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CURRICULUM VITAE

1. NAME : DR. NARENDRA KUMAR BANSAL

2. FATHER’S NAME : Late Professor O.P. Gupta

3. AGE & DATE OF BIRTH : 64years, January 17, 1944

4. PRESENT OCCUPATION AND : Vice Chancellor,SMVD University


ADDRESS Katra 182 320
J&K, India
Responsible for planning and establishing the
university as highly technical and fully residential
institution on IIT pattern.
5. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS :
Degree Institute/University Divison/Position

Ph.D. I.I.T. Delhi Degree awarded 1969


M.Sc.(Physics) I.I.T. Delhi High first class with highest marks
B.Sc.(Science) Agra University, Agra High first class

6. SPECIALISATIONS : Renewable Energy, Energy Conservation, Energy


Planning and Economics
7. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE :

41 years of teaching and R&D experience in the field of energy in various positions as
follows :

Position Organization, Period

Vice Chancellor SMVD University, Katra December 2004-till date


J&K

Professor Centre for Energy Studies April 1988 – November 2004


(CES), IIT Delhi
Assistant Professor - do- Sep. 1979 – 1987
Lecturer St. Stephen’s College, Univ., 1970 – 1979
of Delhi

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8. ADMINISTRATATIVE & MANAGEMENT EXPEREINCE :

A. Vice Chancellor, SMVD University, Responsible for planning an establishing


from scratch an institution of excellence since Dec. 2004

B. Head, Centre for Sept.1997 – Aug. 1999 Created an M.Tech Program in


Energy Studies, IIT Energy & Environment
Delhi Management, Initiated a Lab.
for Environmental Problems, IT
Technology for Energy

Coordinator, Energy July 1991 – Aug. 1997 National Thrust Area of Energy
Conservation, IIT Delhi Conservation
C Project Management Vast Experience of managing and executing large projects
such as :
National 1. Passive Space
conditioning in
Buildings
2. Solar Roof Project
3. Solar Assisted
Biogas Systems
4. 20 more projects
including industry
R&D
International Indo German Projects on :
1. Plastic Solar Collectors
2. Solar Drying
3. Passive Houses
4. Simulation Models for Buildings
5. Energy and Environmental Analysis for Power
Producing Systems
6. Statistical Analysis and Meteorological Data and Test
Reference Years
7. EU-India project on Capacity Building for Solar
Technologies in INDIA and Asian region(sanctioned
2004)
8. EU-India project: Renovation and protection of
Historical Buildings in India (Sanctioned 2004)

D Conference and Seminar

Organizer of 1. National Solar Energy Convention, 1978


2. Silver Jubilee Conference of Solar Energy Society of
India, 1992
3. National Seminar of Renewable Energy Policy, 1995
4. International seminar on Environmental Sustainability,
1999
And atleast 10 more National Seminars and Schools

9. INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE :

As Faculty

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Guest Professor University of Applied Science July 2003-June 2004
Aachen, Germany Aug.1999 – July 2000
Guest Professor University of Essen June 1999
Essen, Germany
Guest Professor Arizona State University February 1996
USA
Guest Professor University of Applied Science March 1995 – Aug. 1995
Aachen, Germany
Guest Professor University of Applied Science Feb. 1990 – Jan. 1991
Aachen, Germany
Visiting Scientist Cranefiled Institute of Technology Aug. 1988
Reading University ,U.K.
Visiting Scientist As Research Centre, Juelich April 1981 – Aug. 1982
Alexander Von Germany
Humboldt Fellow
Visiting Scientist As Nuclear Research Center April 1976 – July 1977
Fellow of the Karlsruhe, Germany
German Academic
Exchange Program
Visiting Fellow International Centre for February 1980
Theoretical Physics
Trieste, Italy
Also visited and lectured at Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden, national
Fenestration rating Council, Maryland USA, University of Munich, University of Kassel,
Siegen University Germany and Oak Ridge National University, USA
10. AWARDS AND HONOURS

Solar Pioneer from India Title from German Magazine


Sun, Wind and Heat January 2004
Guest of Honor First World Engineers June 2000
Conference, Hanover, Germany
Pioneer in Renewable Energy World Renewable Energy 1998
Network, UK
Dr. CM Jacob Gold Medal System’s Society of India 1992
Member Scientific Advisory Solar AG, Ministry of Economics Since 1990
Committee & Research, North Rhine
Westphalia
Holder of Alexander Von Humboldt Fellowship, German Academic exchange Fellowship,
CSIR and IITD Scholarships
11. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

34 years of teaching and R&D experience


Author/editor of 17 books, 16 reviews and about 250 publications in International Journals
of Repute
Guided 35 students for their Ph.D. and 40 students for their M.Tech degree and a number
of international students

12. OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

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Member Editorial Board, Building Science and Environment, An international journal
published every month by Elsevier Scientific Publishers, Netherlands

Member Editorial Board, SESI Journal(Journal of the Solar Energy Society of India)

Member Editorial Advisory Board, TERI Information Digest on Energy and Environment.

Board Member, Winrock International India

Academic Council Member of Vastu Kala Academy and TVB School of Habitat Studies,
New Delhi.

Honorary Life Member, Solar Institute, University of Applied Physics, Aachen, Germany.

Member of Several National and International Committees and Societies.

Former National Member of Indo-UK REC project on Energy.

IREDA’s panel expert on Solar Energy Commercialisation

Former Program Director on Solar Passive Buildings for Staff College of Engineers,
Hyderabad.

Former Member, Steering Group of the International Solar Energy Society of India on Low
Energy and Solar Passive Architecture.

Former Member of Central Network on Renewable Energy (CNRE), FAO, UN, Rome Italy.

Former Member, Board of Directors, India House Development.

Former Associate Member of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP),
Trieste, Italy.

