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Sullivan, Robert, Dariush K Arasteh, Konstantinos M Papamichael, Jong-Jin Kim, Russell Johnson, Stephen E Selkowitz, and Ross McCluney. "An Indices Approach for Evaluating the Performance of Fenestration Systems in Nonresidential Buildings." ASHRAE Transactions 94 (1988). LBL-23581.
Jewett, Don L, Sam M Berman, M.R. Greenberg, George Fein, and Richard M Nahass. "The Lack of Effects on Human Muscle Strength of Light Spectrum and Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation in Electric Lighting." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society (1988). LBL-20615.
Verderber, Rudolph R, and Michael J Siminovitch. Lighting Retrofit Considerations. 1988. LBL-25950.
Klems, Joseph H. "Measurement of Fenestration Net Energy Performance: Considerations Leading to Development of the Mobile Window Thermal Test (MoWiTT) Facility." Journal of Solar Energy Engineering 110 (1988) 208-216. LBL-18144.
Eto, Joseph H, and Steven D Gates. Modeling Cogeneration Systems with DOE-2.1C. LBNL, 1988.
Verderber, Rudolph R, Oliver C Morse, and Francis M Rubinstein. "Performance of Electronic Ballast and Controls with 34 and 40 Watt F40 Fluorescent Lamps." IEEE-IAS Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN, 1988. LBL-25429.
Verderber, Rudolph R, and Oliver C Morse. Performance of Electronic Ballasts and Other New Lighting Equipment (Phase II: The 34-Watt F40 Rapid Start T-12 Fluorescent Lamp). 1988. LBL-24873.
Verderber, Rudolph R. The Phase III - Efficient Lighting for U. S. Naval Ships - Interim Report. 1988. LBL-24870.
Berman, Sam M, Don L Jewett, George Fein, Glenn Y Saika, and F. Ashford. "Photopic Luminance Does Not Always Predict Perceived Room Brightness." Lighting Research and Technology 22.1 (1988) 37-41. LBL-25174.
Diamond, Richard C, and Charles A Goldman. "Proceedings of the 1988 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings." 1988.
Hubbard, Lynn M, Benjamin Bolker, Robert H Socolow, Darryl J Dickerhoff, and Ronald B Mosley. Radon Dynamics in a House Heated Alternately by Forced Air and by Electric Resistance. Princeton: Princeton University, 1988.
Ward, Gregory J, Francis M Rubinstein, and Robert D Clear. "A Ray Tracing Solution for Diffuse Interreflection." Computer Graphics 22 (1988). LBL-22789.
Taha, Haider, Hashem Akbari, Arthur H Rosenfeld, and Yu Joe Huang. "Residential cooling loads and the urban heat island—the effects of albedo." Building and Environment 23 (1988) 271-283.
Eto, Joseph H, and Anibal T De Almeida. "Saving Electricity in Commercial Buildings with Adjustable-Speed Drives." IEEE Transactions of Industry Applications 24.3 (1988).
Sherman, Max H, and Mark P Modera. "Signal Attenuation Due to Cavity Leakage." Journal of Acoustical Society of America 84.6 (1988). LBNL-24289.
Verderber, Rudolph R. "Status and Applications of New Lighting Technologies." Renewable Energy Technologies Symposium and International Exposition/The International Power Exhibition and Energy Conference. Santa Clara, CA, 1988. LBL-25043.
Haves, Philip, and D. Trewella. "Towards an Environment for HVAC Control System Evaluation." USER-1 Building Simulation Conference. Ostend, Belgium, 1988.
Akbari, Hashem, Mashuri Warren, Anibal T De Almeida, Deborah J Connell, and Jeffrey P Harris. "Use of energy management systems for performance monitoring of industrial load-shaping measures." Energy 13 (1988) 253-263.
Eto, Joseph H. "On Using Degree-days to Account for the Effects of Weather on Annual Energy Use in Office Buildings." Energy and Buildings 12.2 (1988).
Klems, Joseph H. "U-Values, Solar Heat Gain, and Thermal Performance: Recent Studies Using the MoWiTT." ASHRAE TransactionsASHRAE Winter Meeting: Fenestration U-Value Symposium. Vol. 95, part 1. Chicago, IL, 1988. LBL-25487.
Reilly, M. Susan, and Dariush K Arasteh. "WINDOW 3.1: A Computer Tool for Analyzing Window Thermal Performance." 13th National Passive Solar Conference. Cambridge, MA, 1988. LBL-25148.
Arasteh, Dariush K, and M. Susan Reilly. WINDOW 3.1: A PC Program for Analyzing Window Thermal Performance (Program Disk and Tutorial). 1988. LBL-25686.