Jason joined NREL in 2010 after working there as a doctoral student since 2007. Jason's area of expertise is heat and mass transfer, including the design, analysis, and testing of heat and mass transfer devices and processes.
- Membrane processes for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
- Desiccant dehumidification and absorption cooling
- Thermal energy storage
- Heat and mass transfer enhancements
- Combined cooling, heat, and power (CCHP) systems
- Moisture storage and transport in building materials
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
Woods, J. and J. Winkler, Field measurement of moisture-buffering model inputs for residential buildings, Energy and Buildings 117 (2016) 91-98.
Woods, J., Membrane processes for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 33 (2014) 290-304.
Woods, J. and E. Kozubal, Heat transfer and pressure drop in spacer filled channels for membrane energy recovery ventilators, Applied Thermal Engineering 50 (2013) 868-76.
Woods, J. and E. Kozubal, A desiccant-enhanced evaporative air conditioner: Numerical model and experiments, Energy Conversion and Management 65 (2013) 208-20.
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