Items by Coley, Professor David
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Coley, D., 2008. Energy and Climate Change : Creating a Sustainable Future. London: Wiley-Blackwell.
Coley, D., 2012. Energy efficiency: Alternative routes to mitigation. In: Booth, C., Hammond, F. N., Lamond, J. and Proverbs, D. G., eds. Solutions for Climate Change Challenges in the Built Environment. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 153-162.
Blight, T. S. and Coley, D. A., 2013. Sensitivity analysis of the effect of occupant behaviour on the energy consumption of passive house dwellings. Energy and Buildings, 66, pp. 183-192.
Ramallo-González, A.P., Eames, M.E. and Coley, D.A., 2013. Lumped parameter models for building thermal modelling : An analytic approach to simplifying complex multi-layered constructions. Energy and Buildings, 60, pp. 174-184.
Eames, M., Kershaw, T. and Coley, D., 2012. A comparison of future weather created from morphed observed weather and created by a weather generator. Building and Environment, 56, pp. 252-264.
Coley, D., Kershaw, T. and Eames, M., 2012. A comparison of structural and behavioural adaptations to future proofing buildings against higher temperatures. Building and Environment, 55, pp. 159-166.
De Wilde, P. and Coley, D., 2012. Editorial article: The Implications of a Changing Climate for Buildings. Building and Environment, 56, pp. 1-7.
Eames, M., Kershaw, T. and Coley, D., 2011. On the creation of future probabilistic design weather years from UKCP09. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 32 (2), pp. 127-142.
Eames, M., Kershaw, T. and Coley, D., 2011. The creation of wind speed and direction data for the use in probabilistic future weather files. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 32 (2), pp. 143-158.
Morton, T. A., Bretschneider, P., Coley, D. A. and Kershaw, T., 2011. Building a better future: An exploration of beliefs about climate change and perceived need for adaptation within the building industry. Building and Environment, 46 (5), pp. 1151-1158.
Simm, S. and Coley, D., 2011. The relationship between wall reflectance and daylight factor in real rooms. Architectural Science Review, 54 (4), pp. 329-334.
Morey, S., Coley, D. A. and Kershaw, T., 2010. Accessing the thermal mass above suspended ceilings via a perimeter gap: a CFD study of naturally ventilated spaces. International Journal of Ventilation, 9 (2), pp. 163-175.
Kershaw, T., Sanderson, M., Coley, D. and Eames, M., 2010. Estimation of the urban heat island for UK climate change projections. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 31 (3), pp. 251-263.
Coley, D. and Kershaw, T., 2010. Changes in internal temperatures within the built environment as a response to a changing climate. Building and Environment, 45 (1), pp. 89-93.
Kershaw, T., Eames, M. and Coley, D. A., 2010. Comparison of multi-year and reference year building simulations. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 31 (4), pp. 357-369.
Coley, D. A., Hunt, S. and Mitchell, A., 2009. Acoustics in schools: Explaining the options to architects by the use of approximate formulae and graphs, with a special emphasis on dining spaces. Indoor and Built Environment, 18 (6), pp. 505-513.
Coley, D. A., Howard, M. and Winter, M., 2009. Local food, food miles and carbon emissions: A comparison of farm shop and mass distribution approaches. Food Policy, 34 (2), pp. 150-155.