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13. INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE
Very close cooperation with industries, particularly in terms of consultancies, especially to
mention is SINTEX, Tata Consultancy Services, Punjab Ago Industries, Raunk Industries
etc.

Set up a technology incubation unit at IITD for Energy Saving Projects.

Also acted as consultant to governmental and agencies as Ministry of Non-conventional


Energy Sources, Tata Energy Research Institute, Swedish Energy development Agency,
Ministry of Economics Cooperation, Germany and Planning Commission of India, etc.

Skills
14.
Powerful writing, computer codes like DOE 21e,trnsys, tsbi3 and MARKAL, Extremely good
teaching, and well experienced in Management and Innovative Research

Excellent in Resource Generation. Recently responsible for acquiring three projects


sponsored by the European Union worth Rs.5 Crores

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List of Publications

(Prof. N.K. Bansal and Co-authors)

A. Books

1. M.S. Sodha, N.K. Bansal, P.K. Bansal and Ashwini Kumar, Solar Passive Building : Science
and Design, Pergamon Press, U.K. 1986.

2. M. S. Sodha, N.K. Bansal, P.K. Bansal and Ashwini Kumar, Solar Crop Drying Vol. I and Vol.
II, Fundamentals Technology and Economics, A Text Book, CRC Press, New York, 1986.

3. N.K. Bansal and V.V.N. Kishore (Editors) Energy Options for the 90’s, Tata McGraw Hill, New
Delhi, 1988.

4. K.S. Rao, N.K. Bansal and V.V.N. Kishore (Editors), Techno economics of Renewable
Energy Power Generation System, Sarita Prakashan, Meerut, 1989.

5. N.K. Bansal and V.V.N. Kishore (Editors), Renewable Energy for Rural Development, Tata
McGraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1989.

6. N.K. Bansal, M. Kleemann and M. Meliss, Renewable Energy Sources and Conversion
Technology, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1990.

7. N.K. Bansal and G. Minke, Climatic Zones and Rural Housing in India, ISBN 3-89336-008-5
(1990) and ISBN (19965), Research Centre Juelich, 52428 Juelich, Germany.

8. N.K. Bansal and H.M. Chawla (Editors), Recent Advances in Alternate Energy Sources, Tata-
McGraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1991.

9. N.K. Bansal (Editor), Decentralized Energy: options and Technology, Omega Publishers,
New Delhi, 1993.

10. N.K. Bansal, G. Hauser and G. Minke, Passive Building Design: A Handbook of Natural
Climatic Control, Elsevier, Holland, 1994.

11. N.K. Bansal (Editor), New Dimensions in Renewable Energy, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,
1993.

12. A. Krishan and N.K. Bansal (Editors), Solar Architecture: An Indo-German Initiative, Max-
Mueller Bhawan, New Delhi, 1996.

13. J. -F. Hake, N.K. Bansal and M. Kleemann (Editors), Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction
Strategies, Avebury, U.K. 1999.

14. N.K. Bansal, Photovoltaic System : A Manual, Omega Publishers, Delhi (2003).

15. N.K. Bansal and J. -F. Cook, (Editors) Sustainability through Buildings, Omega Publishers,
Delhi,2001.

16. N.K. Bansal and K. Rijal (Editors), Profiting from Sunshine; Passive Solar Building in the
Mountains, ISBN- 92-9115-099-1 ICIMOD, Kathmandu, 2000.

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17. Narendra Bansal and Jyotirmay Mathur, Wind Energy Utilization:An Appraisal of Projects in
India and Germany, Anamaya New Delhi,2002

B. Review Chapters in Books

1. N.K. Bansal: Plastic solar collectors, Chapter-I in Reviews of Renewable Energy


Sources, Vol. 1, ed. M.S. Sodha et al, Wiley Eastern Calcutta and John Wiley (1993)
also appeared in ASSET a UNU publication and BHAGIRATH an Indian magazine of
Energy.

2. N.K. Bansal and R. Ramachandra: Solar Air Heaters, Chapter-4 in Reviews of


Renewable Energy Sources, Vol. 2, ed. M.S. Sodha et. Al, Wiley Eastern, Calcutta and
John Wiley (1984).

3. N.K. Bansal: Thermosyphon Water Heating Systems, Chapter 3 in Reviews of


Renewable Energy Sources Vol. 3, Ed. MS Sodha et al., Wiley Eastern and John Wiley
(1985),

4. N.K. Bansal and H.P. Garg, Solar Crop Drying - Chapter 6 in a book entitled ‘Recent
Developments in Solar Drying’ Ed. A.S. Majumdar, Hemisphere Publications, N.Y.
(1987).

5. N.K. Bansal and V. Gupta: Methods for Natural Cooling of Buildings, in Energy and
Habitat, Ed. V. Gupta, Wiley Eastern, Calcutta (1984).

6. N.K. Bansal and V. Gupta : Considerations in the Building Design for Space/Water
Heating in Energy and Habitat, Wiley Eastern, Calcutta (1984).

7. N.K. Bansal: Testing Methods for Solar Energy Collectors and Solar Water Heating
System, in Review of Renewable Energy Sources Vol. 4 ed M.S. Sodha et al., Wiley
Eastern and John Wiley (1987).

8. N.K. Bansal: Glazing Materials for Solar Collectors, in Solar Water Heating Systems ed.
H.P. Garg, P. 243, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland (1985).

9. N.K. Bansal: Heat Exchanger Optimization for Hot Water Heating Systems in Solar Water
Heating Systems ed. H.P. Garg, P. 247, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht,
Holland (1985).

10. N.K. Bansal: Domestic Thermosysphon Water Heating Systems ed. H.P. Garg, P. 299,
D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland (1985).

11. N.K. Bansal : Passive Heating and Cooling Aspects in Physics and Engns. Of solar
Energy ed. H.P. Garg, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland (1987).

