Evaluating office lighting environments: second level analysis
Belinda Lowenhaupt Collins, Lighting Research Institute, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.), United States. Dept. of Energy
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology - Electric lighting - 129 pages
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912 work stations ambient lighting system ambient system amount of light analysis Area Factor assessments of lighting ASSESSMENTS/PERCEPTIONS OF BRIGHTNESS average luminance category Bothersomeness of Glare buildings cd/m2 fL Cross Tabulation database desk DFSM different lighting systems DIFP direct systems dissatisfied Distribution of illuminance DRFLN DRFLV and IFFM DRFLV system enclosed offices evaluation Fairly Figure 17 figure indicates function of lighting furniture integrated task glare from task HIDP IFFM system INDFP indirect ambient lighting integrated task lighting lighting design lighting power density lighting system type Little daylighting louvers DRFLV lower LPD's luminaires luminous flux mean illuminances occupant satisfaction overall oZ oZ partitions photometric photometric data POE study present ratings of lighting relationship satisfied space spaciousness station floor area station lighting satisfaction suggests surface systems furniture Table task illuminances task lighting system task units tended Total types of lighting VDT's Verv