Paul Raftery

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Paul Raftery has been a key contributor to CBE’s research since joining us in 2013. His overarching purpose is to improve building energy efficiency by investigating advanced integrated HVAC systems. He has deep hands-on experience in a range of areas: HVAC engineering, energy modeling, building automation systems and controls, fault detection and diagnosis, full-scale laboratory experiments, measurement and verification, machine learning, and software development.

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6 Jun 2017

Radiant cooling and heating has the potential for improved energy efficiency, demand response, comfort, indoor environmental quality, and architectural design. Many radiant buildings have demonstrated outstanding performance in these regards, and application of the technology in commercial buildings is expanding. However, there are no well-established...

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