Vahid M. Nik
Vahid M. Nik
Associate Professor (Docent), Lund University - Chalmers - Queensland University of Technology
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Impact study of the climate change on the energy performance of the building stock in Stockholm considering four climate uncertainties
VM Nik, AS Kalagasidis
Building and Environment 60, 291-304, 2013
Passive design optimization of newly-built residential buildings in Shanghai for improving indoor thermal comfort while reducing building energy demand
S Gou, VM Nik, JL Scartezzini, Q Zhao, Z Li
Energy and buildings 169, 484-506, 2018
Electrical hubs: An effective way to integrate non-dispatchable renewable energy sources with minimum impact to the grid
ATD Perera, VM Nik, D Mauree, JL Scartezzini
Applied Energy 190, 232-248, 2017
Making energy simulation easier for future climate – Synthesizing typical and extreme weather data sets out of regional climate models (RCMs)
VM Nik
Applied Energy 177, 204–226, 2016
Impacts of future weather data typology on building energy performance–Investigating long-term patterns of climate change and extreme weather conditions
A Moazami, VM Nik, S Carlucci, S Geving
Applied Energy 238, 696-720, 2019
Assessment of hygrothermal performance and mould growth risk in ventilated attics in respect to possible climate changes in Sweden
VM Nik, AS Kalagasidis, E Kjellström
Building and Environment 55, 96-109, 2012
Quantifying the impacts of climate change and extreme climate events on energy systems
ATD Perera, VM Nik, D Chen, JL Scartezzini, T Hong
Nature Energy 5 (2), 150-159, 2020
Effective and robust energy retrofitting measures for future climatic conditions—Reduced heating demand of Swedish households
VM Nik, E Mata, AS Kalagasidis, JL Scartezzini
Energy and Buildings 121, 176-187, 2016
Climate responsive strategies of traditional dwellings located in an ancient village in hot summer and cold winter region of China
S Gou, Z Li, Q Zhao, VM Nik, JL Scartezzini
Building and environment 86, 151-165, 2015
An integrated approach to design site specific distributed electrical hubs combining optimization, multi-criterion assessment and decision making
ATD Perera, VM Nik, D Mauree, JL Scartezzini
Energy 134, 103-120, 2017
A review of assessment methods for the urban environment and its energy sustainability to guarantee climate adaptation of future cities
D Mauree, E Naboni, S Coccolo, ATD Perera, VM Nik, JL Scartezzini
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 112, 733-746, 2019
Impacts of urban morphology on reducing cooling load and increasing ventilation potential in hot-arid climate
K Javanroodi, M Mahdavinejad, VM Nik
Applied energy 231, 714-746, 2018
Future moisture loads for building facades in Sweden: Climate change and wind-driven rain
VM Nik, SO Mundt-Petersen, AS Kalagasidis, P De Wilde
Building and Environment 93, 362-375, 2015
Application of typical and extreme weather data sets in the hygrothermal simulation of building components for future climate–A case study for a wooden frame wall
VM Nik
Energy and Buildings 154, 30-45, 2017
Statistical methods for assessing and analysing the building performance in respect to the future climate
VM Nik, AS Kalagasidis, E Kjellström
Building and environment 53, 107-118, 2012
A statistical method for assessing retrofitting measures of buildings and ranking their robustness against climate change
VM Nik, E Mata, AS Kalagasidis
Energy and Buildings 88, 262-275, 2015
Hygrothermal simulations of buildings concerning uncertainties of the future climate
VM Nik
Chalmers University of Technology, 2012
A new framework to evaluate urban design using urban microclimatic modeling in future climatic conditions
D Mauree, S Coccolo, ATD Perera, V Nik, JL Scartezzini, E Naboni
Sustainability 10 (4), 1134, 2018
Straw bale: A waste from agriculture, a new construction material for sustainable buildings
A Chaussinand, JL Scartezzini, V Nik
Energy procedia 78, 297-302, 2015
Climate Simulation of an Attic Using Future Weather Data Sets-Statistical Methods for Data Processing and Analysis
VM Nik
Chalmers University of Technology, 2010
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