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  • The thermo-hygrometric environment in cathedrals in Ireland 

    SHIELL, CHRISTOPHER DEREK (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2018)
    Research was carried out into the often conflicting concepts of thermal comfort, conservation of artefacts and preservation of the 57 active cathedral buildings on the island of Ireland. Whilst the use to which these ...
  • A review of structural failures in Ireland 

    DUCKENFIELD, IAN JAMES (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2018)
    Many technical papers have been written and presented to the structural engineering community in Ireland giving details of major projects successfully completed. These projects are on time and under budget. Far more ...
  • Facade integrated concrete solar collectors 

    O HEGARTY, RICHARD DIARMUID (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2018)
    Concrete solar collectors are a type of solar thermal collector that are formed by embedding pipes within a layer of concrete that acts as the solar energy absorber. Concrete is a cheap, durable and abundant material that ...
  • Development of predictive control strategies for building climate control 

    NAGPAL, HIMANSHU (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2018)
    The rapid growth in energy usage and CO2 emissions has become a critical issue for the whole world. It is noteworthy that buildings are a major contributor to global primary energy consumption. Among building services, use ...
  • The impact of domestic wastewater treatment system effluent on private water wells: an evaluation of contamination fingerprinting techniques 

    FENNELL, CHRISTOPHER (Trinity College Dublin. School of Engineering. Disc of Civil Structural & Environmental Eng, 2017)
    The absence of a public water supply network in many rural areas of Ireland means that approximately 162,000 households rely on private wells for their water provision. In many cases such rural areas are also not connected ...

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