Marianne Touchie
Marianne Touchie
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
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A review of factors affecting occupant comfort in multi-unit residential buildings
MS Andargie, M Touchie, W O'Brien
Building and Environment 160, 106182, 2019
Assessment of moisture content measurement methods of dried food products in small-scale operations in developing countries: A review
MV Zambrano, B Dutta, DG Mercer, HL MacLean, MF Touchie
Trends in Food Science & Technology 88, 484-496, 2019
Correlating energy consumption with multi-unit residential building characteristics in the city of Toronto
MF Touchie, C Binkley, KD Pressnail
Energy and Buildings 66, 648-656, 2013
Residential HVAC runtime from smart thermostats: characterization, comparison, and impacts
MF Touchie, JA Siegel
Indoor Air 28 (6), 905-915, 2018
Thermal comfort in multi-unit social housing buildings
EDL Patiño, D Vakalis, M Touchie, E Tzekova, JA Siegel
Building and Environment 144, 230-237, 2018
Testing and simulation of a low-temperature air-source heat pump operating in a thermal buffer zone
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail
Energy and buildings 75, 149-159, 2014
Managing thermal comfort in contemporary high-rise residential buildings: Using smart thermostats and surveys to identify energy efficiency and comfort opportunities
H Stopps, MF Touchie
Building and Environment 173, 106748, 2020
Exceeding the Ontario Building Code for low-rise residential buildings: Economic and environmental implications
AM Di Placido, KD Pressnail, MF Touchie
Building and environment 77, 40-49, 2014
Indoor environmental quality perceptions of social housing residents
D Vakalis, M Touchie, E Tzekova, HL MacLean, JA Siegel
Building and Environment 150, 135-143, 2019
Rethinking performance gaps: A regenerative sustainability approach to built environment performance assessment
S Coleman, MF Touchie, JB Robinson, T Peters
Sustainability 10 (12), 4829, 2018
Case study: A survey of perceived noise in Canadian multi-unit residential buildings to study long-term implications for widespread teleworking
MS Andargie, M Touchie, W O’Brien
Building Acoustics, 1351010X21993742, 2021
The role of occupants in buildings’ energy performance gap: myth or reality?
A Mahdavi, C Berger, H Amin, E Ampatzi, RK Andersen, E Azar, ...
Sustainability 13 (6), 3146, 2021
Reduction of HVAC system runtime due to occupancy-controlled smart thermostats in contemporary multi-unit residential building suites
H Stopps, MF Touchie
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 609 (6), 062013, 2019
Investigating the potential impact of a compartmentalization and ventilation system retrofit strategy on energy use in high-rise residential buildings
M Carlsson, M Touchie, R Richman
Energy and Buildings 199, 20-28, 2019
Evaluating summertime overheating in multi-unit residential buildings using surveys and in-suite monitoring
MF Touchie, ES Tzekova, JA Siegel, B Purcell, J Morier
13th International Conference on Thermal Performance of the Exterior …, 2016
Evaluating a proposed retrofit measure for a multi-unit residential building which uses an air-source heat pump operating in an enclosed balcony space
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail
Energy and buildings 85, 107-114, 2014
Using suite energy-use and interior condition data to improve energy modeling of a 1960s MURB
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail
Energy and buildings 80, 184-194, 2014
Improving energy model calibration of multi-unit residential buildings through component air infiltration testing
CH Lozinsky, MF Touchie
Building and Environment 134, 218-229, 2018
Assessing potential energy retrofits of multi-unit residential buildings in the Greater Toronto Area
MF Touchie, KD Pressnail, ES Tzekova
Proceedings of the 14th Canadian Conference on Building Science and …, 2014
Residential smart thermostat use: An exploration of thermostat programming, environmental attitudes, and the influence of smart controls on energy savings
H Stopps, MF Touchie
Energy and Buildings 238, 110834, 2021
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