Proposal for an Experimental Methodology for Evaluation of Natural Lighting Systems Applied in Buildings
AbstractThis work has the objective of developing a methodology for the evaluation of indoor natural lighting systems, which, with speed and practicality, provides from real conditions of use a reliable result about the quality and performance of the proposed system. The methodology is based on the construction of two real-size test environments, which will be subjected to a natural light system through reflexive tubes made from recycled material, and to a commercial system already certified and consolidated, creating the possibility of comparison. Furthermore, the data acquired in the test environments will be examined in light of the values of solar radiation obtained from a digital meteorological station, such that it is possible to stipulate the lighting capacity of the systems at different times of the year. View Full-Text
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Spacek, A.D.; Neto, J.M.; Biléssimo, L.D.; Junior, O.H.A.; Neto, G.P.D.F.; Giansella, R.D.S.; Santana, M.V.F.D.; Malfatti, C.D.F. Proposal for an Experimental Methodology for Evaluation of Natural Lighting Systems Applied in Buildings. Energies 2017, 10, 1014.
Spacek AD, Neto JM, Biléssimo LD, Junior OHA, Neto GPDF, Giansella RDS, Santana MVFD, Malfatti CDF. Proposal for an Experimental Methodology for Evaluation of Natural Lighting Systems Applied in Buildings. Energies. 2017; 10(7):1014.Chicago/Turabian Style
Spacek, Anderson Diogo; Neto, João Mota; Biléssimo, Luciano Dagostin; Junior, Oswaldo Hideo Ando; Neto, Gustavo Pedro De Freitas; Giansella, Rodrigo Da Silva; Santana, Marcus Vinícius Ferreira De; Malfatti, Celia De Fraga. 2017. "Proposal for an Experimental Methodology for Evaluation of Natural Lighting Systems Applied in Buildings." Energies 10, no. 7: 1014.
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