Guide: How to cite a Dissertation in Oxford HUMSOC style

Guide: How to cite a Dissertation in Oxford HUMSOC style

Cite A Dissertation in Oxford HUMSOC style

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Use the following template to cite a dissertation using the Oxford HUMSOC citation style. For help with other source types, like books, PDFs, or websites, check out our other guides. To have your reference list or bibliography automatically made for you, try our free citation generator.


Pink text = information that you will need to find from the source.
Black text = text required by the Oxford HUMSOC style.

Reference list

Place this part in your bibliography or reference list at the end of your assignment.


Author Surname, Author Initial. (Year Published). Title (Level). Institution Name.


 (2014). .

In-text citation

Place this part right after the quote or reference to the source in your assignment.


(Author Surname Year Published)


7.1	Attalage R.A. Prof., Jayasingha M.T.R Prof.,.- Comfort Condition for Built Environment
7.2	Attalage R.A. Prof., Jayasingha M.T.R. Prof., - Passive Techniques for Residential Buildings in Low Altitude in Sri Lanka
7.3	Attalage R.A. Prof., Jayasingha M.T.R. Prof., - Concepts for Sustainable Residential Development for Urban and Suburban areas in Sri Lanka
7.4	Attalage R.A. Prof., Lecture notes in Building Services Engineering Course 2008/9, Air Conditioning
7.5	Jayasingha M.T.R Prof. - Lecture notes in Building Services Engineering Course 2008/9, Sustainable Built Environment
7.6	Robert Zogg, Kurt Roth, James Brodrick, Lake - Source District Cooling Systems
7.7	Eric M. Moe, Building Performance with District Cooling
7.8	H. Yang, J Burnett, K. Lau, L. Lu, Comparing Central and Split Air - Conditioning Systems
7.9	Thomad Hartman, Networked District Cooling Plant Offers Lower First and Operating Costs
7.10	K.P. Papageorgiou, D. Anastaselos, A.M. Papadopoulos, District cooling, a technology with great potential of application
7.11	P. Poeuf, B Senejean, C. Ladaurade, District Cooling System : the Most Efficient System for Urban Applications
7.12	Hesham M. Safwat, Mahmoud A. Fouad, District Cooling Energy and Economic Analysis
7.13	A. Dalla Rosa, H. Li, S. Svendsen, Method for optimal design of pipes for low - energy district heating, with focus on heat losses.
7.14	Nurdan Yildirim. Macit Toksoy, Guden Gokcen, District heating system design for a university campus
7.15	Tomoji Nagota, Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Minoru Mizuno, Verification of the energy - saving effect of the district heating and cooling system - Simulation of an electric - driven heat pump system
7.16	Dr. Chirdpun Vitooraporn, Worachat  Jiratthitijaroen, District Cooling Plant : Refrigeration Plant Simulation
7.17	John Mater, District Cooling System & Chiller Selection
7.18	T.T. Chow, Apple L.S. Chan, C.L. Song, Building-Mix Optimization in District-Cooling System implementation  
7.19	Fu Lin, Jiang Yi, Yuan Weixing, Qin Xuzhong, Influence Of Supply and Return Water Temperatures on The Energy  Consumption of a District Cooling System
7.20	T.T. Chow, W.H. Au, Raymond Yau, Vincent Cheng, Apple Chan, K.F. Fong, Appling District-Cooling Technology in Hong Kong
7.21	Gang Wang, Yingixin Zhu, How to Develop District Cooling in China With Success
7.22	Ova Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd, Implementation Study For a District Cooling Scheme at South East Kowloon Development
7.23	George Berbari, History Of District Cooling in the Middle East
7.24	Jens Knissel, Energy Efficient Office Buildings
7.25	Amir Ishan ABD. Salam, Development of Simulation Program for Thermal Energy Storage Integrated District Cooling System
7.26	Haihua Zhao, Hongbin Zhang, Phil Sharpe, Blaise Hamanaka, Wie Yan,   WoonSeong Jeong, Ice Thermal Storage Systems for LWR Supplemental Cooling and Peak Power Shifting
7.27	Tey Peng Kee, District Cooling System at Mariana Bay, Singapore
7.28	Makai Ocean Engineering, Seawater Air Conditioning (SWAC) - An Introduction
7.29	Jan Don Hogh, Nick Bjorn Andersen, District Cooling - A 'HOT' Issue
7.30	BIOS BIOENERGYSTEME GmbH,Graz, Description of cooling technologies under consideration of different re-cooling options, district cooling networks and combined cooling as well as heat and power production
7.31	George Sarraf, Dr. Walid Fayad, Tarek El Sayed, Simon-Pierre Monette, Unlocking the Potential of District Cooling The Need for GCC Governments to Take Action (2014)

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