Tamura, G. T., 1994, Smoke movement and control in high-rise buildings, The national fire protection association, Inc., Quincy, Massachusetts USA.
Lee, J.-H., Lim, H. W., Seo, J., Lee, J., Song, D.-S., 2009, Effect of the a floor plan of lobby floor for the Stack Effect in a High-rise Building, Proceedings of the SAREK Summer Annual Conference, pp. 293-299.
Jo, J.-H., Yeo, M.-S., Yang, I.-H., Kim, K.-W., 2000, A Study on the Stack Effect in High-rise Building, AIK, Fall Conference, pp. 769-772.
Lim et al., 2009, A Study on Application of an E/V Shaft Cooling System to Reduce the Stack Effect in High-Rise Building, Proceedings of the SAREK Summer Annual Conference, pp. 284-292.
Park, D. R. et al., 2007, Reduction Strategies of Stack Effect in High-Rise Residential Building, AIK, Conference, pp. 773-776.
Jo, J.-H. et al., 2002, A Case study on the field measurement and reduction of the stack effect in highrise buildings, AIK Journal, Vol. 18, No. 7, pp. 169-176.
Wang, M.-H. et al., 2008, Investigation into the variable characteristics of the air flow rates for reducing the stack effect using the revolving door, KSLES Journal, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 440-446.
Kim, J.-J. et al., 2014, Research on HVAC system operating schemes for pressurization to reduce stack effect problems in elevator halls of high-rise office building, AIK Journal, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 239-246.
Lee, J. H. et al., 2008, Study on the measures for stack effect considering sustainable side, Magazine of the SAREK, Vol. 37 No. 11, pp. 35-40.
Song, D. et al., 2008, Summary and measures for the stack effect, Magazine of the SAREK, Vol. 37, No. 11, pp. 4-13.