. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 17 (5), pp. 763-776.
Lawrence, M., Shea, A., Walker, P. and De Wilde, P., 2013. Hygrothermal performance of bio-based insulation materials. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Construction Materials, 166 (4), pp. 257-263.
Beadle, K. and Shea, A., 2013. Post-occupancy evaluation of a mixed-use academic office building. In: Hakansson, A., Hojer, M., Howlett, R. J. and Jain, L. C., eds. Sustainability in Energy and Buildings. Berlin: Springer, pp. 501-510. (Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies; 22)
Shea, A. D., Lawrence, M. and Walker, P., 2012. Hygrothermal performance of an experimental hemp-lime building. Construction and Building Materials, 36, pp. 270-275.
Dimitriadou, E. and Shea, A., 2012. Experimental Assessment and Thermal Characterization of ETFE Foil. In: ATINER's Conference Paper Series. Athens Institute for Education and Research. (ATINER CONFERENCE PAPER SERIES; CON2012-0145)
Shea, A., Beadle, K. and Walker, P., 2010. Dynamic simulation and full-scale testing of a pre-fabricated straw-bale house. In: International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment (ICSBE-2010), 2010-12-13 - 2010-12-14, Kandy.
Shea, A. D., Robertson, A. P., Levermore, G. J. and Rideout, N. M., 2010. Measurements of the performance of a wind-driven ventilation terminal. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Structures and Buildings, 163 (2), pp. 129-136.
Hinnells, M., Layberry, L., Curtis, D. and Shea, A., 2008. Transforming UK non-residential buildings: achieving a 60% cut in CO2 emissions by 2050. In: IEECB Focus 2008: Improving Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings Conference, 2008-04-10 - 2008-04-11, Frankfurt.
Shea, A. D., Robertson, A. P., Aston, W. I. and Rideout, N. M., 2003. The performance of a roof-mounted natural ventilator. In: 11th International Conference on Wind Engineering (11th ICWE), 2003-06-02 - 2003-06-05, Lubbock, Texas.
Shea, A., Hoxey, R. P. and Levermore, G. J., 2002. The performance of a wind and stack driven ventilation device. In: Proceedings of the 5th UK Wind Engineering Society Conference. Hemel Hempstead: Anemos Associates.
Sharples, S. and Shea, A. D., 2000. Daylight transmission of atrium roofs under overcast and partly cloudy skies. Lighting Research and Technology, 32 (3), pp. 153-155.
Sharples, S. and Shea, A. D., 1999. Roof obstructions and daylight levels in atria: a model study under real skies. Lighting Research and Technology, 31 (4), pp. 181-185.