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Fundamentals of lighting

Author: Susan M Winchip
Publisher: New York : Fairchild Books, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Focuses on the interior design profession with a more extensive integrative approach to lighting and a fresh emphasis on sustainable lighting design. It covers the basics of lighting systems and demonstrates how lighting is interrelated with the design process, human factors, sustainability, global issues, design fundamentals, regulations, business practices, and professional values in both commercial and  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Susan M Winchip
ISBN: 1609010868 9781609010867
OCLC Number: 659712207
Description: xiv, 354 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Principles of lighting : Introduction to quality lighting : What is light? : Quality lighting; Vision and lighting; Light and emotive responses ; Layered lighting : General lighting; Task lighting; Accent lighting; Decorative lighting --
Color and directional effects of lighting : Lamps and color : Chromaticity; Color rendering index ; Directional effects of lighting : Brightness and glare; Reflectance, optical control, and transmission ; Color, directional effects, and LEED certification --
Natural and artificial light sources : Daylighting design : Advantages and disadvantages of natural light; Solar geometry and the variability of sunlight ; Characteristics of electrical light sources : Incandescent and halogen lamps; Halogen lamps; Fluorescent lamps; High-intensity discharge lamps; Remote source illumination systems: Fiber optic lighting; Solid-state lighting and induction lamps; Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) ; Natural and artificial light sources and LEED certification --
Energy, the environment, and sustainable design : Energy : Global energy consumption; Energy consumption for lighting ; Environmental and sustainable design : Daylighting; Lamps; Luminaires; Controls and maintenance ; Energy codes, economics, and disposal regulations : Energy standards and codes; Energy and economics; Disposal regulations ; Energy, environment, sustainable design and LEED certification --
Illumination, human health, and behavior : Optimizing the person-in-environment system : Physiological factors; Psychological factors; Lighting effects on behavior ; Universal design : Physical environment ; Illumination, human health and behavior and LEED certification --
Lighting systems: luminaires : Luminaire types : Recessed luminaires; Surface-mount luminaires; Suspended luminaires; Track luminaires; Structural luminaires; Furniture-integrated luminaires; Portable luminaires; Specifying luminaires; Manufacturers' specifications; Selection considerations ; Luminaires and LEED certification --
Lighting systems: controls : Auxiliary controls : Transformers; Ballasts ; Lighting controls : criteria for specifying controls; Equipment ; Controls and LEED certification --
Quantity of light : Units of measurement : International system of units; Photometric data ; Calculations : Lumen method; point-by-point method ; Quantity of light and LEED certification --
Part II. Lighting design applications and the design process : Lighting design process: project planning through design development ; The lighting design process ; Initial phases : Project planning; Programming ; Design phases : Schematic design; Design development ; LEED certification and the design process --
Lighting design process: contract documents through postoccupancy evaluation : Contract documents ; Contract administration ; Postoccupancy evaluation ; LEED certification and the design process --
Residential applications : Transitional spaces : Entryways and foyers; Hallways and staircases ; Task specific illumination : Tasks performed in multiple spaces; Tasks performed in dedicated spaces ; Quality lighting in top-rated LEED certified residential buildings ; Case study: living homes --
Commercial applications : Task-oriented commercial interiors : Offices; Educational facilities; Healthcare institutions ; Customer-oriented commercial interiors : Hotels; Restaurants; Retail stores ; Quality lighting in a LEED certified commercial building ; Case study: innovative commercial lighting --
Appendix A. Lighting manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers --
Appendix B. Professional organizations, government agencies, and trade associations --
Glossary.
Responsibility: Susan M. Winchip.
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