Lyrian Daniel
Lyrian Daniel
The University of Adelaide - The University of Adelaide, SA
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au
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House energy rating schemes and low energy dwellings: The impact of occupant behaviours in Australia
L Daniel, V Soebarto, T Williamson
Energy and Buildings 88, 34-44, 2015
412015
Learning from thermal mavericks in Australia: comfort studies in Melbourne and Darwin
L Daniel, T Williamson, V Soebarto, D Chen
Architectural Science Review 58 (1), 57-66, 2015
312015
Housing disadvantage and poor mental health: a systematic review
A Singh, L Daniel, E Baker, R Bentley
American journal of preventive medicine 57 (2), 262-272, 2019
212019
A model for the cooling effect of air movement
L Daniel, T Williamson, V Soebarto, D Chen
Measurement, 286, 2015
152015
Comfort-based performance assessment methodology for low energy residential buildings in Australia
L Daniel, T Williamson, V Soebarto
Building and Environment 111, 169-179, 2017
132017
Evaluating the suitability of the AccuRate engine for simulation of massive construction elements
L Daniel, V Soebarto, T Williamson
46th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), 2012
122012
Measuring housing affordability stress: can deprivation capture risk made real?
L Daniel, E Baker, L Lester
Urban Policy and Research 36 (3), 271-286, 2018
102018
‘We like to live in the weather’: Cooling practices in naturally ventilated dwellings in Darwin, Australia
L Daniel
Energy & Buildings, 2017
102017
Evaluating assumptions of scales for subjective assessment of thermal environments–Do laypersons perceive them the way, we researchers believe?
M Schweiker, M André, F Al-Atrash, H Al-Khatri, RR Alprianti, H Alsaad, ...
Energy and Buildings 211, 109761, 2020
92020
A study of thermal mavericks in Australia
L Daniel, T Williamson, V Soebarto, D Chen
Proceedings of the 8th Windsor Conference: Counting the Cost of Comfort in a …, 2014
92014
The Scales Project, a cross-national dataset on the interpretation of thermal perception scales
M Schweiker, A Abdul-Zahra, M André, F Al-Atrash, H Al-Khatri, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 1-10, 2019
82019
Bridging the gap between environmental sustainability and heritage preservation: towards a certified sustainable conservation, adaptation and retrofitting of historic buildings
J Zuo, L Daniel, V Soebarto
Fifty years later: revisiting the role of architectural science in design …, 2016
82016
Cold housing in mild-climate countries: A study of indoor environmental quality and comfort preferences in homes, Adelaide, Australia
L Daniel, E Baker, T Williamson
Building and Environment 151, 207-218, 2019
72019
New evidence on mental health and housing affordability in cities: A quantile regression approach
E Baker, NTA Pham, L Daniel, R Bentley
Cities 96, 102455, 2020
62020
Neutral, comfort or preferred: what is a relevant model for acceptable thermal environmental conditions for low energy dwellings in Australia?
L Daniel, T Williamson, V Soebarto
Proceedings of 9th Windsor Conference: Making Comfort Relevant, 2016
52016
Development and application of air movement logger for thermal comfort research
L Daniel, A Carre, T Williamson, D Chen
13th International conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, 2014
52014
A study of the user behaviours in dwellings of earth construction
L Daniel, T Williamson
45th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Architectural …, 2011
52011
Assessing the simulation capability of the accurate engine in modelling massive construction elements
L Daniel, V Soebarto, T Williamson
Proceedings of BS2013, 2013
32013
How does household residential instability influence child health outcomes? A quantile analysis
E Baker, NTA Pham, L Daniel, R Bentley
The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (21 …, 2019
22019
The Australian Housing Conditions Dataset Technical Report
E Baker, L Daniel, R Bentley, H Pawson, W Stone, P Rajagopolan, ...
https://dataverse.ada.edu.au/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.26193/RDMRD3, 2018
22018
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