Muhyiddine Jradi
Muhyiddine Jradi
Associate Professor of Energy Engineering, University of Southern Denmark
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Tri-generation systems: Energy policies, prime movers, cooling technologies, configurations and operation strategies
M Jradi, S Riffat
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 32, 396-415, 2014
Experimental and numerical investigation of a dew-point cooling system for thermal comfort in buildings
M Jradi, S Riffat
Applied Energy 132, 524-535, 2014
Experimental investigation of a biomass-fuelled micro-scale tri-generation system with an organic Rankine cycle and liquid desiccant cooling unit
M Jradi, S Riffat
Energy 71, 80-93, 2014
ObepME: An online building energy performance monitoring and evaluation tool to reduce energy performance gaps
M Jradi, K Arendt, FC Sangogboye, CG Mattera, E Markoska, ...
Energy and Buildings 166, 196-209, 2018
Experimental and theoretical study of an integrated thermoelectric–photovoltaic system for air dehumidification and fresh water production
M Jradi, N Ghaddar, K Ghali
International journal of energy research 36 (9), 963-974, 2012
Comparative analysis of white-, gray-and black-box models for thermal simulation of indoor environment: Teaching building case study
K Arendt, M Jradi, HR Shaker, C Veje
Proceedings of the 2018 Building Performance Modeling Conference and …, 2018
Performance analysis of a soil-based thermal energy storage system using solar-driven air-source heat pump for Danish buildings sector
M Jradi, C Veje, BN Jørgensen
Applied Thermal Engineering 114, 360-373, 2017
Micro-scale ORC-based combined heat and power system using a novel scroll expander
M Jradi, J Li, H Liu, S Riffat
International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies 9 (2), 91-99, 2014
A method for fault detection and diagnostics in ventilation units using virtual sensors
CG Mattera, J Quevedo, T Escobet, HR Shaker, M Jradi
Sensors 18 (11), 3931, 2018
Deep energy renovation of the Mærsk office building in Denmark using a holistic design approach
M Jradi, C Veje, BN Jørgensen
Energy and Buildings 151, 306-319, 2017
A dynamic energy performance-driven approach for assessment of buildings energy Renovation—Danish case studies
M Jradi, CT Veje, BN Jørgensen
Energy and Buildings 158, 62-76, 2018
Medium temperature concentrators for solar thermal applications
M Jradi, S Riffat
International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies 9 (3), 214-224, 2014
Modelling and testing of a hybrid solar‐biomass ORC‐based micro‐CHP system
M Jradi, S Riffat
International Journal of Energy Research 38 (8), 1039-1052, 2014
Dynamic modeling and performance evaluation of building envelope enhanced with phase change material under Danish conditions
M Hagenau, M Jradi
Journal of Energy Storage 30, 101536, 2020
A world class energy efficient university building by danish 2020 standards
M Jradi, FC Sangogboye, CG Mattera, MB Kjærgaard, C Veje, ...
Energy Procedia 132, 21-26, 2017
Novel real-time model-based fault detection method for automatic identification of abnormal energy performance in building ventilation units
M Bang, SS Engelsgaard, EK Alexandersen, MR Skydt, HR Shaker, ...
Energy and Buildings 183, 238-251, 2019
Demand response in commercial buildings with an assessable impact on occupant comfort
MB Kjærgaard, K Arendt, A Clausen, A Johansen, M Jradi, BN Jørgensen, ...
2016 IEEE international conference on smart grid communications …, 2016
Simulation of the transient behaviour of encapsulated organic and inorganic phase change materials for low-temperature energy storage
M Jradi, M Gillott, S Riffat
Applied thermal engineering 59 (1-2), 211-222, 2013
Energy performance of an innovative liquid desiccant dehumidification system with a counter-flow heat and mass exchanger using potassium formate
M Jradi, S Riffat
Renewable Bioresources 2 (5), 2014
Online Energy Simulator for building fault detection and diagnostics using dynamic energy performance model
CG Mattera, M Jradi, HR Shaker
International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies 13 (3), 231-239, 2018
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