12. N.K. Bansal: Solar Crop Drying fundamentals and Case Study, in Physics and Engns. Of
Solar Energy ed. H.P. Garg, P., D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht, Holland
(1987).

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13. N.K. Bansal: Techniques of Solar Corp Dryers in Modern Methods of Plant Analysis, Vol.
10, and Eds. H.F. Linskens & J.F. Jackson, Springer Verlag (1988).

14. N.K. Bansal: Solar Thermal system Commercialization, Royal Scientific Society, Amman
Jordan, (1992).

15. N.K. Bansal: Biogas Technology, in Technoeconomics of Renewable Energy Systems,


eds. Rao, Kishore and Bansal, Sartia Prakashan, Meerut, (1988).

16. N.K. Bansal: Solar Crop Drying, in Renewable Energy for Rural Development, Eds.
Kishore V.V.N. and Bansal N.K., Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1988.

17. N.K. Bansal and J. -F-Hake, Energy Needs and Supply Options for Developing
Countries, Energy, VDI, Duesseldorf, Germany, 2000.

18. N.K. Bansal, The Patterns of Energy Use in the HKH Region of India, Chapter 4, Energy
Use in Mountain Areas, ed. K. Rijal, ICIMOD, Kathmandu, Nepal, 1999.

19. N.K. Bansal, Co2 Reduction Potential Through Renewable Energy Sources and Rational
Energy Use in India, Chapter 10 in “Strategies and Technologies for Greenhouse Gas
Mitigation”, Editors Hake et al, Ashgate, Brookfield, 1999.

20. N.K. Bansal and H.P. Garg, Energy Requirements and Alternate Uses in Residential
Sector of India, Chapter 17 in “Strategies and Technologies for Greenhouse Gas
Mitigation”, Editors Hake et al, Ashgate, Brookfield, 1999.

21. N.K. Bansal, Development of Co2 Emissions in India, Chapter 3, in “Strategies and
Technologies for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation”, Editors Hake et al, Ashgate, Brookfield,
1999.

C. State of Art Reports

1. Solar Crop Drying, A 1500 page UNDP report No. GLO/SO/003 World Bank,
Washington, DC, USA under a World Bank Consultancy Project.

2. Status Report on Testing Methods for Solar energy Collectors and Solar Water Heating
Systems, for Department of Nonconventional Energy Sources, Ministry of Energy, Govt.
of India (1986).

3. Assessment of Renewable Energy Technologies in the Union Territory of Delhi the State
of Madhya Pradesh, for Planning Commission of India (1986). No. A-12813/17/85/Admn.
-1.

4. Energy Requirements for a Small Village in India, for International Office, KFA Juelich,
West Germany (1986).

5. Evaluation of Earth Air Tunnel System at St. Methodist Hospital Jaisinghpura, Mathura, a
project report for Department of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Ministry of Energy,
govt. of India (1984).

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6. Plastic solar Collectors for Air and Water Heating, a project report for Department of Non-
Conventional Energy Sources, Ministry of Energy, Govt. of India (1985).

7. Design, Construction and Evaluation of Solar Passive Houses in Srinagar, Jodhpur and
Delhi, a project report for Department of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Ministry of
Energy, govt. of India (1987).

8. Solar Water Heating systems for Cold Climate at Leh, a project report for Department of
Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Ministry of Energy, govt. of India (1986).

9. Solar Driers, Contributed for Renewable Energy Technologies, eds., L.A. Kristoferson
and V. Bokaldus, Pergamon Press, Oxford (1988).

10. Standardization of Solar Water Heating System, Non-conventional Energy Development


Agency, Lucknow (UP).

11. Computer Simulation for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Vol. II III, IV Central Public Works
Department New Delhi,, I 1995-96.

12. Passive Building Design for Hostel Building of RIIREPD Shillong, 1996.

13. Solar air-conditioning of TCS Buildings, Tata Consultancy Services, Pune, 1994.

14. Energy Efficient Windows, Solar Energy Centre, 1996.

15. Damage to Wind Energy Systems in Gujarat, NEG Micon, Chenai, 1998.

D. General Articles in Magazines/Journals

1. Potential of Solar Drying in Developing Countries, Sun World, 8, (1),(1984).

2. Solar Energy: State of Art in India, sun world, 5 (5), 143 (1981).

3. Biomass to Meet Energy Requirement of Rural India, Urja, XVII(9), 65(1985).

4. Plastic Solar Collectors, Bhagirath, XXX, 126(1983).

5. Ground Water Investigations in Backward Areas of Haryana State, Kurukshetra, April


(1988).

6. Solar Energy in India, Gujarat Energy Development Agency, Proc. Of a Seminar


February, (1991).

7. Required profile of an Energy Engineer, Energy Opportunities, 1, p-16, 1992.

8. Major Energy Research Projects and activities in CES, Energy Opportunities, 2, p-2,
1992

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E. Manuals

1. DAYLGT., Manual for Daylighting Design, Energy Software Development Group, IIT
Delhi, 1988.

2. Design, Testing and Development of a Low Cost Meteorological Station, CES, IIT Delhi,
1988.

3. Solar Home Systems: Stand Alone Systems for Farm Houses or Remote Area
Applications, Omega, Delhi, 1999.

4. Solar Photovoltaics: A Question and Answer Primer, Omega, Delhi, 1999.

5. Solar Water Pumping, Omega, Delhi, 1999.

F. Research Papers in International Journals with co-authors as well as single


authored.
Energy and Environmental Analysis, Policy and Planning.

1. Energy and subsistence in Nepalese agriculture, Bioresource Technology, 37, 61-69,


1991.

2. Assessment of Rural Energy Resources: Methodological guidelines, Energy Systems


and Policy, 14, 101-124, and 1991.

3. Economics of Electricity Production and Distribution of Rural Areas of Nepal, Energy


System and Policy, 101, 1992.

