Dahai Qi

Ing. jr., Ph.D.
Professeur adjoint

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Diplômes

  • Ph.D. Université Concordia, Montréal, Canada, 2016    
  • M.Sc. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China, 2009       
  • B.Sc. Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China, 2006

    Profil de carrière

    • 2018-          Professeur adjoint, Université de Sherbrooke
    • 2016-2018 Chercheur Postdoctoral, Université Concordia
    • 2012-2016 Assistant de recherche, Université Concordia                      
    • 2009-2012 Consultant en énergie du bâtiment, Shanghai Jianke énergie bâtiment service Co. Ltd (affilié à l'Institut de recherche de Shanghai des sciences du bâtiment)  

    Domaines d'expertises et de recherche

    Le flux d'air thermique du bâtiment et ses effets sur la sécurité des bâtiments, l'énergie des bâtiments et le confort thermique.

    Activités de recherche

    • Méthodes de mise à l'échelle du flux d'air thermique dans les bâtiments
    • Infrastructure résiliente durable: optimisation énergétique et efficacité des tunnels routiers
    • Modélisation de la ventilation hybride du bâtiment entier pour un contrôle prédictif

      Publications sélectionnées (Plus)

      Articles de revue avec comité de lecture

      • Qi, D., Goubran, S. and Wang, L. 2018. Parametric Study of Air Curtain Performance based on Experiments and Numerical Simulation, Building and Environment, 129, 65-73.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L. and Zhao, G. 2017. Froude-Stanton Modeling of Steady-state Fire Smoke Spread in Large Vertical Spaces of High-rise Buildings. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 115, 706-716.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L., Ji, J., and Li, M. 2017. Dimensionless Analytical Solutions for Steady-state Fire Smoke Spread through High-rise Shafts during Fires. Fire Safety Journal, 93, 12-20.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L. and Zmeureanu, R. 2017. The Effects of Non-uniform Temperature Distribution on Neutral Plane Level in Non-adiabatic High-rise Shafts during Fires, Fire Technology, 53, 153-172.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L. and Zmeureanu, R. 2015. Modeling Smoke Movement in Shafts during High-rise Fires by a Multizone Airflow and Energy Network Program, ASHRAE Transactions-Technical Paper, 121 (2), 242-251.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L. and Zmeureanu, R. 2014. An Analytical Model of Heat and Mass Transfer through Non-adiabatic High-rise Shafts during Fires, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 72, 585-594.

      Articles récents dans des comptes rendus de conférences avec comité de lecture

      • Qi, D., Zhang, X., Zhang, C., Athienitis, A., and Wang, L. 2018. Scale Modelling of Ventilative Buildings. eSim 2018 conference, Montreal, QC.
      • Qi, D., Li, W., Cheng, J., and Wang, L. 2018. Scale Modeling of Thermal Airflows in Buildings, COBEE2018 4th International Conference on Building Energy & Environment.
      • Cheng, J., Qi, D., Wang, L., and Athienitis, A. 2017. Whole-Building Simulation of Hybrid Ventilation based on Full-scale Measurements in an Institutional High-rise Building for Predictive Control, Building Simulation 2017 Conference, San Francisco, CA.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L., Zhao, G.  and Zmeureanu, R. 2017. Scale Modeling of Smoke Spread in High-Rise Shafts during Fires, 2017 ASHRAE Winter Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
      • Qi, D., Goubran, S., Zmeureanu, R. and Wang, L. 2015. Effect of People on Infiltration of Building Entrance with Air Curtains, ISHVAC-COBEE 2015 Conference, Tianjing, China.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L. and Zmeureanu, R. 2014. A Hand Calculation Method of Smoke Movement through High-rise Airtight Single Shaft, ASHRAE 2014 Annual Conference – Conference paper, Seattle, WA.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L. and Zmeureanu, R. 2014. Verification of a Multizone Airflow and Energy Network Model by Analytical Solutions to Stack-driven Flows in Buildings. eSim 2014 Conference, Ottawa, Canada.
      • Qi, D., Wang, L. and Zmeureanu, R. 2013. Large Eddy Simulation of Thermal Comfort and Energy Utilization Indices for Indoor Airflows, ASHRAE 2013 Annual Conference –Denver, CO