This is a poster I presented at the American Meteorological Society Urban Environment Symposium.
This was a project for a Solar Engineering course. We analyzed the economic feasibility of installing a solar hot water system on a Portland, OR home, given some reasonable restrictions imposed by the homeowner.
This goal of this computational fluid dynamics (CFD) project was to determine the heat transfer characteristics of a solar panel mounted at different angles on a rooftop. Star CCM+ software was used.
This tutorial was written to explain some mesh refinement techniques I discovered during my CFD course.
The goal of this project was to measure light levels in a Portland State classroom. Measured light levels are also compared to the predictions of two different software models.
This report was a project I worked on as part of an Architectural Technolgy class. In order to organize the work, we split the class into sub-groups, with each group focusing on one aspect of the building. The focus of my group was "Energy Analysis".