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REFEREED JOURNAL PAPERS
- VK Quagraine (2011). Urban Landscape Depletion in the Kumasi Metropolis. In Adarkwa K. K (ed.), The Future of the Tree: Planning and Managing the Development of Kumasi, Ghana. University Printing Press, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana, pp. 212-233
- Duah, D. Y. A., Amos-Abanyie, S. and Poku-Boansi, M. (2011). The Urban Poor and the Excesses of Rents: Evidence from Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Science Engineering and Technology. Vol. 18, No. 1. Pp. 9760 – 9778.
- V. K Quagraine, and J. Attipoe. (2011). Architectural Design Solutions To Indoor Air Related Diseases In The Urban Areas In Ghana. Proceedings of Indoor Air 2011, Austin, TX. Paper 120.
- V. K Quagraine, GFA Olympio and RMD Dinye (2011). Envisioning the Impact of Using Family-Based Labor Management Concept for Labor-Based Road Rehabilitation in Ghana. Proceedings of the 14th ILO Regional Seminar for Labour-Based Practitioners, Accra International Conference Centre, Ghana.
- Koranteng. C. and Simons. B. (2011). Contrasting the Principles Behind the Orientation of Building Forms and Location of Spatial Components Around the Globe. Journal of Science and Technology, Ghana (JUST) Vol.31, No.3, pp.77-85.
- Dibra. A., Mahdavi. A. and Koranteng. C. (2011). An Analysis of User Behaviour and Indoor Climate in an Office building in Kosovo, Journal of Applied Science Research (AASR, ISSN 0975-508X), 2 (5):48-63.
- Koranteng. C., Nyame-Tawiah. D. and Quansah, E. (2011). A Psychrometric Analysis of Thermal Comfort in Low-Rise Office Buildings in Ghana, Journal of Science and Technology, Ghana (JUST) Vol.31, No.1, pp 76-88.
- Koranteng. C. and Mahdavi. A. (2011). An Investigation into the Thermal Performance of Office Buildings in Ghana, International Journal on Energy and Buildings (EnB), Vol: 43 (2011) 555–563.
- Amos-Abanyie, S., Akuffo, F.O., Oteng-Sefa, S. and Kutin-Sanwu, V. (2011) “Parametric study of effect of thermal mass, window size and night-time ventilation on peak indoor temperature in the warm-humid climate of Ghana”. 7th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (ISHVAC 2011). Organized by the Tongji University. 6-9th November 2011, Shanghai, China.
- Amos-Abanyie, S. Ohene Akuffo, F and Kootin-Sanwu, V. (2011) Effects of thermal mass, window size and night-time ventilation on peak indoor air temperature in the warm-humid climate of Ghana, "Proceedings of ISHVAC. pp. 64-69.
- Essel C. Koranteng C. and Nyame-Tawiah D. (2011). Reduction in cooling loads and carbon dioxide emissions in office buildings in Ghana, Joint Conference (University of Ilorin, Nigeria and University of Cape Coast, Ghana, 1st – 5th May 2011.
- Essel C, Nkrumah J, Nyame-Tawiah and Koranteng C. (2011). A Study of the Effects of Orientation on the Thermal Performance of Residential Buildings in Ghana, 27th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association. July 10th-15th, 2011, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana.
- Essel C., Simons B and Koranteng C (2011). Building Materials and Techniques: The effects of improved building materials on the thermal performance of residential buildings. Water Africa Building & Construction Exhibition and Seminars, Accra International Conference Centre, Ghana 4th-6th May,2011.
- Essel, C., Nkrumah, J., and Nyame-Tawiah, D. (2011),A Study of the effects of orientation on the thermal performance of residential buildings in Ghana, 27th Biennal Conference of the Ghana Science Association, July 10th-15th, 2011. KNUST Kumasi, Ghana.
- Essel, C. Simons, B., and Koranteng, C. (2011). The Concurrent Use of efficient materials and technology towards the thermal retrofit potential of office buildings in Kumasi Ghana. Water Africa & West Africa Building & Construction Exhibition and Seminars, Accra International Conference Centre, Ghana, 4th-6th May, 2011.
- Kwofie T. E., Adinyira, E., and Botchway, E. (2011) 'Historical Overview of Housing Provision In Pre and Post-Independence Ghana' (In: Laryea, S., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds.) Proc. West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, 19-21 Jul. 2011, Accra, Ghana, pp. 403-412.
- Quagraine, V. K. and Olympio, G. F. A. (2011); “Envisioning the Impact of Using Family-Based labor Management Concept for Labor-Based Road Rehabilitation in Ghana. A joint paper presented at the 14th ILO Regional Seminar for Labor-Based Practitioners held at the Accra International Conference Centre, Accra, Ghana; September 5-9, 2011.