Energy Systems Laboratory
Texas A&M University's Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL), established in 1939, is a division of the Texas Engineering Experiment Station. Affiliated with the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the College of Architecture, ESL develops and transfers energy efficiency technology.
ESL specializes in field research such as:
- Metering and modeling energy use in buildings
- Optimization of heating, ventilation, and cooling systems, known as Continuous Commissioning®
- Modeling and analysis of data collected, including calibrated simulation and measurement and verification of photovoltaic solar installations
To view a complete listing of ESL publications in the catalog, click here. Some of these publications are not available at this site due to copyright restrictions.
Contents of this community
[-]Energy Systems Laboratory 
(Energy Systems Lab, November 2011)
(Energy Systems Lab, May 2010)
(Energy Systems Lab, November 2009)
Reliability Design and Case Study of a Refrigerator Compressor Subjected to Repetitive Loads, International Journal of Refrigeration(Energy Systems Lab, March 2009)