4. Decentralized Energy Planning Model for a typical village in India, Energy Research.

5. Rural Household Energy Demand Modeling: a case study of Nepal, Energy


Economics 279, October 1991.

6. Energy in Subsistence Agriculture, a case study of Nepal, Int. Journal of Energy


Research, 15, 1991.

7. Energy in Subsistence Agriculture: Methodological guidelines, Energy Systems and


Policy, 14, 195, 1992.

8. Rural Household Energy Demand Modeling, Energy Economics 279, October, 1990.

9. Household Energy use behavior in Rural of Nepal, The Economic Journal of Nepal,
Tribhuwan University, 13 (2)(1990).

10. Evaluation of Economic Supply Price in Selected Regions of Nepal: it’s Relevance in
Rural Energy Formulation. The Economic Journal of Nepal, 13, 23, 1990.

11. Economics of Biomass Gasification in Rural Areas of Nepal, Biomass, UK, 1991.

12. Economics of Shaft Power Applications in Rural Areas of Nepal, Energy (USA), 1992.

13. Economics and Technical Consideration of Charcoal Production in Nepal, Applied


Energy, 1992.

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14. Cost of Mining Coal to the Indian Economy, Energy sources, 17, 195-212, 1995.

15. Energy Analysis of Solar Photovoltaic module production in India, Energy Sources,
17, 606-613, 1995.

16. A Technoeconomic Assessment of solar assisted Biogas systems, Energy Sources,


10 (4), 1989.

17. A Simple Cost Analysis for Hybrid Systems, Solar energy 32 (4), 561 (1984).

18. Economic Analysis solar Systems, Energy Conversion and Management, 25, (2) 159-
169 (1985).

19. A Technoeconomics Simulation Model for a Hybrid Solar Water Heating System,
Energy Research, Vol. 10 (1986).

20. Technoeconomic Analysis of Typical Solar Dryers, Energy Conversion and


Management, 31 (16, 509 (1991).

21. Optimization of Solar Collector Area for Solar Thermal Systems, First European
Conference on Solar heating held at Amsterdam, 29 April - 5 May (1984).

22. Economic Analysis of Solar Systems, Energy Conversion and Management, 25(2), 159,
1985.

23. Energy Scenario and Future Strategies: Renewable Energy Potential, J. Energy
Opportunities, 1, 10, 1997.

24. Cumulative Energy Demand of Selected Renewable Energy technologies, Int. J. Life
Cycle Assessment, 1 (3), 144-149, 1999.

25. Energy Analysis of Solar Water Heating Systems in India, Int. J. Life, Cycle Assessment,
4 (3). 144-149, 1999.

26. Analysis of Selected Renewable Energy Options for India, Energy Sources, 23(10),
877,2001

27. Energy and Environmental Correlations for Renewable Energy Systems in India, Energy
Sources, 24(1), 19,2002.

28. Water Resource Development in the Yamuna River Basin, Journal of Environmental
studies and Policy, 4(1), 21,2002

29. Investigation of Greenhouse Gas Reduction Potential and Change in Technology


Selection in the Indian Power Sector, Energy Policy, 31,1235-1244,2003.

30. Delphi Research Assessment for Popularizing Compact Fluorescent Lamps in India, Int.
J. Energy Technology and Policy, 1(3), 2003

31. Sectorial Energy Demands and MARKAL Allocations of Energy Resources in India,
IJGEI, 18(2/3), 4,2002.

32. Disseminating Energy Efficient Technologies- a case study of compact fluorescent lamps
in India, Energy Policy,31(3),259-272,2003.

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33. Dynamic Energy Analysis to Assess Maximum Growth Rates in Developing Power
Generation Capacity: Case Study of India, Energy Policy, 2002.

34. Area Differentiated Modelling Of Excess Nutrients and Contaminant Leaching Risks at
the River Basin Scale Using Hydrological Approach in India, IJEP,19(3),2003.

35. Energy Saving Initiatives in Lighting in India vis-à-vis International Experience: A Focus
on Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs), Global Business Review, 411,p153-168,2003.

Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Solar Architecture

36. Building Components and Energy Efficiency in Buildings, International


Journal of Ambient Energy, 22(3), 2001,123

37. Evaluation of Natural Cooling Techniques in Indian Climatic Conditions ,


International Journal of Ambient Energy, 23(1), 2002,47

38. Emerging Trends for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Invited Review International Journal
of Renewable Energy Engineering, 1 (3), 77-87, and 1999.

39. Effect of Moisture Transfer across Building Components on Room Temperature, Building
and Environment, Pergamon Press, 37,11-17,2002

40. Periodic Solution of Luikov Equations for Heat and Mass Transfer in Capillary Porous
Bodies, Int. J. Energy Research, 23, 875-885, 1999.

41. Periodic Solution of Heat and Mass Transfer in Plane Geometry, Int. Communication
Heat and Mass Transfer, 22(5), 761-770, 1995.

42. Comparison of Periodic Solution Method with TRNSYS and SUNCODE for Thermal
Building Simulation, Solar Energy, 57(1), 9-18, 1996.

43. Application of U and g Values for Sizing Passive Concepts, Solar Energy, 57 (5), 361-
373, 1996.

44. Determination of Glazing Area in Direct Gain Systems for Three Different Climatic Zones,
Solar Energy, 53(1), 81-90, 1994.

45. Solar Heat Gain Factors and Heat Loss Coefficients for Passive Heating Concepts, Solar
Energy, 53(2), 199-208, 1994.

46. Calculation of Solar Radiation Intercepted by Nubian Vault and Dome Shaped Buildings,
Int. J. Energy Research, 21, 723-736, 1997.

47. Characteristic Parameters of a Hypocaust Construction, Building and Environment,


1998.

