Dr. Yuehong Su

Dr. Yuehong Su

University of Nottingham

Associate Editor

Dr. Yuehong Su is an associate professor at the Institute of Sustainable Energy Technology, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Nottingham. He has experience in air conditioning, adsorption/absorption/ejector cooling, energy efficiency, heat storage, daylighting, solar concentration, CFD modelling and building simulation. Dr. Su has worked on a number of projects funded by the EPSRC, EU, UK Government and industry and has published over 60 papers in refereed journals and conferences. He is the supervisor/co-supervisor of several Ph.D. students and postdoctoral researchers, and the Course Director for MSc Sustainable Energy and Entrepreneurship. Dr. Su has a current research focus on daylighting and natural ventilation in a close collaboration with UK companies to develop various renewable energy solutions for daylighting and natural ventilation in low/zero emissions buildings. Dr. Su is experienced in experimentation and simulation of daylighting and solar concentration systems. Read more ...

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Research Interests

  • Solar concentrators (Compound Parabolic Concentrator)
  • Photovoltaic systems
  • Daylighting
  • Simulation (PHOTOPIA and EnergyPlus)
  • Advanced air conditioning

Selected Publications

Numerical Validation of a New Approach to Model Single Junction Low Concentration PV Cells under Non-Uniform Illumination

Journal: Energies

Published: 2015 | External link

Outdoor overall performance of a novel air-gap-lens-walled compound parabolic concentrator (ALCPC) incorporated with photovoltaic/thermal system

Journal: Applied Energy

Published: 2015 | External link

A novel solar multifunctional PV/T/D system for green building roofs

Journal: Energy Conversion and Management

Published: 2015 | External link

A discussion of inner south projection angle for performance analysis of dielectric compound parabolic concentrator

Journal: Solar Energy

Published: 2015 | External link

An Improvement to Calculation of Lighting Energy Requirement in the European Standard EN 15193:2007

Journal: Journal of Daylighting

Published: 2014 | External link

A study on use of miniature dielectric compound parabolic concentrator (dCPC) for daylighting control application

Journal: Building and Environment

Published: 2014 | External link

Application of RELUX simulation to investigate energy saving potential from daylighting in a new educational building in UK

Journal: Energy and Buildings

Published: 2014 | External link

Design and investigation of a novel lens-walled compound parabolic concentrator with air gap

Journal: Applied Energy

Published: 2014 | External link

Performance analysis and experimental investigation of a novel trough daylight concentration and axial transmission system

Journal: Solar Energy

Published: 2013 | External link

Experiment and simulation study on the flux distribution of lens-walled compound parabolic concentrator compared with mirror compound parabolic concentrator

Journal: Energy

Published: 2013 | External link

Preliminary Experimental Comparison of the Performance of a Novel Lens-Walled Compound Parabolic Concentrator (CPC) with the Conventional Mirror and Solid CPCs

Journal: International Journal of Green Energy

Published: 2013 | External link

Performance study of a static low-concentration evacuated tube solar collector for medium-temperature applications

Journal: International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies

Published: 2013 | External link

An Outdoor Experiment of a Lens-Walled Compound Parabolic Concentrator Photovoltaic Module on a Sunny Day in Nottingham

Journal: Journal of Solar Energy Engineering

Published: 2013 | External link

Evaluation of a lightwell design for multi-storey buildings

Journal: International Journal of Energy Research

Published: 2010 | External link