Bin Meng is a doctoral researcher in the unit Building Physics and Services at Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. His research focuses on developing a comprehensive method to estimate total electricity production of BIPV in urban combining GIS datasets with high-resolution shading calculation and electrical modeling of PV module. The aim is to develop a fast, accurate and comprehensive simulation-based methodology to predict total BIPV energy yield in urban considering shading effect. Bin got his bachelor degree in Engineering Mechanics from Southeast University, China. After that, he changed his major to building science and technology and received master degree from School of Architecture, Southeast University in 2018.
Performance variability and implications for yield prediction of rooftop PV systems – Analysis of 246 identical systemsApplied Energy (2022)
Moisture-participating MOF thermal battery for heat reallocation between indoor environment and building-integrated photovoltaicsNano Energy (2021)
Data-driven inference of unknown tilt and azimuth of distributed PV systemsSolar Energy (2020)
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