Susca, T. (2018). Embodied Carbon of surfaces: inclusion of surface albedo accounting in Life Cycle Assessment. In A. Moncaster, C. De Wolf, & F. Pomponi (Eds.), Embodied Carbon in Buildings, 105-122. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Verlag
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Mohanty, P., Muneer, T., Gago, E. J., & Kotak, Y. (2015). Solar radiation fundamentals and PV system components. In Solar Photovoltaic System Applications: A Guidebook for Off-Grid Electrification, 7-47. Cham: BioMed Central. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-14663-8_2
Solar PV technology has emerged as one of the most matured and fast evolving renewable energy technologies and it is expected that it will play a major role in the future glob...
Muneer, T., & Kotak, Y. (2015). Performance of Solar PV Systems. In Solar Photovoltaic System Applications, 107-135. Cham: Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-14663-8_5
This chapter provides a review of the complete solar photovoltaic system that includes a discussion on the trends in manufacturing technology of the constituting components. T...
Muneer, T., & Tham, Y. W. (2015). Solar energy measurements. In M. Kutz (Ed.), Mechanical Engineers Handbook: Energy and Power, 805-838. (4). Wiley
Muneer, T., Gago, E. J., & Skeaping, D. (2014). Solar thermal panels and insulated windows. In I. Stafell, D. J. L. Brett, N. P. Brandon, & A. D. Hawkes (Eds.), Domestic Microgeneration: Renewable and distributed energy technologies, policies and economics, 136-162. Routledge
Mohanty, P., Muneer, T., & Kolhe, M. (2014). Solar photovoltaic system applications: a guidebook for off-grid electrification. Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-14663-8
Presenting a complete guide for the planning, design and implementation of solar PV systems for off-grid applications, this book features analysis based on the authors’ own la...
Mohanty, P., & Muneer, T. (2013). Smart design of stand-alone Solar PV system for off-grid electrification projects. In S. C. Bhattacharyya, & D. Palit (Eds.), Mini-Grids for Rural Electrification of Developing Countries: Analysis and Case Studies from South Asia, 63-93. Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04816-1_4
Solar PV has seen a remarkable growth across the globe with the total PV installation now exceeding several gigawatts (GW). The technology has the versatility and flexibility ...
Asif, M., & Muneer, T. (2012). Solar water heating. In Encyclopedia of Environmental ManagementTaylor & Francis
Solar water heating is one of the most successful applications of solar thermal technologies. It provides environmentally clean energy and has enormous potential within domest...
Asif, M., & Muneer, T. (2007). Solar water heating: domestic and Industrial applications. In Encyclopedia of Energy Engineering and TechnologyTaylor & Francis
Asif, M., & Muneer, T. (2007). Solar Thermal Technologies. In Encyclopedia of Energy Engineering and Technology, n/a-n/a. Taylor & Francis. doi:10.1081/E-EEE-120042348
Solar thermal technologies are amongst the most diverse and effective renewable energy technologies. They range from low-temperature (200°C) and sophisticated ones like solar ...
Muneer, T., Gueymard, C., & Kambezidis, H. (2003). Solar radiation and daylight models. Elsevier
Rapid sale of the first edition in a relatively short time plus the need to update information
for an area of significant activity has dictated the need for the second...
Muneer, T., Kubie, J., & Grassie, T. (2002). Heat transfer: a problem solving approach. Taylor & Francis
A core task of engineers is to analyse energy related problems. The analytical treatment is usually based on principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer, b...
Muneer, T. (2000). Solar Energy. In J. H. Stephens (Ed.), Kempe's Engineering YearbookCMP Information Ltd
Muneer, T., Han, B., & Truslove, T. E. (1996). Environmental impact analysis of energy efficient windows. In V. Bentivegna, P. S. Brandon, & P. Lombardi (Eds.), Evaluation of the Built Environment for SustainabilityTaylor & Francis
Muneer, T. (1989). Temperature entropy chart for thermodynamic properties of water/ steam substance. Edinburgh Napier University