48. Evaluation of Hypocaust heating of Buildings, J. Ambient Energy, 1999.

49. Smart Occupancy Sensors to Reduce Energy Consumption, Energy and Building, 32,
81-87, and 2000.

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50. Task Heating Using Fuzzy Logic Control, Energy and Buildings 39. Integration of
Photovoltaic Technology in Cafeteria Building at the IIT Delhi, Renewable Energy, 19,
65-70, 2000.

51. Heat Loss Estimation and Net Heat Gain for Nubian Vault and Dome Shaped Buildings,
Energy research, 1999.

52. Solar Chimney for Enhanced Stack Ventilation, Building and Environment, 28 (3), 373-
377, 1993.

53. Effect of Exterior Surface Color on Thermal Performance of Buildings, Building and
Environment, 27(1), 31, 1992.

54. A Solar Passive Building for hot and Arid Zone, Energy Conversion and Management,
3291), 1-9, 1991.

55. Effect of Finite Thermal Conductivity on the Thermal Performance of a Storage Medium,
Building and Environment, 21 (314), 189-194, 1986.

56. An Earth Air Tunnel System for Cooling of Buildings, Tunneling and Underground Space
Technology, 1 (2), 177-182, 1986.

57. Optimization of an Evaporation Cooler for Space Cooling, Int. J. Housing Science and Its
Applications, 11 (3), 225-231, 1981.

58. Sizing of an Evaporative Cooler for Thermal Comfort inside a Room, Int. J. Housing
Science and Its Applications, 11 (2), 141-148, 1987.

59. Evaluation of Complex Heat Transfer Coefficients for Passive heating Concepts, Building
and Environment, 22, 259-268, 1987.

60. A Study of an Underground Air Tunnel System for Space Cooling, Journal of Solar
Energy Society of India, 2, 27, 1987.

61. Analysis of Passive Heating Concepts, Solar Energy, 30 (1), 51, 1983.

62. Solar Passive Heating Through Thermosiphon Air Panel, Int. J. Energy Research. 12,
217-285, 1988.

63. Thermal Modelling of a New Solar Collector Cum Storage Units for Passive Heating, Int.
J. Energy Re4search, 8 (1), 19, 1984.

64. Periodic Analysis of Ventilated Trombe Wall, Int. J. Energy Research 7 (1), 163, 1983.

65. Passive Demonstration Projects in India, Sun World, 5 (6), 184 (1981).

66. A Study of Three Different Storage Media Under the Floor, Energy Conversion and
Management, 25(3), 303-307 (1985).

67. Evaluation of Passive Heating Concepts, in Alternate Energy Source IV, Vol. 2, Am
Arbor T.N. Veziroglu, p. 4 (1987).

68. An Experimental & Theoretical Study of a Winter Greenhouse, Energy Conversion &
Management, 27 (A), 395-400 (1987).

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69. Energy Conservation in Buildings: A Passive Approach, proceedings of the Institution of
Engineers of India, New Delhi (1981).

70. Comparative Performance of Different Passive Cooling Approaches, Building and


Environment, 21 92), 65-69 (1986).

71. Evaluation of an Earth Air Tunnel System for Cooling of a Hosptial Complex, Building
and Environment, 20 (2), 115, 1986.

72. Analysis of a Direct Gain Concept for Non-Conditioned Buildings, Energy Conversion
and Management, 26(2), 237-243, (1986).

73. Calculation of Appropriate Size Fixed Sun Shade Overhangs Over Windows of Different
Orientation, Energy Conv. and Management, 26, 314, 283-288, (1986).

74. Radiative Losses from Building Components in Clusters, Energy Conversion and
Management 28, 315-321 (1988).

75. A Comparison of Admittance and Fourier Methods for Predicting Cooling/Heating Loads,
Solar Energy 36, 125(1986).

76. On the Variance of the Ground Temperature Distribution, Applied Energy, 8, 245-254
(1981).

77. Enhanced Reduction of Heat Flux through a Roof by a Water Film and Air Gap
Combination, Energy Research, 5, 289-298 (1981).

78. Optimum Distribution of Concrete in a Double Hollow Concrete Slab, Energy Research,
5, 289-298 (1981).

79. On Increasing Solar Gains Through Roof/Wall with a Thermal Trap, Energy Research, 5,
313-320 (1981).

80. Thermal Performance of a Moving Insulation Solarium, Building and Environment, 17(1),
23, (1981).

81. Temperature Distribution Inside Ground for Various Surface Conditions, Building and
Environment, 16(3), 183 (1981).

82. Periodic Analysis of a Transwall: A Passive Heating Concept, Applied Energy, 14, (1), 33
(1993).

83. Performance of Earth Air Tunnels, Int. Energy Research, 7 (4), 333 (1983).

84. Periodic Analysis of Roof Radiation Trap system : A Passive Heating Concept, Applied
Energy, 13 (3), 165 (1993).

85. Stand Alone Energy Systems

86. Dynamics and Control of Isolated Wind Diesel Power Systems, Int. J. Energy Research,
19, 729-740, 1995.

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87. Decentralized Power for Indian Villages in Decentralized Energy: Options and
Technology, OMEGA Publishers, New Delhi, 1993.

88. Technoeconomics comparison of PV Diesel and Handpumps for Rural Water Supply,
SESI Journal 3(1), 11-24 (1993).

89. Load Frequency Control of Isolated Wind-Diesel-Microhydro Hybrid Power Systems,


Energy, 22 (5), 461, 1997.

90. Dynamics and Control of Isolated Wind-Diesel Power Systems, Int. j. Energy Research
19, 729, (1995).

91. A Study of a Greenhouse Concept on Conventional Biogas Systems for Enhancing


Biogas Yield in Winder Months, Int. J. Energy Research, 9, 119-128 (1985).

