山本 未生 YAMAMOTO Misyou

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東京理科大学大学院理工学研究科建築学専攻 Graduate School, Tokyo University of Science (2002年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • APPLICATION OF PHASE CHANGE MATERIALS TO HOUSING HEATING : Production and verification of effectiveness of wall-mounted heating system using PCM  [in Japanese]

    TAKEDA Hitoshi , YAMAMOTO Misho

    Using PCM with a melting point at 55 degrees Celsius, the authors have conducted a variety of heat storage and radiation tests with a view to applying the heating system to housing. It has been discov …

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 67(558), 43-48, 2002

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  • 41233 Study on Ceiling Radiation Cooling/Heating Using Well Water  [in Japanese]

    Ishida Joji , 武田 仁 , 山本 未生

    Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. D-2, Environmental engineering II, Heat, moisture, thermal comfort, natural energy, air flow, ventilation, smoke exhaustion, computational fluid dynamics, indoor air quality heating, cooling and air-conditioning heat and cold sources, piping systems application of building services (2001), 465-466, 2001-07-31

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  • 41232 Study on Ceiling Radiation Cooling/Heating Using Well Water  [in Japanese]

    Yamamoto Misyo , 武田 仁 , 石田 穣二

    Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. D-2, Environmental engineering II, Heat, moisture, thermal comfort, natural energy, air flow, ventilation, smoke exhaustion, computational fluid dynamics, indoor air quality heating, cooling and air-conditioning heat and cold sources, piping systems application of building services (2001), 463-464, 2001-07-31

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  • 41094 Evaluation of Performance for Ecological House : Part 9 Study on the PCM Heating  [in Japanese]

    NAKAYAMA Takashi , 武田 仁 , 山本 未生

    Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. D-2, Environmental engineering II, Heat, moisture, thermal comfort, natural energy, air flow, ventilation, smoke exhaustion, computational fluid dynamics, indoor air quality heating, cooling and air-conditioning heat and cold sources, piping systems application of building services (2001), 187-188, 2001-07-31

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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF CEILING RADIATION COOLING/HEATING SYSTEM USING WELL WATER AND ASSESSMENT OF COMFORTABLENESS BY RESIDENTS IN EXPERIMENTAL HOUSE  [in Japanese]

    TAKEDA Hitoshi , YAMAMOTO Misyou

    The author has set up a ceiling radiation cooling/heating system that made use of well water, one of the unused energies. Under the system, well water is sent directly to ceiling panels and cools the …

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 66(550), 31-37, 2001

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  • Study on Ceiling Radiation Cooling/Heatin Using Well Water  [in Japanese]

    Yamamoto Misyo , 武田 仁 , 石田 穣二

    Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. D-2, Environmental engineering II, Heat, moisture, thermal comfort, natural energy, air flow, ventilation, smoke exhaustion, computational fluid dynamics, indoor air quality heating, cooling and air-conditioning heat and cold sources, piping systems application of building services (2000), 513-514, 2000-07-31

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  • Study on Ceiling Radiation Cooling/Heatin Using Well Water  [in Japanese]

    Ishida Joji , 武田 仁 , 山本 未生

    Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. D-2, Environmental engineering II, Heat, moisture, thermal comfort, natural energy, air flow, ventilation, smoke exhaustion, computational fluid dynamics, indoor air quality heating, cooling and air-conditioning heat and cold sources, piping systems application of building services (2000), 511-512, 2000-07-31

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  • STUDY ON CEILING RADIATION COOLING/HEATING USING WELL WATER  [in Japanese]

    TAKEDA Hitoshi , YAMAMOTO Misyou

    Cooling in summer is generally done by air conditioners using electric energy. But this system often causes diseases attributable to excessive cooling and poor circulation as cool air blows locally. R …

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design 6(11), 139-144, 2000

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