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Proposal of the Prediction Equation for Interior Daylight Illuminance
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Proposal of the Prediction Equation for Interior Daylight Illuminance
Park, Woong-Kyu; Park, Tae-Ju; Kang, Gyu-Min; Lee, Sang-Yup; Song, Doosam;
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 Abstract
In these days, most of the office buildings are being required to save energy for maintenance. lighting system constitutes 20% to 30% of the total annual electrical energy consumption in office buildings. As an energy saving strategy for lighting system, dimming control system based on illuminance sensors came into use. But the system is accompanied with many illuminance sensors to control lighting and needs a lot of initial investment. In this study, the prediction equation for indoor daylighting illuminance distribution is proposed through the review for conventional research results and field measurements. The proposed equation was verified by the comparison between predicted results and field measurement results. The developed prediction equation for daylighting can be used to control the indoor illuminance level with the limited sensor when dimming control system is operated.
 Keywords
Interior daylight illuminance distributions;Dimming control;Daylighting;Prediction equation;
 Language
Korean
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