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Wenzel, Thomas P. "Evaluating the long-term effectiveness of the Phoenix IM240 program." Environmental Science & Policy 4.6 (2001). LBNL-48008.
Wenzel, Thomas P. Can More Frequent Testing Improve I/M Program Effectiveness? Analysis ofthe Effect of Annual Testing in the Phoenix IM240 Program. 2001. LBNL-47754.
Wenzel, Thomas P, and Robert Sawyer. Analysis of a Remote Sensing Clean Screen Program in Arizona. 1998. LBNL-41918.
Wenzel, Thomas P. Effect of using Different Vehicle Weight Groups on the Estimated Relationship between Mass Reduction and U.S. Societal Fatality Risk per Vehicle Miles of Travel. 2016. LBNL-1006317.
Wenzel, Thomas P. "Safer Vehicles for People and the Planet." Ed. Ross, Marc. American Scientist 2005: 122-128. LBNL-325E.
Wenzel, Thomas P, and Marc Ross. Losing Weight to Save Lives: A Review of the Role of Automobile Weight and Size in Traffic Fatalities. 2001. LBNL-48009.
Wenzel, Thomas P, and Marc Ross. "Comment on ‘‘Statistical modelling of vehicle emissions from inspection/maintenance testing data: an explanatory analysis’’." Transportation Research Part D 8.1 (2003) 69-71. LBNL-48061.
Wenzel, Thomas P. Analysis of the Relationship Between Vehicle Weight/Size and Safety, and Implications for Federal Fuel Economy Regulation. 2010. LBNL-3143E.
Wenzel, Thomas P, and Nancy J Brown. Can More Frequent Testing Improve I/M Program Effectiveness? Analysis of the Effect of Annual Testing in the Phoenix IM240 Program. 2001. LBNL-47754.
Wenzel, Thomas P. Assessment of NHTSA’s Report “Relationships Between Fatality Risk, Mass, and Footprint in Model Year 2003-2010 Passenger Cars and LTVs”. 2016. LBNL-1005177.
Wenzel, Thomas P, and Marc Ross. An Analysis of Traffic Deaths by Vehicle Type and Model. 2002. LBNL-49675.
Wenzel, Thomas P. "Use of remote sensing measurements to evaluate vehicle emission monitoring programs: results from Phoenix, Arizona." Transportation Research Part D 6.2 (2003). LBNL-50995.
Wetter, Michael. "Co-simulation of building energy and control systems with the Building Controls Virtual Test Bed." Journal of Building Performance Simulation 3.4 (2011).
Wetter, Michael. "Simulation-based building energy optimization." 2004.
Wetter, Michael. "A Modelica-Based Model Library for Building Energy and Control Systems." Building Simulation '09. Glasgow, Scotland, 2008.
Wetter, Michael. "Modelica Library for Building Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Systems." Proceedings of the 7th International Modelica Conference 2009.
Wetter, Michael, Marcus Fuchs, and Thierry Stephane Nouidui. "Design choices for thermofluid flow components and systems that are exported as Functional Mockup Units." (2015). LBNL-1002826.
Wetter, Michael. GenOpt 2.0.0 - Generic optimization program. 2004. LBNL-54199.
Wetter, Michael. "BuildOpt - A new building energy simulation program that is built on smooth models." Building and Environment 40.8 (2005) 1085-1092.
Wetter, Michael, and Christoph Haugstetter. "Modelica versus TRNSYS — A Comparison Between an Equation-Based and a Procedural Modeling Language for Building Energy Simulation." Proc. of the 2nd SimBuild Conference 2006.
Wetter, Michael, Philip Haves, Michael A Moshier, and Edward F Sowell. "Using SPARK as a solver for Modelica." Proc. of the 3rd SimBuild Conference 2008. LBNL-634E.
Wetter, Michael, and Jonathan A Wright. "A comparison of deterministic and probabilistic optimization algorithms for nonsmooth simulation-based optimization
." Building and Environment 39.8 (2004) 989-999.
Wetter, Michael, Wangda Zuo, and Thierry Stephane Nouidui. "Recent developments of the Modelica Buildings library for building energy and control systems." the 8th International Modelica Conference 2011. LBNL-4793E.
Wetter, Michael. "Multizone Building Model for Thermal Building Simulation in Modelica." Proc. of the 5th International Modelica Conference 2006: 517-526.
Wetter, Michael, and Jianjun Hu. Quayside Energy Systems Analysis. 2019. LBNL 2001197.