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Professor Pinar Mert Cuce
Professor Pinar Mert Cuce
Recep Tayyip Erdogan University Faculty of Engineering & Architecture
Verified email at erdogan.edu.tr
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Toward aerogel based thermal superinsulation in buildings: A comprehensive review
E Cuce, PM Cuce, CJ Wood, SB Riffat
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 34, 273-299, 2014
7472014
A comprehensive review on solar cookers
E Cuce, PM Cuce
Applied Energy 102, 1399-1421, 2013
3592013
Renewable and sustainable energy saving strategies for greenhouse systems: A comprehensive review
E Cuce, D Harjunowibowo, PM Cuce
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 64, 34-59, 2016
3452016
An experimental analysis of illumination intensity and temperature dependency of photovoltaic cell parameters
E Cuce, PM Cuce, T Bali
Applied Energy 111, 374-382, 2013
2882013
A state of the art review of evaporative cooling systems for building applications
PM Cuce, S Riffat
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 54, 1240-1249, 2016
2552016
A comprehensive review of heat recovery systems for building applications
PM Cuce, S Riffat
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 47, 665-682, 2015
2002015
Optimizing insulation thickness and analysing environmental impacts of aerogel-based thermal superinsulation in buildings
E Cuce, PM Cuce, CJ Wood, SB Riffat
Energy and Buildings 77, 28-39, 2014
1882014
Concentrating photovoltaic thermal (CPVT) collectors and systems: Theory, performance assessment and applications
R Daneshazarian, E Cuce, PM Cuce, F Sher
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 81, 473-492, 2018
1822018
Vacuum glazing for highly insulating windows: Recent developments and future prospects
E Cuce, PM Cuce
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 54, 1345-1357, 2016
1412016
Sustainable ventilation strategies in buildings: CFD research
E Cuce, F Sher, H Sadiq, PM Cuce, T Guclu, AB Besir
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 36, 100540, 2019
1112019
An accurate model for photovoltaic (PV) modules to determine electrical characteristics and thermodynamic performance parameters
E Cuce, PM Cuce, IH Karakas, T Bali
Energy Conversion and Management 146, 205-216, 2017
1092017
Improving thermodynamic performance parameters of silicon photovoltaic cells via air cooling
E Cuce, PM Cuce
International Journal of Ambient Energy 35 (4), 193-199, 2014
1022014
Box type solar cookers with sensible thermal energy storage medium: A comparative experimental investigation and thermodynamic analysis
PM Cuce
Solar Energy 166, 432-440, 2018
962018
A novel model of photovoltaic modules for parameter estimation and thermodynamic assessment
PM Cuce, E Cuce
International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies 7 (2), 159-165, 2012
732012
Harmonic problems in renewable and sustainable energy systems: A comprehensive review
H Erošlu, E Cuce, PM Cuce, F Gul, A Iskenderošlu
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 48, 101566, 2021
692021
The impact of internal aerogel retrofitting on the thermal bridges of residential buildings: An experimental and statistical research
E Cuce, PM Cuce
Energy and Buildings 116, 449-454, 2016
672016
Global technological advancement and challenges of glazed window, facade system and vertical greenery-based energy savings in buildings: A comprehensive review
MW Akram, M Hasannuzaman, E Cuce, PM Cuce
Energy and Built Environment 4 (2), 206-226, 2023
662023
Numerical performance modelling of solar chimney power plants: Influence of chimney height for a pilot plant in Manzanares, Spain
E Cuce, H Sen, PM Cuce
Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 39, 100704, 2020
662020
A successful application of homotopy perturbation method for efficiency and effectiveness assessment of longitudinal porous fins
E Cuce, PM Cuce
Energy Conversion and Management 93, 92-99, 2015
652015
Improving thermal performance of thermoelectric coolers (TECs) through a nanofluid driven water to air heat exchanger design: An experimental research
E Cuce, T Guclu, PM Cuce
Energy Conversion and Management 214, 112893, 2020
632020
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