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ELITH Publications

Selected Publications ( for All ELITH Publications click here )

Indexed according to relevant country/origin/authors, as follows:

W=Warwick X=China T=Thailand U=Uganda Z=Tanzania C=Cambridge

(Example: XW04 is a publication about China, prepared by China + Warwick)

W01 On Mortarless Masonry, T.H.Thomas, Warwick, ELITH, 2016 (ELITH WP EWP IIB-4)
W02 Low income housing in hot climates: reducing energy use and climate emissions: state of the art and new directions. C.Butters, Warwick/ELITH/Kampala 2016
W03 Walling Shape & Materials Usage, T.H.Thomas, Warwick, ELITH, 2016 (ELITH WP EWP IIB-7)
W04 Energy, climate and buildings – the dynamics of change. Which processes help sustainable building to happen Faster? C.Butters, Warwick/ELITH, 2015
W05 District Cooling. Solutions for Energy, Emissions and Urban Heat Island in Hot Climate Cities. C.Butters, Warwick/ELITH, 2016
W06 Experimental interlocking stabilised-sopil block data (E Africa), T.H.Thomas et al, Warwick, ELITH, 2016 (ELITH Working Paper EWP IIB-8)
W07 The Carbon Impact of Site Works and Infrsastructures.Butters (BRI submitted).ELITH, 2016. C.Butters, T.H.Thomas, Warwick/ELITH, 2016.
W09 Enhancing air movement by passive means in hot climate buildings. C.Butters, Warwick/ELITH 2014
XW01 Sustainable living and urban density: the choices are wide open. A.Cheshmehzangi, C.Butters, ELITH, CUE2015, Fuzhou China 2015
XW02 Refining the Complex Urban: The Study of Urban Residential Typologies for Reduced Future Energy and Climate Impacts. A.Cheshmehzangi, C.Butters IFOU, Incheon, Korea 2015
XW03 Urban Green Infrastructure for Cities of Developing Countries. A.Cheshmehzangi, C.Butters, ELITH. China/Thailand 2015
X04 China’s Urban Housing: The Review of Three Housing Typologies and Patterns. L.Gálvez, A.Cheshmehzangi ELITH, Ningbo 2015
X05 Energy and Housing Conditions in China: The Survey Study of Zhuhai, South China. A.Cheshmehzangi, ELITH. Jof HS, 2014
XW06 The Effects of Improved Built Form on Urban Cooling: Review of Passive Strategies and Urban Design Case Studies. A.Cheshmehzangi, C.Butters. SEE 2014, Bangkok 2014
XW07 Chinese urban residential blocks: Towards improved environmental and living qualities. A.Cheshmehzangi, C.Butters. Urban Design International 2016,
XW08 Sustainable Urban Block Design Proposal, Ningbo. A.Cheshmehzangi, C.Butters, UNNC/Warwick/ELITH 2016
T01 A Survey of Housing Features and Thermal Comfort of Medium and Low Income Earners in Thailand. JGSEE/KMUTT, Thonburi. ELITH 2014
T02 Energy Use and Carbon Emission of Low-medium-income Houses in Northern Thailand. Tummu et al., Maejo International Journal of Science and Technology. ISSN 1905-7873 Available online at , 2016
T03 Public efforts to mobilize private energy efficiency finance: lessons learned from the energy efficiency revolving fund of Thailand. V.Streitferdt, S.Chirarattananon, SEE2014/A-006, Thailand ELITH 2014
T04 Greenhouse gas emissions from low income house construction: case study in Baan Eua-Arthorn project in Thailand. H.Loyprakhon, S.Chiarakorn, P.Rakkwamsuk, SEE 2014/D-026, KMUTT/ELITH 2014
T05 Embodied Energy and Carbon of Low Income Thai housing. Chirarattananon et al., KMUTT/ELITH
U01 Popular building techniques and material utilisation in low income tropical housing: a contextual review on Uganda. T.Niwamara, A.Ndibwami, M.Olweny, UMU/ELITH 2014
UC02 Embodied Energy of Rural Houses in Uganda. The Nkozi Survey. R.Mutschler, Cambridge/ELITH 2016
UC03 Investigating the rationale for material selection in tropical housing projects in Uganda - A Case for Interlocking Stabilised Soil Blocks (ISSB) Technology. M.Nambatya, Cambridge/ELITH, 2015
U04 Adoption of appropriate technology in construction: A pilot study of compressed earth blocks uptake in Kamuli District, Uganda. T.Niwamara, A.Ndibwami. SBE16, Cairo 2016
ZW01 CPD Sustainable Construction: Energy analysis of buildings and building materials. S.Halliday, GAIA / ELITH, Tanzania 2015
ZC02 Energy and Low Income Housing, Tanzania. B.Coombs, Cambridge, ELITH 2015
ZC03 Transition in Housing Design in Rural Tanzania’s Temperate Tropical Regions: An Analysis of Thermal Comfort Performance and Possible Design Improvements. M.Eyre, Cambridge, ELITH 2015
Z04 The present housing challenge in Tanzania and efforts towards provision of affordable housing. E.Kwanama, NHBRA, National Conference of The Institution of Engineers, Dar Es Salaam 2015
C01 Environmental Impacts and Embodied Energy of Construction Methods and Materials in Low-Income Tropical Housing. A.Hashemi, H.Cruickshank, A.Cheshmehzangi. Sustainability 2015, 7, 7866-7883