92. Social Response after Installation of Greenhouse over Community Biogas Plant at
Masoodpur, (Biogas News Jan. 1985).

93. Heat Loss Reduction for the Gas Holder of a Community Size Biogas Plant, Int. J.
Energy Research, 9, (1985).

94. Study of an Indian Biogas System Plant with a Water Pond, Energy Research, Vol. 9,
475-479 (1985).

95. An Economic evaluation of Community Size Biogas Plant, Energy and Management,
10(3), 165 (1985).

96. Effect of PVC Greenhouse in Increasing the Biogas Production in Temperate Cold
Climatic Conditions, Energy Conversion and Management, 27 (1), 83-90, 1987.

97. Performance of a ground collector and storage system with a thermal trap, Applied
Energy, 9, 112, 1981.

98. Heat Transfer Coefficient for constant flow solar and collector/storage system, Applied
Energy, 10, 151, 1982.

99. Performance of a Thermal Trap flat plate solar energy collector, Applied Energy, 10, 2-3,
1982.

100. Analytical Evaluation of a Solar Collector/Storage System with and without Movable
Insulation, Applied Energy, 11, 289, 1982.

101. Transit Theory of a Tubular Solar Collector, Solar Energy, 32 (1), 67, 1984.

102. Heat Loss Optimization of a concentrated Cylindrical Solar Collector Employing Cobalt
Oxide Selective Absorber, Applied Energy, 14(2), 143, 1983.

103. Performance Parameters of an Evacuated Tubular Collector With a U-Tube Fluid


Channel, Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 109-346, 1987.

104. Transient Analysis of a CPC Collector with a Time Dependent input Function, Solar
Energy, 38(3), 179-1987, 1987.

105. Thermal modeling of a Natural Conventional Solar Water Heating System with a
Thermosyphonic Flow, Int. J. Solar Energy (Europe), 2, 425-438, 1984.

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106. Parametric Study of a Thermal Trap Solar Energy Collector, Int. J. Energy Research, 8,
203-211, 1985.

107. Analysis of Directly Heated Open and Closed Swimming Pools, Int. j. Energy Research,
9, (2), 211, 1985.

108. Analysis of a Black Liquid Flat Plate Collector, Int. J. Energy Research 8 (1), 31, 1984.

109. Domestic Solar Water Heating System with a Thermal Trap Flat Plate Solar Energy
Collector, Applied Energy, 19, 111-127 (1985).

110. Side by Side Comparison of Pressurized and Non-pressurized Solar Water Heating
System with a Thermosiphonic Flow, Solar Energy, 34, (414), 317-328 (1985).

111. Rating Parameters for a Solar Energy Collector of a Tubular Shape, Journal of Solar
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112. Validation of a Simple Thermal Model for Solar Water Heating Systems, Solar and Wind
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113. Steady State Thermal Analysis of an Evacuated Collector with a CPC Booster, Solar and
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114. Thermal Performance of a Matrix Air Heater, Energy Research, 6, 103-110 (1982).

115. Design and Thermal Performance of a Matrix Solar Air Heater, Energy Conversion, 21
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116. Performance of a Black Matrix Air Heater, International Journal of Energy, 6 (5), 334
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117. Analysis of a Nonporous Double Flow Solar Air Heater, Applied Energy 12, 251-258,
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118. A Study of Storage Effects in a Matrix Air Heater, Applied Energy (1982).

119. Analysis of Solar Sand Heater, int. J. Energy Research, 7 (3), 242, 91983).

120. A Simplified Theory for a Matrix Solar Air Heater, Int. J. Energy Research, 1 (2), 173
(1983).

121. Analysis of a Glass Solar Air Heater, Energy Conversion and Management, 23 (4), 231
(1983).

122. An Experimental Study of a Finned and Nonporous Type Solar Air Heater Using a Solar
Simulator, Energy Conversion and Management, 25 (2), 135-138 (1985).

123. Performance Equations for Air and Water Heating Systems Energy Conversion and
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124. Analysis of a Cylindrical Plate Matrix Solar Air Heater, Solar and Wind Technology, 2 (2),
95, (1985).

125. Performance Parameters of an Evacuated Tubular Collector with a U Tube Fluid


Channel, Journal of Solar Energy Engineering.

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126. On the Boundary Conditions Applicable in the Analysis of a Matrix Air Heater, Energy
Conversion and Management, 24 (4), 281-285 (1984).

127. Effect of Non-Uniform 1-Temperature Distribution on a Receiver of an Evacuated Tube


Collector on its Performance Parameters, Energy Conversion and Management (1986).

128. Solar Sterilization of Water, Solar Energy, 40(1), 35-39, 1987.

129. Performance of a Plastic Solar Air Heater with a Textile Porous Absorber, Int. J. Energy
Research, 7 (4), 375 (1983).

130. Development and Testing of Low Cost Solar Energy Collectors for Heating Air, Solar
Energy (2), 197, (1984).

131. A Study of Plastic Shallow Solar Pond Water Heater for Domestic Applications, Solar
Energy, 43 (6), 505-512.

132. Thermal Performance of Plastic Film Solar Air and Water Heaters, Energy Research, 11,
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133. Modeling of Diffusion in Capillary Porous Materials during the drying process, Drying
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134. Simplification of DTA method to determine latent heat of fusion of phase change
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135. Solar Thermal Storage Systems Using Phase Change Materials, J. Energy Research,
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136. Performance equations of a collector cum storage system using phase change
materials, Solar Energy, 48(3), 185, and 1992.

137. Performance, testing and evaluation of a solid absorption solar cooling unit, Solar
Energy, Solar Energy,

138. Periodic solution of Heat and Mass Transfer Equation in Plane Geometry,
International Communication of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2(5), 761-770, 1995.

139. Periodic Solution of Luikov Equation for Heat and mass Transfer in capillary Porous
Bodies, Int. J. Heat & Mass Transfer ,22(5),761,1995.

