Ventrella, S. Zhang, N. MacCarty. Integrating rapid ethnographic techniques in design for development: a case study for design of a cookstove monitoring system. In press for Design Studies.
MacCarty, S. Bentson, K. Cushman, J. Au, C. Li, D. Still. Stratification of particulate matter in a kitchen: A comparison of empirical to predicted concentrations and implications for cookstove emissions targets. In press for Energy for Sustainable Development.
Ventrella and N. MacCarty. Monitoring impacts of clean cookstoves and fuels with the Fuel, Usage, and Emissions Logger (FUEL): field testing and reporting capabilities. Energy for Sustainable Development 52:82-95. 2019.
Moses, N. MacCarty. What Makes a Cookstove Usable? Trials of a Usability Testing Protocol in Uganda, Guatemala, and the United States. Energy Research and Social Science 52:221-235. 2019.
Burleson, B. Tilt, K. Sharp, N. MacCarty Reinventing boiling: A rapid ethnographic and engineering evaluation of a high-efficiency thermal water treatment technology in Uganda. Energy Research and Social Science. 52:68-77. 2019.
Moses N., M. Pakravan, N. MacCarty. Development of a practical evaluation for cookstove usability. Energy for Sustainable Development. 48:154-163. 2019.
Stevenson P., C. Mattson, KM Bryden, N. MacCarty. Toward a Universal Impact Metric for Engineered Products in Developing Countries. Journal of Mechanical Design. 140(4) :041404-041404-10. 2018.
Suram S., N. MacCarty, and K.M. Bryden, “Engineering design analysis utilizing a cloud platform” Advances in Engineering Software 115:374-385. 2018.
Still D., S. Bentson, N. Murray, N. MacCarty. Laboratory experiments regarding the use of filtration and retained heat to reduce particulate matter emissions from biomass cooking. Energy for Sustainable Development.42:129-135, 2018.
MacCarty N. and K.M. Bryden, “Costs and impacts of potential energy strategies for rural households in developing communities” Energy 138:1157-1174, 2017.
MacCarty N. and K.M. Bryden, “An integrated systems model for energy services in rural developing communities” Energy 113:536-557, 2016.
MacCarty N. and K.M. Bryden, “A generalized heat transfer model for shielded-fire household cookstoves” Energy for Sustainable Development, 33:96-107, 2016.
MacCarty N. and K.M. Bryden, “A unified set of experimental data for cylindrical, natural draft, shielded single pot wood-fired cookstoves” Energy for Sustainable Development, 26:62-71, 2015.
MacCarty N. and K.M. Bryden, “Modeling of Household Biomass Cookstoves: A Review,” Energy for Sustainable Development, 26:1-13, 2015.
MacCarty N., D. Still, and D. Ogle, “Fuel Use and Emissions Performance of Fifty Cooking Stoves in the Laboratory and Related Benchmarks of Performance,” Energy for Sustainable Development, 14(3):161-171, 2010.
Roden C.A., T.C. Bond, S. Conway, A.B.O. Pinel, N. MacCarty, and D. Still, “Laboratory and Field Investigations of Particulate and Carbon Monoxide Emissions from Traditional and Improved Cookstoves,” Atmospheric Environment 43:1170-1181, 2009.
MacCarty N., D. Ogle, and D. Still, “A laboratory comparison of the global warming impact of five major types of biomass cooking stoves,” Energy for Sustainable Development, 12(2):56-65, 2008.