Martha G. VanGeem, PE, LEED AP BD+C
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Ms. VanGeem presents on various aspects of green buildings on a regular basis, and has authored over 100 articles and published reports.

Two of her articles have won awards: the Charles C. Zollman Award from the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute in 2006 and the F. Ross Brown Award from Construction Canada in 2005. 

1.VanGeem, M.G. 2013. “Using Concrete to Comply with the International Green Construction Code and ASHRAE 189.1.” First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, Conference Proceedings. Tokyo. May. 

2.Lorenz, E., and M. G. VanGeem. 2013. “Challenges to the Development of Product Category Rules and Environmental Product Declarations for the U.S. Concrete Industry.” First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, Conference Proceedings. Tokyo. May. 

3.VanGeem, M.G. 2013. “Optimal Thermal Mass and R-Value in Concrete.” First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, Conference Proceedings. Tokyo. May. 

4.VanGeem, M.G. 2012. “Energy and Green Building Codes and Standards Recognize CMU for its Thermal Mass.” Masonry Edge/The Story Pole. September. http://digitaleditions.walsworthprintgroup.com/publication/?i=123331&p=29 

5.Van Dam, T., Taylor, P., Fick, G., Gress, D., VanGeem, M., and Lorenz, E. 2011. Sustainable Concrete Pavements: A Manual of Practice. Taylor P., and Van Dan, T. Technical Editors. National Concrete Pavement Technology Center.

6.VanGeem, M.G., and E. Lorenz. 2011. “Understanding ASHRAE 189.1.” The Construction Specifier. October. 

7.Lorenz, E., and M. G. VanGeem. 2011. “Designing Green.” Modern Steel Construction. Chicago, Illinois: AISC. May. 

8.Lorenz, E., M. G. VanGeem, and J. Feld. 2011. “Solar Reflectance for Walls.” Concrete Construction. Chicago, Illinois: Hanley Wood. April.

9.VanGeem, M. G. 2010. “Opinions and Opportunities for Onsite Renewable Energy Integration – Renewable Energy.” U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology Field Hearing. Chicago, Illinois, November. 

10.Floyd, A. C., T. Lawrence, and M.G. VanGeem. 2010. “Right Start, Right Result: Beginning With the Site.” ASHRAE Journal’s Guide to Standard 189.1, June. 

11.Kennedy, S. D., T. Lawrence, and M.G. VanGeem. 2010. “Energy Efficiency: Building on Standard 90.1.” ASHRAE Journal’s Guide to Standard 189.1, June. 

12.Cross, J., D. Horn, and M.G. VanGeem. 2010. “Choosing Materials Wisely.” ASHRAE Journal’s Guide to Standard 189.1, June. 

13.Ferzacca, N., T. Lawrence, and M.G. VanGeem. 2010. “It’s More Than Design: Construction & Building Operation.” ASHRAE Journal’s Guide to Standard 189.1, June. 

14.VanGeem, M. G. 2010. “Green Design Trends: The New Green Standard.” Today’s Facility Manager, April. 

15.Komarek, R. L., M. G. VanGeem, and W.G. Corley. 2009. “Green Buildings and Structural Engineering.” IABSE Symposium, Sustainable Infrastructure, Bangkok. 

16.VanGeem, M. G., and M. L. Marceau. 2008. “Concrete’s Mass Appeal for Energy.” Construction Specifier, November. 

17.VanGeem, M. G., and M. L. Marceau. 2008. “Energy Performance of Concrete Buildings in Five Climates.” T01 The First International Conference on Building Energy and Environment, Dalian, China. 

18.VanGeem, M. G. 2008. “Integrating Insulation and Surface Finishes into Concrete Walls and Floors.” F02-01, The First International Conference on Building Energy and Environment, Dalian, China. 

19.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2008. “Solar Reflectance Values for Concrete.” Concrete International, August. 

20. Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2007. Solar Reflectance of Concretes for LEED Sustainable Site Credit: Heat Island Effect. R&D Serial No. 2982, Portland Cement Association. 

21.Marceau, M. L., M. A. Nisbet, and M. G. VanGeem. 2007. Life Cycle Inventory of Portland Cement Concrete. R&D Serial No. 3011, Portland Cement Association. 

