Haberl, Jeff individual record
Professor
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His work emphasizes building energy modeling, statistical modeling, methods for diagnosing operational problems, operator feedback using comparisons of predicted and actual energy use, artificial intelligence, advanced energy usage graphics, prescreening calculations for improving commercial and residential energy audits, public-domain M&V algorithms, computerized solar shading procedures, accuracy tests for HVAC systems, BIM-to-thermal procedures, and procedures for calculating air pollution savings from energy efficiency and renewable energy projects (i.e., SOx, NOx, CO2, PM and Hg).



He is a Co-PI of the Laboratory's Texas Emissions Reduction Program (TERP), along with Mr. Bahman Yazdani, where he provides technical leadership for the code compliance calculator and emissions calculations from energy efficiency and renewable energy. He is a Co-PI for the USEPA's National Center of Excellence on Displaced Emissions Reductions (CEDER), with Dr. Charles Culp and Mr. Bahman Yazdani, which was established in the Spring of 2007 to help the EPA transfer the Texas emissions reductions calculation procedures to other states; a Co-PI for the Laboratory's Continuous Commissioning(R) program for improving energy efficiency in existing buildings; PI and/or Co-PI on numerous ASHRAE Research Projects (RP-827, RP-865, RP-1050, RP-1093, RP-1017, RP-1468); Co-PI on an NSF project for creating physically-based, BIM-to-thermal simulations; PI on the NAS TRB project for benchmarking airport terminal energy use; and the Co-PI of Texas A&M University's 2007 Solar Decathlon Effort, with Pliny Fisk as the PI.



He was the Principal Investigator for the Computer Support and Improved Energy Audit of the Texas LoanSTAR project from 1990 to 2002, a $98.6 million revolving loan for the state of Texas that was the largest first large-scale project in the United States to continuously measure and report energy savings in over 160 building energy conservation retrofits.

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Academic Articles30
  • Kim, H., & Haberl, J. (2018). Field-test of the ASHRAE/CIBSE/USGBC performance measurement protocols: Part I intermediate level energy protocols. Science and Technology for the Built Environment. 24(3), 281-297.
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  • Kim, H., & Haberl, J. (2018). Field-test of the ASHRAE/CIBSE/USGBC performance measurement protocols: Part II advanced level energy protocols. Science and Technology for the Built Environment. 24(3), 298-315.
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  • Jeong, W., Kim, J. B., Clayton, M. J., Haberl, J. S., & Yan, W. (2016). A framework to integrate object-oriented physical modelling with building information modelling for building thermal simulation. Journal of Building Performance Simulation. 9(1), 50-69.
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  • Kim, A., Haberl, J., & Anderson, S. (2016). Comparison between Current Industry Methods and an Energy Simulation Model for Quantifying Energy Service Projects. Journal of Architectural Engineering. (2), 04015016.
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Books1
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers. (2001). Standard Method of Test for the Evaluation of Building Energy Analysis Computer Programs. American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Incorporated.
Chapters1
  • Huang, J., Haberl, J. S., & Kreider, J. F. (2000). HVAC design calculations: Simulation and modeling building energy consumption. Handbook of Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. 6-53-6-92.
Conference Papers66
  • CLARIDGE, D. E., LOPEZ, R. E., HABERL, J. S., KISSOCK, K., & SPARKS, R. J. (2015). MONITORED COMMERCIAL BUILDING ENERGY DATA - REPORTING THE RESULTS. ASHRAE TRANSACTIONS, 1992, VOL 98, PT 1. 98, 881-889.
  • Mukhopadhyay, J., & Haberl, J. (2015). Reducing energy consumption in grocery stores: Assessing the performance of CHP systems. ASHRAE Conference-Papers. 121, 267-288.
  • Kim, K. H., Baltazar, J., & Haberl, J. S. (2014). Evaluation of Meteorological Base Models for Estimating Hourly Global Solar Radiation in Texas. Energy Procedia. 57, 1189-1198.
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  • Baltazar, J., Sun, Y., & Haberl, J. (2014). Improved Methodology to Measure Normal Incident Solar Radiation with a Multi-pyranometer Array. Energy Procedia. 57, 1211-1219.
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  • Mukhopadhyay, J., & Haberl, J. (2014). Reducing energy consumption in grocery stores: Evaluation of energy efficiency measures. ASHRAE Transactions. 120(PART 1), 416-436.
Repository Documents / Preprints1
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patents
Patents9
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
jhaberl@tamu.edu
First Name
Jeff
Last Name
Haberl
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Architecture; 3137 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3137
USA