David Paul Jenkins
David Paul Jenkins
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Blockchain technology in the energy sector: A systematic review of challenges and opportunities
M Andoni, V Robu, D Flynn, S Abram, D Geach, D Jenkins, P McCallum, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 100, 143-174, 2019
6972019
Lifetime prediction and sizing of lead–acid batteries for microgeneration storage applications
DP Jenkins, J Fletcher, D Kane
IET Renewable Power Generation 2 (3), 191-200, 2008
1772008
Micro wind turbines in the UK domestic sector
AD Peacock, D Jenkins, M Ahadzi, A Berry, S Turan
Energy and Buildings 40 (7), 1324-1333, 2008
1732008
Modelling light-pipe performances—a natural daylighting solution
D Jenkins, T Muneer
Building and Environment 38 (7), 965-972, 2003
1322003
Climatic and internal factors affecting future UK office heating and cooling energy consumptions
D Jenkins, Y Liu, AD Peacock
Energy and Buildings 40 (5), 874-881, 2008
1132008
An approach for estimating the carbon emissions associated with office lighting with a daylight contribution
D Jenkins, M Newborough
Applied Energy 84 (6), 608-622, 2007
1132007
Investigating the potential of overheating in UK dwellings as a consequence of extant climate change
AD Peacock, DP Jenkins, D Kane
Energy policy 38 (7), 3277-3288, 2010
1092010
The value of retrofitting carbon-saving measures into fuel poor social housing
DP Jenkins
Energy policy 38 (2), 832-839, 2010
1082010
Probabilistic climate projections with dynamic building simulation: Predicting overheating in dwellings
DP Jenkins, S Patidar, PFG Banfill, GJ Gibson
Energy and Buildings 43 (7), 1723-1731, 2011
792011
Modelling the carbon-saving performance of domestic ground-source heat pumps
DP Jenkins, R Tucker, R Rawlings
Energy and Buildings 41 (6), 587-595, 2009
712009
Will future low-carbon schools in the UK have an overheating problem?
DP Jenkins, AD Peacock, PFG Banfill
Building and Environment 44 (3), 490-501, 2009
672009
Model for evaluating impact of battery storage on microgeneration systems in dwellings
DP Jenkins, J Fletcher, D Kane
Energy Conversion and Management 49 (8), 2413-2424, 2008
662008
Light-pipe prediction methods
D Jenkins, T Muneer
Applied energy 79 (1), 77-86, 2004
662004
A design tool for predicting the performances of light pipes
D Jenkins, T Muneer, J Kubie
Energy and buildings 37 (5), 485-492, 2005
652005
The performance of air-source heat pumps in current and future offices
D Jenkins, R Tucker, M Ahadzi, R Rawlings
Energy and Buildings 40 (10), 1901-1910, 2008
532008
Synthesising electrical demand profiles for UK dwellings
DP Jenkins, S Patidar, SA Simpson
Energy and Buildings 76, 605-614, 2014
432014
Interventions for large-scale carbon emission reductions in future UK offices
DP Jenkins, H Singh, PC Eames
Energy and Buildings 41 (12), 1374-1380, 2009
382009
Statistical techniques to emulate dynamic building simulations for overheating analyses in future probabilistic climates
S Patidar, DP Jenkins, GJ Gibson, PFG Banfill
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 4 (3), 271-284, 2011
362011
Formulation of semi-empirical models for predicting the illuminance of light pipes
D Jenkins, X Zhang, T Muneer
Energy conversion and management 46 (13-14), 2288-2300, 2005
362005
Methods for assessing domestic overheating for future building regulation compliance
DP Jenkins, V Ingram, SA Simpson, S Patidar
Energy Policy 56, 684-692, 2013
342013
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