22. Marceau, M. L., M. G. VanGeem, and I. Alsamsam. 2007. Modeling Energy Performance of Concrete Buildings for LEED-NC Version 2.2: Energy and Atmosphere Credit 1. Proceedings of ASHRAE/DOE Conference on Thermal Performance of the Exterior Envelopes of Whole Buildings X, ASHRAE, Atlanta.

23.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2006. Modeling Energy Performance of Concrete Buildings for LEED-NC Version 2.2: Energy and Atmosphere Credit 1. R&D Serial No. 2880a, Portland Cement Association. 

24.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2006. “Comparison of the Life Cycle Assessments of an Insulating Concrete Form House and a Wood Frame House.” Paper ID JAI13637. Journal of ASTM International Vol. 3, No. 9, American Society for Testing and Materials, West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, October. 

25.Morgan, K., and M. G. VanGeem. 2006. “Score LEED Points with Concrete.” Seattle Daily Journal, June 2. www.djc.com. 

26.VanGeem, M. G. 2006. “How ASHRAE Standards Become Codes.” ASHRAE Insights, March. www.ASHRAE.org. 

27.VanGeem, M. G. 2006. “Achieving Sustainability with Precast Concrete.” PCI Journal, January/February. 

28.VanGeem, M. G. 2006. “Energy Conservation and Condensation Control.” Designer’s Notebook, Ascent Magazine, Reprint No. DN-15, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute. 

29.Marceau, M. L., M. A. Nisbet, and M G. VanGeem. 2005. Life Cycle Inventory of Portland Cement Manufacture. PCA R&D Serial No. 2095b. Portland Cement Association. 

30.VanGeem, M. G., and J. Gajda. 2005. “Energy Efficiency of Concrete Homes.” Residential Construction, June. 

31.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2005. Modeling Energy Performance of Concrete Buildings for LEED NCv2.1 EA Credit 1. PCA R&D Serial No. 2880, Portland Cement Association. 

32.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2005. “Comparison of the Life Cycle Assessment of an Insulating Concrete Form House and a Wood Frame House.” presented at ASTM Symposium on Sustainable Production of Cement and Concrete, Dallas, Texas, December. 

33.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2005. “Building Concrete into LEED Canada-NC.” Construction Canada, January. 

34.VanGeem, M. G. 2004. “Twenty-Two years of Change at One Company While Raising Three Children.” 2004 SWE National Conference Proceedings, Society of Women Engineers. 

35.VanGeem, M. G., and M. L. Marceau. 2004. “Concrete and LEED Points.” Eco-Structure, July-August. 

36.Gajda, J., M. L. Marceau, and M. G. VanGeem. 2004. “HVAC Sizing Methodology for Insulated Concrete Homes.” U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research, Also PCA CDO44 and PCA R&D Serial No. 2520b, Portland Cement Association. 

37.Gajda, J., and M. G. VanGeem. 2004. “A Recent Trend in Bridge Construction: Mass Concrete.” Concrete Bridge Conference, May 17. 

38.Prusinski, J., M. L. Marceau, and M. G. VanGeem. 2004. “Life Cycle Inventory of Slag Cement Concrete.” Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete, CANMET/ACI. 

39.Woodyard, J., and M. G. VanGeem. 2004. Environmental Considerations Associated with Using Industrial By-Products Such as Fly Ash in Concrete. PCA R&D Serial No. 2636, Portland Cement Association. 

40.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2003. “Using Concrete to Increase LEED™ Ratings of Buildings.” Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers, Austin, Texas. 

41.VanGeem, M. G., and M. L. Marceau. 2003. “Using Ready Mixed Concrete to Construct Green Buildings.” Concrete in Focus, National Ready-Mix Concrete Association, Silver Springs, Maryland. 

42.VanGeem, M. G. 2003. “The Environmental Benefits of Masonry.” CMR Report, Volume 13, No. 1. Council for Masonry Research, International Masonry Institute, Bennington, Vermont.

