Research Output per year
- Evaluating thermal comfort approaches and indoor human occupancy global standards in hot climates hospitals.
- Investigating the potential approaches that enable the hospitals to reduce high demand energy loads.
- The interface of some hospital design aspects that cloud impact the thermal performance of building.
- Developing an explicit approach to isolate indoor air temperature as a dominant thermal comfort parameter.
Architectural Design, Master of Architecture, University of Colorado
14 Jan 2014 → 15 Dec 2015
Islamic Architecture , Bachelor of Architecture, Umm Al-Qura University
5 Sep 2006 → 15 Jul 2011
Lecturer , Najran University4 Sep 2011 → …
Thermal environment perceptions considering length of stay for cardiovascular inpatients in hospitals: a statistical approachAlotaibi, B. & Lo, S. (ed.), 23 Oct 2019, Materials Science and Engineering: 4. IAQ and Indoor Environmental Quality. 4 ed. IOP Publishing, Vol. 609. p. 1-7 7 p. 042081. (IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
Dataset for "Evaluating the suitability of standard thermal comfort approaches for hospital patients in air-conditioned environments in hot climates"
Alotaibi, B. (Creator), University of Bath, 11 Sep 2019