Architectural lighting design
About: Architectural lighting design is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 262 publications have been published within this topic receiving 2236 citations.
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TL;DR: In this article, the authors give a brief historical and forward-looking overview of conventional and SSL lighting technologies, and describe some of the simplest but most important lamp, chip, and materials design choices that will need to be made.
Abstract: The aim of this article is twofold. First, we give a brief historical and forward-looking overview of conventional and SSL lighting technologies. We focus on SSL technology based on inorganic light-emitting diodes (SSL-LEDs), rather than that based on organic light-emitting diodes (SSL-OLEDs), as SSL-LED technology is more advanced and more likely to be first to enter general illumination applications. Second, we describe some of the simplest but most important lamp, chip, and materials design choices that will need to be made. We especially focus on the constraints imposed on those design choices if SSL-LED technology is to fulfill its promise for general illumination.
17 Mar 2010
TL;DR: In this article, a waveguide medium is configured such that the distance the radiation travels from the excitation source to the phosphor layer is at least one centimeter in length, and the configuration of the waveguide allows a greater flexibility in lighting system configurations.
Abstract: A lighting system for generating an illumination product comprises an excitation source, blue/UV LED, operable to generate excitation radiation and a remotely located phosphor, photo luminescent material. Excitation radiation is guided from the excitation source to the phosphor by a waveguiding medium, the waveguiding medium being configured such that the distance the radiation travels from the excitation source to the phosphor layer is at least one centimeter in length. The UV/blue excitation source provides excitation radiation to the phosphor(s), causing the phosphor(s) to photo luminesce, and it may also provide a component of the final illumination product. The configuration of the waveguide allows a greater flexibility in lighting system configurations, such as hanging lighting fixtures, desk lighting fixtures, floor standing lighting fixtures, desk lamps, track lighting, spot lighting, accent lighting, lighting panels, inspection lamps and endoscopes.
01 Nov 1990
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present a project with a set of criteria for the design of a lighting system for daylighting lamps and luminaries, based on the criteria of psychological and physiological factors.
Abstract: Preface. Acknowledgments. Background. The Problem. Project Scope. Design Goals. Criteria / Spatial Factors. Criteria / Systems Factors. Criteria / Psychological and Physiological Factors. Criteria / Task Factors. Daylighting. Lamps. Luminaries. Controls. Design Tools. Construction. Index.
15 Feb 2001
TL;DR: The luminous intensity table and related computer applications as discussed by the authors can be used to measure the luminous field of a luminaire, including direct illuminance from point, line and area sources.
Abstract: The light field of a luminaire * The luminous intensity table and related computer applications * Direct illuminance from point, line and area sources * Flux transfer * Interreflected light * Optical design * Colour * Interior lighting * Main road and motorway lighting * Residential and road lighting * Tunnel lighting * Floodlighting * Specific applications : airfield lighting and emergency lighting * Daylight calculations * Measurements * Appendix.
TL;DR: In this article, the power quality of high-power lighting networks based on LED and high-pressure sodium lamps was investigated using measurements, including harmonic currents in the frequency range up to 150 kHz for all technologies.
Abstract: High-pressure sodium lamps are currently the main lamps used in public lighting. However, the possibility of using high-power light emitting diode (LEDs) for street lighting is growing continuously due to their greater energy efficiency, robustness, long life and light control. The aim of this paper is to study the power quality of high-power lighting networks based on LED and high-pressure sodium lamps. Both electromagnetic and dimmable electronic ballasts, which can dim the lamp output smoothly and uniformly, have been used connected to high-pressure sodium lamps. High-pressure sodium lamps connected to electronic equipment have been tested with different arc power levels using dimming on a 230 V power supply. The study presented in this paper is completely based on measurements, including harmonic currents in the frequency range up to 150 kHz for all the technologies. The main results show a broadband spectrum in LED lamps which confirms other research in ﬂuorescent lamps powered by high-frequency ball...
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