43.VanGeem, M. G., and M. L. Marceau. 2003. LEED Green Building Rating System and Concrete. ECCO EV 27.01, Environmental Council of Concrete Organizations. 

44.VanGeem, M. G., and Marceau, M. L. 2003. An Engineer’s Guide to: Building Green with Concrete, Points for Concrete in LEED 2.1. PCA Publication IS312, Portland Cement Association. 

45.VanGeem, M. G., and M. L. Marceau. 2003. “Using Concrete to Construct Green Buildings.” Proceedings of the 2003 Society of Women Engineers National Conference, Society of Women Engineers, Birmingham, Alabama. 

46.VanGeem, M. G., and M. L. Marceau. 2002. “Using Concrete to Maximize LEED™ Points.” Concrete International, Vol. 24, No. 11 (November): 69-73. 

47.Marceau, M. L., J. Gajda, and M. G. VanGeem. 2002. Use of Fly Ash in Concrete: Normal and High Volume Ranges. PCA R&D Serial No. 2604, Portland Cement Association. 

48.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2002. Life Cycle Assessment of a Lightweight Concrete Masonry Unit House Compared to a Wood Frame House. PCA R&D Serial No. 2573, Portland Cement Association. 

49.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2002. Life Cycle Assessment of an Insulating Concrete Form House Compared to a Wood Frame House. PCA R&D Serial No. 2571, Portland Cement Association.

50.Marceau, M. L., and M. G. VanGeem. 2002. Life Cycle Assessment of a Concrete Masonry Unit House Compared to a Wood Frame House. PCA R&D Serial No. 2572, Portland Cement Association. 

51.Nisbet, M. A., M. L. Marceau, and M. G. VanGeem. 2002. Environmental Life Cycle Inventory of Portland Cement and Concrete. PCA R&D Serial No. 2095a, Portland Cement Association. 

52.Marceau, M. L., J. Gajda, M. G. VanGeem, and M. A. Nisbet. 2002. Partial Environmental Life Cycle Inventory of a Lightweight Concrete Masonry House Compared to a Wood Frame House, PCA R&D Serial No. 2466. Portland Cement Association. 

53.Gajda, J., and M. G. VanGeem. 2002. “Controlling Temperatures in Mass Concrete.” Concrete International, Vol. 24, No. 1 (January): 58-62. 

54.VanGeem, M. G. 2001. Fuel Savings of Heavy Trucks on Concrete Pavements. PCA SRI No. 351, Portland Cement Association. Also in German, Kraftstoffeinsparungen Fur Schwerlastkraftwagen Auf Betondecken, PCA SRI No. 351d. 

55.VanGeem, M. G., and R. Browne. 2001. “Are Temperature Requirements in Mass Concrete Specifications Reasonable?” Concrete Construction (October): 68 70.

56.VanGeem, M. G., M. L. Marceau, J. Gajda, and M. A. Nisbet. 2001. “Partial Environmental Life-Cycle Inventory of Single-Family Houses.” Proceedings of ASHRAE/DOE Thermal Performance of the Exterior Envelopes of Whole Buildings VIII. ASHRAE, Atlanta.

57.Gajda, J., M. G. VanGeem, and M. L. Marceau. 2001. “Environmental Life Cycle Inventory of Single Family Housing.” Sustainable Buildings III, 19. Building Environment and Thermal Envelope Council, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Also PCA R&D Serial No. 2415b. Portland Cement Association. 

58.Marceau, M. L., J. Gajda, M. G. VanGeem, T. A. Gentry, and M. A. Nisbet. 2001. Partial Environmental Life Cycle Inventory of a Concrete Masonry House Compared to a Wood Frame House. PCA R&D Serial No. 2465, Portland Cement Association. 

59.Gajda, J., and M. G. VanGeem. 2001. Moisture in ICF Walls. PCA R&D Serial No. 2190a, Portland Cement Association. 

60.Marceau, M. L., J. Gajda, M. G. VanGeem, T. A. Gentry, and M. A. Nisbet. 2001. Partial Environmental Life Cycle Inventory of an Insulating Concrete Form House Compared to a Wood Frame House. PCA R&D Serial No. 2464, Portland Cement Association. 

