Browsing UT School of Architecture by Author "Montry, Matthew"
Kamholz, Jenna; Montry, Matthew (2011-08-24)Recent studies have shown that indoor air pollutant levels are often greater than the outdoor levels. This paper looks at types of pollutants and their causes, and describes various methods for improving indoor air quality.
Traditional and innovative cooling systems: Energy efficient, alternative strategies for thermal comfort Maddox, Randy; Montry, Matthew (2011-08-24)This paper describes some fundamental features of conventional AC technology, and explores innovative strategies and AC system types that use alternative forms of energy and/or are designed for greater energy efficiency.
Lang, Werner; Wang, Wilfried; Bader, Stefan (The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture Center for Sustainable Development, 2012-02-10)Students in the School of Architecture's Fall 2009 Advanced Design Studio on Sustainable Architecture were asked to design a railway station that would serve as a central hub for the Austin metro area's proposed high-speed ...