Analysis of Daylight Control in a Chateau Interior
AbstractAssessment of daylighting in the residential hall of a historical chateau is presented. The evaluation is based on both the daylight measurement and simulations. Illuminance levels in the interior were controlled in accordance with requirements for light exposition of light sensitive materials. Valuable paintings and claddings as well as wallpapers and furniture upholstery in the hall are extremely light sensitive and they need to be protected from light damage. The daylight measurements and simulations give an overview of daylight conditions in the annual profile for clear sky conditions and for different levels of window shadings. View Full-Text
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Mohelníková, J.; Míček, D.; Floreková, S.; Selucká, A.; Dvořák, M. Analysis of Daylight Control in a Chateau Interior. Buildings 2018, 8, 68.
Mohelníková J, Míček D, Floreková S, Selucká A, Dvořák M. Analysis of Daylight Control in a Chateau Interior. Buildings. 2018; 8(5):68.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mohelníková, Jitka; Míček, Denis; Floreková, Skarleta; Selucká, Alena; Dvořák, Martin. 2018. "Analysis of Daylight Control in a Chateau Interior." Buildings 8, no. 5: 68.
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