61.Gajda, J. W., and M. G. VanGeem. 2001. A Comparison of Six Environmental Impacts of Portland Cement Concrete and Asphalt Cement Concrete Pavements. PCA R&D Serial No. 2068, Portland Cement Association. 

62.Gajda, J., M. G. VanGeem, and T. A. Gentry. 2000. Investigations of Moisture in Insulating Concrete Form Walls. PCA R&D Serial No. 2190, Portland Cement Association.

63.Amelio, K., and M. G. VanGeem. 2000. Life Cycle Cost Literature Survey and Database for Concrete. PCA R&D Serial No. 2484, Portland Cement Association. 

64.Gajda, J., and M. G. VanGeem. 2000. Energy Use in Residential Housing: A Comparison of Lightweight Concrete Masonry and Wood Frame Walls. PCA R&D Serial No. 2439, Portland Cement Association. 

65.Nisbet, M. J., M. G. VanGeem, J. Gajda, and M. L. Marceau. 2000. Environmental Life Cycle Inventory of Portland Cement and Concrete. PCA R&D Serial No. 2137, Portland Cement Association. 

66.Gajda, J., P. Taylor, and M. G. VanGeem. 2000. Life Cycle Costs for Low-Rise Concrete and Steel Framed Office and Retail Buildings. PCA R&D Serial No. 2410, Portland Cement Association. 

67.Gajda, J., and M. G. VanGeem. 2000. Energy Use in Residential Housing: A Comparison of Concrete Masonry and Wood Frame Walls. PCA R&D Serial No. 2429, Portland Cement Association. 

68.Gajda, J., and M. G. VanGeem. 2000. Energy Use in Residential Housing: A Comparison of Insulating Concrete Form and Wood Frame Walls. PCA R&D Serial No. 2415, Portland Cement Association. 

69.VanGeem, M. G., K. Farahmandpour, and J. Gajda. 1999. "Case Histories of Building Material Problems Caused by Condensation at an Enclosed Swimming Pool and an Enclosed Ice Rink." Water Problems in Building Exterior Walls, STP 1352, American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. 

70.VanGeem, M. G., K. Farahmandpour, and J. Gajda. 1998. “Building Material Problems Caused by Condensation at an Enclosed Swimming Pool and an Enclosed Ice Rink.” Proceedings of the ASHRAE/DOE Conference on Thermal Performance of the Exterior Envelope of Buildings VII. ASHRAE, Atlanta.

71.VanGeem, M. G., J. Gajda, and K. Farahmandpour, 1998. “Building Material Problems Caused by Condensation.” Conference Proceedings – RCI (formerly Roof Consultants Institute) Building Envelope Symposium, Oakland, California, October. 

72.VanGeem, M. G. 1998. “The Portland Cement Association’s Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of Concrete.” Proceedings of 91st Annual Meeting, Air and Waste Management Association. 98-MA13.02 

73.Wilcox, B. A., and M. G. VanGeem. 1998. “Thermal Mass Factors for ICF Walls in the MEC and Manual J.” Proceedings of the ASHRAE/DOE Conference on Performance of the Exterior Envelope of Buildings VII, Clearwater Beach, Florida, December. 

74.VanGeem, M. G., J. Gajda, and B. Wilcox. 1998. Sizing Air-Conditioning and Heating Equipment for Residential Buildings with ICF Walls. PCA R&D Serial No. 2159, Portland Cement Association. 

75.Akbari, H., S. J. Konopacki, C. N. Eley, B. A. Wilcox, M. G. VanGeem, and D. S. Parker. 1998. “Calculations for Reflective Roofs in Support of Standard 90.1.” ASHRAE Transactions 1998, Vol. 104, Part 1, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Atlanta. 

76.VanGeem, M. G. 1998. Guidelines for Using ASHRAE 90.2-1993 with Insulating Concrete Forms. PCA R&D Serial No. 2143, Portland Cement Association. 

77.Gajda, J. and M. G. VanGeem. 1998. Moisture in Insulating Concrete Form Walls. Excellence in Buildings Conference. 

