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12022WORKSPACE RECOMMENDATION FOR EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS BASED ON THERMAL COMFORT AND PERSONALITYCHEN SHUHUA
22011Work-family conflicts experienced by project managers in the Chinese construction industryLiu, J.Y.; Low, S.P. 
32004Wood pyrolysis in high temperature and its kineticsLim, S.M. ; Chew, M.Y.L. 
425-Jul-2020Wind Loading on Scaled Down Fractal Tree Models of Major Urban Tree Species in SingaporeChan Woei Leong ; Yong, Eng; Zhengwei, Ge; Chi Wan Calvin, Lim; Like, Gobeawan; Hee Joo, Poh ; Daniel Joseph, Wise; Daniel C., Burcham; Daryl, Lee; Yongdong, Cui ; Boo Cheong, Khoo 
52023WHY ARE SINGAPOREAN MALAY WORKERS SHUNTING CONSTRUCTION TRADES?MURNI BINTE KAMSANI
6Sep-2019What's in the box?! Towards explainable machine learning applied to non-residential building smart meter classificationMiller, Clayton 
72011What goes up, shouldn't come down: Learning from construction and engineering failuresLove P.E.D.; Lopez R.; Goh Y.M. ; Tam C.M.
82023WASTE MANAGEMENT PROCESS OF ASIAN AIRPORTSANG JIN EN
92020VISUALISING DETAILED CITYGML and ADE at the BUILDING SCALELim, J. ; Janssen, P. ; Biljecki, F. 
106-Aug-2021Viral Load of SARS-CoV-2 in Respiratory Aerosols Emitted by COVID-19 Patients while Breathing, Talking, and SingingColeman, Kristen K; DOUGLAS JIE WEN TAY ; Tan Kai Sen ; Ong, Sean Wei Xiang; THAN THE SON ; MING HUI KOH ; Chin, Yi Qing; Nasir, Haziq; Mak, Tze Minn; CHU JANG HANN ; Milton, Donald K; CHOW TAK KWONG,VINCENT ; PAUL ANANTHARAJAH TAMBYAH ; Chen, Mark; THAM KWOK WAI 
112019Viologen-based electrochromic materials: From small molecules, polymers and composites to their applicationsShah, K.W. ; Wang, S.-X.; Soo, D.X.Y.; Xu, J. 
1216-Mar-2023Viable mpox virus in the environment of a patient room.Marimuthu, Kalisvar ; Wong, Judith Chui Ching; Lim, Poh Lian ; Octavia, Sophie; Huan, Xiaowei; Ng, Yi Kai ; Yang, Jun Jing; Sutjipto, Stephanie; Linn, Kyaw Zaw; Setoh, Yin Xiang ; Ong, Chong Hui Clara; Griffiths, Jane; Farhanah, Sharifah; Cheok, Thai Shawn; Sulaiman, Nur Ashikin Binti; Congcong, Sipaco Barbara; Neves, Erica Sena ; Loo, Liang Hui; Hakim, Luqman ; Sim, Shuzhen; Lim, Merrill; Nazeem, Mohammad; Vasoo, Shawn; Tham, Kwok Wai ; Ng, Oon Tek ; Ng, Lee Ching
132022VERY SHORT-TERM GLOBAL HORIZONTAL IRRADIANCE (GHI) FORECASTING USING MACHINE LEARNINGKILAPARTHI AISHWARYA
142023VERTICAL GREENERY SYSTEMS (VGS) ARE A COMMON SIGHT IN SINGAPORE DUE TO A PUSH FOR GREENER BUILDINGS BY THE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY (BCA). THEY ARE BELIEVED TO DECREASE HEAT GAIN AT THE BUILDING ENVELOPE, REDUCING THE NEED FOR ACTIVE COOLING SYSTEMS LIKE AIR CONDITIONING WHICH MAY HELP MITIGATE THE EFFECTS OF URBAN HEAT ISLAND (UHI). HOWEVER, THERE IS A LACK OF RESEARCH IN SUPPLEMENTING THE COOLING EFFECTS OF VGS WITH ADDITIONAL COOLING SUCH AS CONDENSATE FROM AIR HANDLING UNITS (AHUS) WHICH IS USUALLY TREATED AS WASTEWATER. FURTHERMORE, THERE ARE ALSO LIMITATIONS OF CURRENT VGSS WHICH MAY PROVIDE THE POTENTIAL OF SUPPLEMENTING THEM WITH MORE COOLING. CURRENTLY THERE HAS NOT BEEN MUCH RESEARCH IN THIS AREA. THEREFORE, THIS DISSERTATION AIMS TO PROVIDE COOLING SOLUTIONS TO VGS BY EXPERIMENTING WITH PUMPING CONDENSATE ONTO THE VGS TO IMPROVE THERMAL PERFORMANCE. THIS ALSO ALLOWS US TO SEE THE FEASIBILITY AND PRACTICABILITY OF IMPLEMENTING A SIMILAR SYSTEM ON A LARGER SCALE. BURLE-MARXII WAS CHOSEN AS THE PLANT TO WORK AS A PREVIOUS DISSERTATION FOUND OUT IT HAD GOOD COOLING PROPERTIES. THE RESULTS OBTAINED FROM THE EXPERIMENT SHOWED THAT THE HEAT FLUX INTO THE ROOM INCREASED DESPITE THE ADDITIONAL COOLING MEASURES. THIS MIGHT BE A PROBLEM WITH THE SETUP OR ADDITIONAL CONFOUNDERS NOT FOUND WHICH WILL BE DISCUSSED LATER.BRIAN SOH YONG HUA
152002Ventilation, indoor environment quality and climate - Comparison of European and Singapore office buildingsRoulet, C.-A.; Sekhar, S.C. ; Tham, K.W. ; Cheong, K.W. 
162023VENTILATION RATE IN SINGAPORE’S MARKETS AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SPREAD OF RESPIRATORY DISEASESTAN MEI NA
172011Ventilation comfort chart for semi-outdoor spaces in the tropicsSong, J.F.; Wong, N.H. ; Huang, K.
182002Ventilation characteristics of an air-conditioned office building in SingaporeSekhar, S.C. ; Tham, K.W. ; Cheong, D. 
191996Ventilation and air quality in an office buildingCheong, K.W. 
2022-Feb-2021Variation in Project Management Practices across BordersOfer Zwikael; RD Pathak; Florence Ling ; Sergei Titov; Zafar Husain; Bhavya Sharma; Chin Yang Tay; Danny Samson