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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 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 (AIP). Vol. 135. 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." International Building Performance Simulation Association 1985.
Haves, Philip, and Paul J Littlefair. "Daylight in Dynamic Thermal Modelling Programs: a Case Study." Building Services Engineering Research & Technology 9.4 (1988) 183-188.
Eto, Joseph H, and Cecile Meyer. "The HVAC Costs of Fresh Air Ventilation." ASHRAE Journal 1988.
Eto, Joseph H, and Cecile Meyer. "The HVAC Costs of Increased Fresh Air Ventilation Rates in Office Buildings." ASHRAE 1988 Annual Meeting. Ottawa, ON, Canada.: LBNL, 1988.
Eto, Joseph H, and Steven D Gates. "Modeling Cogeneration Systems with DOE-2.1C." ASHRAE 1988 Winter Meeting. Dallas, TX: LBNL, 1988.
Eto, Joseph H, and Anibal T De Almeida. "Saving Electricity in Commercial Buildings with Adjustable-Speed Drives." IEEE Transactions of Industry Applications 24.3 (1988).
Haves, Philip, and D. Trewella. "Towards an Environment for HVAC Control System Evaluation." USER-1 Building Simulation Conference. Ostend, Belgium, 1988.
Eto, Joseph H. "On Using Degree-days to Account for the Effects of Weather on Annual Energy Use in Office Buildings." Energy and Buildings 12.2 (1988).