78.VanGeem, M. G. 1997. Guidelines for Using the CABO Model Energy Code with Insulating Concrete Forms. PCA R&D Serial No. 2150, Portland Cement Association. 

79.Wilcox, B., and M. G. VanGeem. 1997. “Using the MEC and Manual J for ICF Wall.” 1997 Excellence in Buildings Proceedings, Energy Efficient Building Association, Inc., E1 1 E1-9. Minneapolis. 

80.Nisbet, M. J., and M. G. VanGeem. 1997. “Environmental Life Cycle Inventory of Portland Cement and Concrete.” World Cement, 100-103. April. 

81.VanGeem, M. G., J. W. Gajda, and K. Dombrowski. 1996. “Thermal Properties of Commercially Available High-Strength Concretes.” PCA R&D Serial No. 2031, Portland Cement Association; Also 1997 ASTM Cement, Concrete, and Aggregates, Vol. 19, No. 1, June. 

82.Gajda, J. W., and M. G. VanGeem. 1995. “The Thermal Advantage of Masonry in Energy Codes and Standards.” Proceedings of the Seventh Canadian Masonry Symposium, Department of Civil Engineering, McMaster University, 216-224. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, June 5-7. 

83.VanGeem, M. G. 1992. Forty-Two-Year Test Results for PCA Series 374 on Long-Term Properties of Concrete. Report to Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Also PCA R&D Serial No. 1961. Portland Cement Association. 

84.VanGeem, M. G. 1990. “Heat Transfer Characteristics of a Recently Developed Lightweight Structural Concrete.” presented at the 1987 Bal Harbor Symposium on Insulation Materials, Testing and Applications, ASTM STP 1030, American Society for Testing and Materials, 437-463. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

85.VanGeem, M.G., significant contributor. 1989. “Thermal and Water Vapor Transmission Data.” ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals, ASHRAE, Chapter 22. 

86.VanGeem, M. G. 1989. “Thermal Conductivity of a Recently Developed Lightweight Structural Concrete.” Proceedings of the First California Thermal Insulation Conference, California Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation, 108-127. North Highlands, California. 

87.VanGeem, M. G. 1989. “An Introduction to Lightweight Concrete.” The Construction Specifier, Construction Specifications Institute, 84-89. Alexandria, December. 

88.VanGeem, M. G. 1989. “Effects of Ties on Heat Transfer through Insulated Concrete Sandwich Panel Walls.” Proceedings of the ASHRAE/DOE/BTECC/CIBSE Conference on Thermal Performance of the Exterior Envelopes of Buildings IV, ASHRAE, 206-223. Atlanta. 

89.VanGeem, M. G. 1988. “New Foundations.” Custom Builder, October, 29-32. Peterborough, New Hampshire: The Willows Publishing Group, Inc. 

90.Litvin, A. and M. G. VanGeem. 1988. Structural Thermal Break Systems for Buildings - Development and Properties of Concrete Systems. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub/ 84 21006/2, Also PCA R&D Serial No. 0880, 91, Portland Cement Association. 

91.VanGeem, M. G. 1988. Structural Thermal Break Systems for Buildings - Heat Transfer Characteristics of Lightweight Structural Concrete Walls. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 84 21006/3, 143. 

92.VanGeem, M. G. 1987. “Heat Transfer Characteristics of a Masonry Cavity Wall.” presented at the 1984 Symposium on Thermal Insulation: Materials and Systems, ASTM STP922-EB, American Society for Testing and Materials, 318-342. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

93.VanGeem, M. G. 1987. “Thermal Mass - What R-Values Neglect.” The Construction Specifier, Construction Specifications Institute, 70-77. Alexandria, 1987. 

94.VanGeem, M. G., and S. T. Shirley. 1987. Heat Transfer Characteristics of Insulated Concrete Sandwich Panel Walls. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 79 42539/8, 217. 

95.Larson, S. C., and M. G. VanGeem. 1987. Structural Thermal Break Systems for Buildings - Feasibility Study. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 84 21006/1, 88. 

96.VanGeem, M. G. 1987. “Overview of the Workshop for Hot Box Operators.” Journal of Testing and Evaluation, JTEVA, Vol. 15, No. 3, American Society for Testing and Materials, 136-137. Philadelphia, May. 