140. Performance Equation of a collector cum storage system using phase Change
Materials, Solar Energy 48(3), 185, 1992.

141. An Analytical Study of Latent Heat Storage System in a Cylinder, Energy Conversion
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142. The temperature distribution along thin rods kept at constan6t high temperature at
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143. The temperature distribution along thin rods kept at constant high temperature at both
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144. Propagation of Gaussian beams through parabolic index optical wave-guides with
random dielectric constant gradient, Fiber and Integrated Optics, 2, 299, 1979.

145. On the response of a critical point reactor to inherent reactivity noise input, Annuals of
Nuclear Energy, 6, 1-5, 1979.

146. Quasistatic treatment of the influence of band limited white reactivity nose on an
uncontrolled critical point reactor, KFK 2424, Kerforshungsgentrum Karlsruhe, FRG,
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147. Power Spectrum of density; fluctuations in a reactive diffusive system: resistance


fluctuation spectroscopy, Pramana, 1979.

148. The asymptotic behavior of a critical point reactor in the absence of a controller, KFK
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149. Stability of moments in simple neutronic system with stochastic parameters, Nuclear
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150. Statistical description of a point reactor in the absence of delayed neutrons,


Atomkernenergie, 28(2), 79, 1976.

151. A calculation of the time dependent probability distribution for point reactor,
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152. Exact Calculations of first moment in a simple neutronic system, Nuclear Science and
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153. 143. Calculation of moments for point reactor without delayed neutrons; Journal of
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154. On the calculation of the fundamental mode of the one velocity neutron transport
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155. On the fundamental mode decay constant for a spherical assembly (one velocity
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156. Non-1/v thermalization parameters in water, Journal of Nuclear Energy, 22, 517-524,
1968.

157. Some calculations on thermalization of neutrons in Graphite, Journal of Nuclear


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158. Neutron wave propagation through graphite, Journal of Nuclear Energy, 23, 439-441,
1969.

159. On the approach to equilibrium of a thermal neutron beam in a poisoned water


assembly, Proc. National Symposium on Radiation Physics, Trombay, Nov. 24-17, p.
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160. On the complete eigen value spectrum for the neutron wave problem in multigroup
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161. Continuum modes in Neutron wave propagation in graphite, Journal of Nuclear


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162. Analysis of diffusion length problem in the presence of large absorption, Journal of
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Papers in Conference

1. Energy Savings Through Efficient Building Elements in Different Climatic Zones of India,
Solar Electricity, Proceedings of III International Conference, Sharjah, Taylor and
Francis,1998.

2. Solar Photovoltaic Systems for Petrol Pumps in India, Solar Electricity, Proceedings of III
International Conference, Sharjah, Taylor and Francis, 1998.

3. TRNSYS Simulations of Domestic Hot Water in India and Optimal Design Solar
Electricity, Proceedings of III International Conference, Sharjah, Taylor and Francis,1998.

4. Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through Renewable Energy Utilization, NAFEN


xi International Conference and Exhibition on Sustainable Development, Dec.15-17,1997.

5. Energy Needs and Supply Options for Developing Countries, World’s Engineers
Convention, Professional Congress Energy Hannover, VDI Verlag,117,2000

6. Climatic Zones and Thermal Comfort, Proc. Of a Seminar on Sustainability in Buildings,


IIT Delhi, May 1999.

7. Building Energy Requirements in Different Climatic Zones of India, Proc. Of a Seminar on


Sustainability in Buildings, IIT Delhi, May 1999.

8. Traditional Architecture and Use of Energy Conserving Concepts in Modern Buildings,


Proc. Of a Seminar on Sustainability in Buildings, IIT Delhi, May 1999.

9. Renewable Energy Options for Developing Countries,in New Energy Sources:A Way to
Sustainable Development,p 54-68,23-9-30-9,Forschungszentrum Juelich Germany,2002.

10. Building Integrated Photovoltaics in India(Invited Speaker), World Renewable Energy


Congress VII,p635,Elsevier,2002..

11. Real Time Fuzzy Logic Controller for Energy Efficient Operation of Passive Devices in
Buildings, World Renewable Energy Congress VII, p640, Elsevier,2002..

12. Carbon Taxes in Indian Energy Sector: Introduction of a Tool for Reduction of
Greenhouse Gas Emissions, World Renewable Energy Congress VII,p788,Elsevier,2002

13. Optimised Window Area and Orientation of Buildings in India, Bauklimatisches


Symposium,p200-209,Invited Speaker,Technical University, Dresden,2002.

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14. Development of Life Cycle Cost Optimisation Tools for Buildings, Proceedings of an
International Conference on Healthy Buildings:2003, NSU,Dec.2003.

15. Solar Drying Systems, WREN 1998, Proc. Of World Renewable Energy congress V
1998, Florence, Pergamon Press, 1998.

16. Emerging Trends for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Proc. World Renewable Energy
Congress VI, ed. A. Sayigh, p. 350, Pergamon UK, 2000.

17. Energy and Environmental Analysis of Wind Energy System, Proc. World Renewable
Energy Congress VI, ed. A. Sayigh, p. 1209, Pergamon UK, 2000.

18. Thermal Performance of a Rock Bed Storage System, Terrastock 2000, Univ. Of
Stuttgart, Germany, 28Aug. To 1 Sept. 2000.

19. Solar Chimney with Thermal Storage Effects for Stack Ventilation, Terrastock 2000, Univ.
Of Stuttgart, Germany, 28Aug. To 1 Sept. 2000.

20. An Experimental Study and Economic Aspects of Pressurized and Non-Pressurized Solar
Water Heating Systems with Thermosyphonic Flow, Solar World Congress, Perth, 14-19,
1993.

21. Performance Prediction of a Thermal Trap Solar Energy Collector, Proc. Of National
Solar Energy Collector, Proc. Of National Solar Energy Convention.

22. A Novel Solar Sterlization Water and Distillation System, Proc. ISES World Conference,
Denver, USA, 1991.

23. Use of Transparent Insulation as Cover in an Integrated Collector Cum Storage System,
Proc. ISES, World Congress, Denver, USA, 1991.

