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Buildings, Volume 8, Issue 9 (September 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Daylight usage in buildings improves visual comfort and lowers the electricity demand for [...] Read more. Daylight usage in buildings improves visual comfort and lowers the electricity demand for artificial lighting. A translucent, thermal insulation between two textile roof membranes combines daylight usage and heating demand reduction in a case study sport building. The current article quantifies the daylight and lighting energy performance of this still-rare construction in absolute numbers. Field measurements and supporting simulations deliver valuable indicators and a promising reduction of 30%. View this paper.