Aytaš Kubilay
Aytaš Kubilay
Chair of Building Physics, ETH Zurich
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CFD simulation and validation of wind-driven rain on a building facade with an Eulerian multiphase model
A Kubilay, D Derome, B Blocken, J Carmeliet
Building and environment 61, 69-81, 2013
772013
Numerical simulations of wind-driven rain on an array of low-rise cubic buildings and validation by field measurements
A Kubilay, D Derome, B Blocken, J Carmeliet
Building and Environment 81, 283-295, 2014
482014
High-resolution field measurements of wind-driven rain on an array of low-rise cubic buildings
A Kubilay, D Derome, B Blocken, J Carmeliet
Building and Environment 78, 1-13, 2014
402014
Numerical modeling of turbulent dispersion for wind-driven rain on building facades
A Kubilay, D Derome, B Blocken, J Carmeliet
Environmental Fluid Mechanics 15 (1), 109-133, 2015
332015
Wind-driven rain on two parallel wide buildings: Field measurements and CFD simulations
A Kubilay, D Derome, B Blocken, J Carmeliet
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 146, 11-28, 2015
272015
Computational fluid dynamics simulations of wind-driven rain on a mid-rise residential building with various types of facade details
A Kubilay, J Carmeliet, D Derome
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 10 (2), 125-143, 2017
172017
Coupling of physical phenomena in urban microclimate: A model integrating air flow, wind-driven rain, radiation and transport in building materials
A Kubilay, D Derome, J Carmeliet
Urban climate 24, 398-418, 2018
142018
The pollutant removal capacity of urban street canyons as quantified by the pollutant exchange velocity
A Kubilay, MKA Neophytou, S Matsentides, M Loizou, J Carmeliet
Urban Climate 21, 136-153, 2017
132017
Analysis of time-resolved wind-driven rain on an array of low-rise cubic buildings using large eddy simulation and an Eulerian multiphase model
A Kubilay, D Derome, J Carmeliet
Building and Environment 114, 68-81, 2017
102017
Numerical simulations and field experiments of wetting of building facades due to wind-driven rain in urban areas
A Kubilay
ETH Zurich, 2014
92014
Ten questions concerning modeling of wind-driven rain in the built environment
D Derome, A Kubilay, T Defraeye, B Blocken, J Carmeliet
Building and Environment 114, 495-506, 2017
72017
Ten questions concerning modeling of wind-driven rain in the built environment
D Derome, A Kubilay, T Defraeye, B Blocken, J Carmeliet
72017
Compact thermal model for the transient temperature prediction of a water-cooled microchip module in low carbon emission computing
A Kubilay, S Zimmermann, I Zinovik, B Michel, D Poulikakos
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications 59 (11), 815-835, 2011
72011
The Pollutant Removal Capacity of an Urban Street Canyon and its Link to the Breathability and Exchange Velocity
A Kubilay, MKA Neophytou, S Matsentides, M Loizou, J Carmeliet
Procedia Engineering 180, 443-451, 2017
52017
Wind sheltering effect of a small railway station shelter and its impact on wind comfort for passengers
J Allegrini, A Kubilay
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 164, 82-95, 2017
52017
Impact of evaporative cooling due to wetting of urban materials on local thermal comfort in a street canyon
A Kubilay, D Derome, J Carmeliet
Sustainable Cities and Society 49, 101574, 2019
42019
Validation of Grasshopper-based Fast Fluid Dynamics for Air Flow around Buildings in Early Design Stage
C Waibel, L Bystricky, A Kubilay, R Evins, J Carmeliet
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Rain sheltering analysis in semi-outdoor environments: case study on passenger comfort in a railway station shelter
A Kubilay, J Allegrini
Journal of Building Performance Simulation 11 (4), 499-516, 2018
12018
Parametric Study of Urban Microclimate Based on a Coupled Approach for CFD, Radiation, Wind-Driven Rain and Heat and Moisture Transport in Building Materials
A Kubilay, D Derome, J Carmeliet
1*
8 Moisture modeling and durability assessment of building envelopes
A Kubilay, X Zhou, D Derome, J Carmeliet
Building Performance Simulation for Design and Operation, 2019
2019
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