24. Development and Testing of Plastic Solar Air Heaters with a Porous Textile Absorber,
DGS (German Society) Sonnenforum, 4, 392, Berlin, 1982.

25. Comparison of Plastic Solar Air Water Heaters of Different Materials, DGS (German
Society), Sonnenforum, 4, 401, Berlin, 1982.

26. Efficiency and Economic Qualifications of Solar Flat Collectors, DGS, 4, 408, Berlin,
1982.

27. Plastic Solar Collectors in Europe, TERI Workshop on Plastic for Solar Thermal
Applications, New Delhi, Aug. 18, 1985.

28. Solar Crop Drying : Status and Prospects, in Renewable Energy for Rural Development.
Proc. NSEC, 1988, p. 385, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

29. Energy Flows in plantation Industry, in Energy perspectives in Plantation Industry, ed. C.
Palaniappan et al, p1, Interline Publishing, Bangalore, India, 1993.

30. Passive Cooling Techniques for a Building in Hot Arid Zones, Paper presented in the
1987 Convention of International Solar Energy Society held in Hamburg, 13-18 Sept.,
1987.

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31. Climatological Architectural Census of India, in Energy Options for the 90’s, Tata McGraw
Hill, New Delhi, 1988.

32. Performance of Greenhouse Coupled Biogas Plant in Winter Months of Northern India,
Bio Energy, World Conference held at Gothenburg (Sweden), 15-16 March, 1985.

33. Development of Community Biogas Programme in India, EC Conference on Biomass,


Venice, 28-31 March 1985.

34. Enhancement of Biogas production Using Shallow Solar Pond Water heater, EC
Conference in Biomass, Venice 28-31 march, 1985.

35. Solar Assisted Biogas System, Proceeding of First Conference of the Bio-Energy Society
of India, held in New Delhi, October, 191-196, 1994.

36. Thermal Comfort Conditions in Residential Housing, in Low Cost Housing and
Infrastructure, Indian National Academy of engineering, p. 379, 1994.

37. Elements of Passive Building Design, in Harmony with Nature, Proc. Of ISES, Budapest,
Pergamon Press, 1994.

38. Energy Optimization Through Simulation Models, in Harmony with Nature, Proc. Of ISES,
Budapest, Pergamon Press, 1994.

39. Solar Passive Buildings : Concepts and Elements, Proc. NSEC 92, p. 239, Tata McGraw
Hill Book Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1993.

40. Solar Gain Factors and Heat Loss Coefficients for Passive Heating Concepts, in New
Dimensions in Renewable Energy, NSEC 92, p. 239, Tata McGraw Hill Book Publishing
Company, New Delhi, 1993.

41. Space Heating through Integration of Wood/charcoal Stove, Regional Workshop on


Wood Stoves, Nepal, Beb. 12-14, 1996.

42. Energy Saving Through Energy Efficient Windows in Different Climatic Zones of India, in
a Workshop on Energy Efficient Windows, Solar Energy Centre, March 1, 1996.

43. Climate and Energy Management in Buildings in passive Building Systems, Seminar held
at IIT Delhi, 1997.

44. A Simple procedure for Selection and Sizing of Indirect Passive Solar Heating Systems,
Building and Environment, 26(4), 387, 1991.

45. Key Concepts of Energy Conserving Architecture, Proc. Of CPWD Seminar on Energy
Efficiency in Buildings, CPWD Training Institute, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi, 1992.

46. Bioclimatic Analysis of Indigenous Houses in Different Climates of India, ISES


Conference 1991, at Denver, American Section of International Solar Energy Society,
1991.

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47. Construction with Low Energy Materials, ISES, Conference at Denver, American Section
of International Solar Energy Society, 1991 and sent for publication Energy and Building,
1991.

48. Solar passive Building : Science and Design, in new Dimensions in Renewable Energy,
Proc. of NSEC 93, p. 239, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1992.

49. Comparative Performance of Passive Heating Concepts, Proceedings of a Passive


Concepts Organized by the German Section of the ISES, Nov. 1981.

50. Earth Air Tunnel System, Proceedings of a Conference organized by the German Section
of the ISES, Nov. 1981.

51. Solar Energy and Building Architecture, Proc. Int. Conf. On Energy Conservation in
Buildings, CBRI Roorkee, India, p. 54 (1984).

52. Energy Conservation in Buildings, Proc. Int. Conf. On Energy Conservation in Buildings,
CBRI Roorkee, India, p. 167 (1984).

53. Performance of Three Passive Buildings in Different Climatic Regions of India, European
Conference on Architecture, 6-10 April 1987, Commission of the European Communities,
Brussels.

54. An Experimental Study of Solar Collector Cum Storage System with Phase Change
Materials, in Energy Options for 90’s Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1988.

55. Latent Heat Thermal Storage systems, Proc. Of an Indo-US Workshop on Industrial
Applications of Solar Energy, CBRI, Roorkee, 1987.

56. Development of a Dynamic Lighting and Venetian Blind Control System, Proceedings of
Renewable Energy Sources for Environmental protection and Sustainable Development,
Kota, Jan. 2000.

57. Issues Related to Use of Wireless Sensors and Wireless Networks in Building
Automation, Proceedings of Renewable Energy Sources for Environmental protection
and Sustainable Development, Kota, Jan. 2000.

58. Automation and Energy Savings, Proceedings of International Seminar on Environment


Sustainability Through Architecture and Energy Management in Buildings, New Delhi
April, 1999.

59. Energy Savings in Buildings Through a Real Time Fuzzy Logic Control System,
Proceedings of International Conference on Cognitive Systems, New Delhi, December,
1997,

60. Automatic Building Controls and PV Systems, proceedings of National Passive Building
Design Seminar, Shimla, July, 1997.

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