Assoc. Prof. Chua Kian Jon Ernest, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Building Energy System and Efficiency; Cooling/Dehumidification Systems and Technologies, Co-generation/Tri-generation/Quad-generation, Membrane Technologies
Oh, S. J., Choon Ng, K., Thu, K., Kum Ja, M., Islam, M. R., Chun, W., & Chua, K. J. E. (2016). Studying the performance of a dehumidifier with adsorbent coated heat exchangers for tropical climate operations. Science and Technology for the Built Environment, 1-9.
Oh, S. J., Ng, K. C., Thu, K., Chun, W., & Chua, K. J. E. (2016). Forecasting Long-term Electricity Demand for Cooling of Singapore’s Buildings Incorporating an Innovative Air-conditioning Technology. Energy and Buildings, In-press Cui, X., Islam, M. R., Mohan, B., & Chua, K. J. (2016). Theoretical analysis of a liquid desiccant based indirect evaporative cooling system. Energy, 95, 303-312.
Bui, D. T., Nida, A., Ng, K. C., & Chua, K. J. (2016). Water vapor permeation and dehumidification performance of poly (vinyl alcohol)/lithium chloride composite membranes. Journal of Membrane Science, 498, 254-262. Chua, K. J. (2015). Heat and mass transfer of composite desiccants for energy efficient air dehumidification: Modelling and experiment. Applied Thermal Engineering, 89, 703-716.
Awarded 2010 Hitachi Research Fellowship
Awarded 2013 IES (Institution of Engineers, Singapore) Prestigious Engineering Award.
Awarded 2015 Ministry of National Development R&D Distinguished Award.
Awarded 2015 IES (Institution of Engineers, Singapore) Prestigious Engineering Award.
Awarded 2015 ASEAN Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award.
Awarded 2016 Applied Energy Award (Elsevier).
Shanghai’s Elsevier Global Ranking of Academic, Highest 2015-2016 cited researcher
for Energy Science.