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1985
Eto, Joseph H. "A Comparison of Weather Normalization Techniques for Commercial Building Energy Use." DOE/ASHRAE/BTECC Conference on Thermal Performance of the Exterior Envelopes of Buildings III. Clearwater Beach, FL : LBNL, 1985. LBNL-21217.
Eto, Joseph H. "Cooling Strategies Based on Indicators of Thermal Storage in Commercial Building Mass." Second Symposium on Improving Building Systems in Hot and Humid Climates. College Station, Texas, 1985. LBNL-19912.
Birdsall, Bruce E, Walter F Buhl, Richard B Curtis, Ender Erdem, Joseph H Eto, James J Hirsch, Karen H Olson, and Frederick C Winkelmann. The DOE-2 Computer Program for Thermal Simulation of Buildings. American Institute of Physics, 1985.
Eto, Joseph H, and Gay Powell. "Implications of Office Building Thermal Mass and Multi-day Temperature Profiles for Cooling Strategies." ASME/AIChe National Heat Transfer Conference. Denver, CO, 1985. LBL-19212.
Green, Cedric, Philip Haves, and Paul Huddy. "The Integration of Graphic and Thermal Simulation Models." Computer Graphics '85 Conference 1985.
Buhl, Walter F, Ender Erdem, Joseph H Eto, James J Hirsch, and Frederick C Winkelmann. New Features of the DOE-2.1c Energy Analysis Program. LBNL, 1985.
1984
Eto, Joseph H. "Commercial Building Cogeneration Opportuntities." ACEEE Summer Study in Energy Efficient Buildings. Santa Cruz, CA, 1984. LBNL-18176.
Curtis, Richard B, Bruce E Birdsall, Walter F Buhl, Ender Erdem, Joseph H Eto, James J Hirsch, Karen H Olson, and Frederick C Winkelmann. "The DOE-2 Building Energy Analysis Program." ASEAN Conference on Energy Conservation in Buildings. Singapore, 1984. LBNL-18046.
1983
Eto, Joseph H. "Optimal Cogeneration Systems for High-Rise Office Buildings." 18th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference . Orlando, FL, 1983. LBNL-16126.
Clark, Gene, Fred M Loxsom, Philip Haves, and Earl S Doderer. "Results of Validated Simulations of Roof Pond Residences." 8th National Passive Solar Conference 1983.

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