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BAI, Z., LI, Y., ZHANG, J., FEWKES, A. and ZHONG, H., 2021. Research on the design and application of capillary heat exchangers for heat pumps in coastal areas. Building Services Engineering Research & Technology. ISSN 0143-6244

FEWKES, A., 2014. The verification of a behavioural model for simulating the hydraulic performance of rainwater harvesting systems. In: F.A. MEMON and S. WARD, eds., Alternative water supply systems. London: IWA Publishing, pp. 47-62. ISBN 9781780405506

FEWKES, A., 2013. A review of rainwater harvesting in the UK. Structural Survey, 30 (2), pp. 174-194. ISSN 0263-080X

CUI, J., GOODHEW, S., FEWKES, A. and CHILTON, J., 2011. A discussion on the occupancy-related indoor environment and electricity use in a UK residential building. In: V. SOEBARTO, ed., Driving better design through simulation: proceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Building Performance Simulation Association 2011. IBPSA / AIRAH, pp. 2170-2177. ISBN 9870646565101

CUI, J., GOODHEW, S. and FEWKES, A., 2011. A preliminary case study in the built environment applying smart environment techniques of monitoring and data analysis. In: Proceedings: Intelligent Environments (IE): 2011 7th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE'11). California: Conference Publishing Services, pp. 366-369. ISBN 9781607507949

ALAMIN, S., FEWKES, A. and GOODHEW, S., 2010. Investigating the sustainability of water management in Alwahat, Libya. In: The Sustainable City 2010: Sixth International Conference on Urban Regeneration and Sustainability, La Coruna, Galicia, Spain,14 - 16 April 2010, Galicia.

FEWKES, A., 2010. Rainwater harvesting systems: is their potential being realised? In: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Sustainable Water Management in Developing Countries (SWM2010). UNSPECIFIED, pp. 127-142. ISBN 953914046

PARSONS, D., GOODHEW, S., FEWKES, A. and DE, W., 2010. The perceived barriers to the inclusion of rainwater harvesting systems by UK house building companies. Urban Water Journal, 7 (4), pp. 257-265.

FEWKES, A., 2007. The field testing of a rainwater harvesting system. In: B. ULANICKI, K. VAIRAVAMOORTHY, D. BUTLER and P.L.M. BOUNDS, eds., Proceedings of the combined international conference of computing and control for the water industry (CCW12007) and sustainable urban water management (SUWM2007). London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 643-649. ISBN 9780415454155

FEWKES, A., 2007. The verification of a behavioural model for simulating the hydraulic performance of a rainwater harvesting system. In: Rainwater and Urban Design Conference 2007, Sydney, Australia, 21-23 August 2007. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 1877040614

FEWKES, A., 2005. The technology, design and utility of rainwater catchment systems: a literature review. In: D. BUTLER and F.A. MEMON, eds., Water demand management. London: IWA Publishing. ISBN 1843390787

FEWKES, A., 2004. The modelling and testing of a rainwater catchment system in the UK. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

DIAPER, C., DIXON, A., BUTLER, D., FEWKES, A., PARSONS, S.A., STRATHERN, M., STEPHENSON, T. and STRUTT, J., 2001. Small scale water recycling systems - risk assessment and modelling. Water Science and Technology, 43 (10), pp. 83-90. ISSN 0273-1223

FEWKES, A. and WARM, P., 2001. A method of modelling the performance of rainwater collection systems in the UK. In: C.J. PRATT, J.W. DAVIES and J.L. PERRY, eds., Proceedings 1st National Conference on Sustainable Drainage. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 1903818060

FEWKES, A., 2001. The water saving potential of domestic grey water re-use systems. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Economic Development and Sound Regional Resources Management, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

FEWKES, A., 1982. The recycling of domestic waste water. The simulation of usage patterns and a study of factors which influence the storage capacity. MPhil, Nottingham Trent University.

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