Mr Michael Gunn


NameMr Michael Gunn
Job titleEmeritus Professor

Research outputs

Modelling of Heat Energy Recovery Potential form Underground Railways with Nearby Vertical Ground Heat Exchangers in an Urban Environment

Revesz, A, Chaer, I, Thompson, J, Mavroulidou, M, Gunn, M and Graeme, M (2018). Modelling of Heat Energy Recovery Potential form Underground Railways with Nearby Vertical Ground Heat Exchangers in an Urban Environment. Applied Thermal Engineering.

The role of local joint flexibility (LJF) in the structural assessments of ageing offshore structures

Khan, R, Kraincanic, I, Smith, K and Gunn, M (2016). The role of local joint flexibility (LJF) in the structural assessments of ageing offshore structures. The 12th ISOPE Pacific/Asia Offshore Mechanics Symposium. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia 04 - 07 Oct 2016 London South Bank University. pp. 518-524

Effects of testing techniques on the SWRC of a partially saturated soil

Zhang, X, Mavroulidou, M and Gunn, MJ (2016). Effects of testing techniques on the SWRC of a partially saturated soil. 3rd European Conference on Unsaturated Soils. Online conference 12 Sep 2016 London South Bank University. doi:10.1051/e3sconf/20160910006

Performance Enhancement of Urban Ground Source Heat Pumps through Interactions with Underground Railway Tunnels

Revesz, A, Chaer, I, Thompson, J, Mavroulidou, M, Gunn, M and Maidment, GG (2018). Performance Enhancement of Urban Ground Source Heat Pumps through Interactions with Underground Railway Tunnels. Ashrae Winter Conference. Chicago 22 - 24 Jan 2018 London South Bank University.

A study of the water retention curve of lime-treated London Clay

Zhang, X, Mavroulidou, M and Gunn, MJ (2016). A study of the water retention curve of lime-treated London Clay. Acta Geotechnica. 12 (1), pp. 23-45.

Ground source heat pumps and their interactions with underground railway tunnels in an urban environment: A review

Revesz, A, Chaer, I, Thompson, J, Mavroulidou, M, Gunn, MJ and Maidment, GG (2015). Ground source heat pumps and their interactions with underground railway tunnels in an urban environment: A review. Applied Thermal Engineering. 93, pp. 147 - 154.
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