Esmail Mahmoudi Saber

Esmail Mahmoudi Saber

Lecturer

  • Telephone:
    020 7815 7515
  • School/Division:
    Built Environment and Architecture / Civil and Building Services Engineering
 

Dr Esmail Mahmoudi Saber is a Lecturer in the Civil and Building Services Engineering Division in the School of The Built Environment and Architecture. He specialises in building performance modelling and computational fluid dynamics, with interests in building HVAC design and architectural technologies. He has a PhD in building science and architectural technologies from National University of Singapore and has worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the University of Sheffield before joining LSBU in 2017.

Dr Esmail Mahmoudi Saber teaches subjects in the building services area including mathematics and building design.

Dr Esmail Mahmoudi Saber's research spans around building design and control improvement, heating, ventilation and air conditioning system.

Most recent publications

Sekhar, C and Anand, P and Schiavon, S and Tham, KW and Cheong, D and Saber, EM Adaptable cooling coil performance during part loads in the tropics - A computational evaluation. Energy and Buildings, 159. 148-163. DOI 10.1016/j.enbuild.2017.10.086

Saber, EM Performance evaluation of damper control settings for operation of multiple-zone variable air volume reheat system in different building applications and climate types. Building Simulation, 10. 687-696. DOI 10.1007/s12273-017-0353-4

Saber, EM Performance evaluation of low exergy systems depicting decentralized dedicated outdoor air system coupled with radiant cooling in the tropics. doctoral, National University of Singapore.

Saber, EM and Tham, KW and Leibundgut, H A review of high temperature cooling systems in tropical buildings. Building and Environment, 96. 237-249. DOI 10.1016/j.buildenv.2015.11.029

Saber, EM and Mast, M and Tham, KW and Leibundgut, H Ventilation effectiveness and contaminant distribution in an occupied space conditioned with low exergy ventilation technologies in the tropics. In: Healthy Buildings 2015 Europe, 18th May - 20th May 2015, Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Saber, EM and Iyengar, R and Mast, M and Meggers, F and Tham, KW and Leibundgut, H Thermal comfort and IAQ analysis of a decentralized DOAS system coupled with radiant cooling for the tropics. Building and Environment, 82. 361-370. DOI 10.1016/j.buildenv.2014.09.001

Saber, EM and Mast, M and Tham, KW and Leibundgut, H Numerical Modelling of an Indoor Space Conditioned with Low Exergy Cooling Technologies in the Tropics. In: 13th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, 7th July - 12th July 2014, Hong Kong.

Saber, EM and Lee, SE and Manthapuri, S and Yi, W and Deb, C PV (photovoltaics) performance evaluation and simulation-based energy yield prediction for tropical buildings. Energy, 71. 588-595. DOI 10.1016/j.energy.2014.04.115

Bruelisauer, M and Meggers, F and Saber, EM and Li, C and Leibundgut, H Stuck in a stack‚ÄĒTemperature measurements of the microclimate around split type condensing units in a high rise building in Singapore. Energy and Buildings, 71. 28-37. DOI 10.1016/j.enbuild.2013.11.056

More publications at LSBU Research Open

International Building Performance Simulation Association - England.

 
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