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 Emmanouil (Manos) Perisoglou

Emmanouil (Manos) Perisoglou

Research student, Welsh School of Architecture

Manos is an Automation Engineer and holds a Masters Degree in Renewable Energy Systems and Technology.

He has worked in several industries and labs especially in the field of metrology. He is currently working in WSA as a Monitoring Researcher on the Sustainable Building Envelope Demonstration (SBED) project http://sbed.cardiff.ac.uk/ . He also gives lectures in the WSA masters courses and Summer School in Building Services, Environmental Acoustics, Building Monitoring and Renewable Energy Integration.

His research interests falls into Solar Renewable Energy, High Performance Buildings, Metrology & Building Monitoring and Sound & Architecture. Manos is currently pursuing a PhD studding the best Integration of the Transpired Solar Collectors (TSCs) in High Performance Buildings such as Passivhaus.

Selected publications

  • Brown, Catherine, Perisoglou, Emmanouil, Hall, Richard and Stevenson, Elizabeth Victoria 2014. Transpired solar collector installations in Wales and England. Energy Procedia 48 , pp. 18-27. 10.1016/j.egypro.2014.02.004
  • Brown, Catherine, Perisoglou, Emmanouil, Hall, Richard and Stevenson, Elizabeth Victoria 2013. Transpired solar collector installations in Wales and England. Presented at: SHC 2013: International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry, Freiburg, Germany, 23-25 September 2013.
  • Perisoglou, Emmanouil. 2007. Confrontation of the thermal radiation effort in the calibration of isothermal chambers, 2nd National Metrology Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2007.

Thesis

Effective Control of Transpired Solar Collectors

The principal aim of this PhD study is to investigate the potential application of the TSC technology on buildings under the Passivhaus regulations. Moreover, as there are many variations of the technology, further objective to this end is to find out which variation fulfils the criteria of the Passivhaus parameters better, as well as to increase the performance of the system through exploration. Additionally, this research aims to study the Passivhaus demand profiles for different buildings and explore potential TSC alterations in order to meet the demand.