97.VanGeem, M. G. 1986. “Thermal Transmittance of Concrete Block Walls with Core Insulation.” ASHRAE Transactions 1985, Vol. 91, Pt 2, ASHRAE, Atlanta. Also, 1986. Journal of Building Physics, Vol. 9: 187-210. January. 

98.VanGeem, M. G. 1986. “Summary of Calibrated Hot Box Test Results for Twenty-One Wall Assemblies.” ASHRAE Transactions 1986, Vol. 92, Pt. 2, ASHRAE, Atlanta. Also, 1986. “Thermal Performance of Building Components.” ASHRAE Technical Data Bulletin TDB-84, ASHRAE, Atlanta. 

99.VanGeem, M. G., and S. C. Larson. 1986. Heat Transfer Characteristics of Walls with Similar Thermal Resistance Values. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/ Sub/79 42539/6, Also, PCA Serial No. 1889, Portland Cement Association. 

100.Larson, S. C., and M. G. VanGeem. 1986. Condensation on Inside Surface of Multi-layer Concrete Walls with and without Metal Ties. PCA R&D Serial No. 0889. Portland Cement Association.

101.Larson, S. C., and M. G. VanGeem. 1986. Surface Temperature Measurement Techniques for a Calibrated Hot Box Test Specimen. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 79 42539/7, 78. 

102.VanGeem, M. G. 1985. “Measuring Thermal Performance of Wall Assemblies Under Dynamic Temperature Conditions.” presented at the Workshop for Hot Box Operators, Colorado Springs, March. Also, 1987 Journal of Testing and Evaluation, JTEVA, Vol. 15, No. 3, American Society for Testing and Materials, 178-187. Philadelphia, May.

103.VanGeem, M. G. and S. C. Larson. 1985. Calibrated Hot Box Test Results Data Manual – Volume II. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 79 42539/5. 

104.VanGeem, M. G., A. Litvin, and D. W. Musser. 1985. “Insulative Lightweight Concrete for Building Walls.” Presented at October 1985 ASCE Convention, American Society of Civil Engineers, New York. 

105.VanGeem, M. G. 1984. Calibrated Hot Box Test Results Data Manual - Volume I. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 79 42539/4. 

106.VanGeem, M. G. and A. Litvin. 1984. “Energy Storage, Structural, Insulating Concrete.” Proceedings of Buildings Innovative Concepts Fair - An Experimental Technology Exchange, Arlington, Virginia, May 23. Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratory, 5.1-5.15. Richland, Washington.

107.VanGeem, M. G. and A. E. Fiorato. 1983. Heat Transfer Characteristics of a Low Density Concrete Wall. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 79 42539/3. 

108.VanGeem, M. G., A. E. Fiorato, and J. T. Julien. 1983. Heat Transfer Characteristics of a Normal Weight Concrete Wall. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 79 42539/1. Also PCA R&D Serial No. 0886. Portland Cement Association. 

109.VanGeem, M. G., and A. E. Fiorato. 1983. Heat Transfer Characteristics of a Structural Lightweight Concrete Wall. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Report No. ORNL/Sub 79 42539/2. Also PCA R&D Serial No. 0887. Portland Cement Association. 

110.VanGeem, M. G., and A. E. Fiorato. 1983. Thermal Properties of Masonry Materials for Passive Solar Design – A State-of-the-Art Review. U.S. Department of Energy Report No. DOE/CE/30739. Also PCA R&D Serial No. 0888, Portland Cement Association. 

111.VanGeem, M. G., A. E. Fiorato, and D. W. Musser. 1982. “Calibrated Hot Box Tests of Thermal Performance of Concrete Walls.” Proceedings of the ASHRAE/DOE Conference on Thermal Performance of the Exterior Envelopes of Buildings II, Las Vegas, Nevada, December. 1983, ASHRAE SP 38, 108-130. Atlanta. 

112.VanGeem, M.G. 1979. “Professional Women: How They Find Time to Raise Children,” Proceedings from the 1979 National Convention of the Society of Women Engineers, Volume 1, Professional Program, 89-1001. 





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