Whole building hygrothermal performance of residential buildings in hot-summer/cold-winter humid climate

Menghao Qin

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    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - May 2012
    EventThe 5th International Building Physics Conference - Kyoto, Japan
    Duration: 01 May 201201 May 2012

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    ConferenceThe 5th International Building Physics Conference
    CountryJapan
    CityKyoto
    Period01/05/201201/05/2012

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    Qin, M. (2012). Whole building hygrothermal performance of residential buildings in hot-summer/cold-winter humid climate. Paper presented at The 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto, Japan.
    Qin, Menghao. / Whole building hygrothermal performance of residential buildings in hot-summer/cold-winter humid climate. Paper presented at The 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto, Japan.
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    Qin, M 2012, 'Whole building hygrothermal performance of residential buildings in hot-summer/cold-winter humid climate', Paper presented at The 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto, Japan, 01/05/2012 - 01/05/2012.

    Whole building hygrothermal performance of residential buildings in hot-summer/cold-winter humid climate. / Qin, Menghao.

    2012. Paper presented at The 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto, Japan.

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    Qin M. Whole building hygrothermal performance of residential buildings in hot-summer/cold-winter humid climate. 2012. Paper presented at The 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto, Japan.