Jason Woods

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Jason Woods is a senior research engineer within NREL's Building Energy Science Group. He leads modeling and experimental projects on thermal energy storage and novel air-conditioning technologies, which include multidisciplinary research spanning materials development to systems integration.

Woods is an expert in numerical and experimental heat and mass transfer, primarily for building applications. His research interests include novel thermal energy storage materials and systems, membrane-based HVAC processes, heat and mass transfer enhancements, liquid desiccant and absorption air conditioning, and moisture adsorption and transport in materials. 

Research Interests

Thermal energy storage materials and systems

Membrane processes for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning

Desiccant dehumidification

Absorption and adsorption processes

Heat and mass transfer enhancements

Moisture storage and transport in materials

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University

PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado


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