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The Influence of Luminous Source Affecting on the Perception of Textile Color (직물색의 지각에 미치는 광원의 영향)

  • Choi, Na-Young;Yang, Lee-Na;Lee, Jong-Sook
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.214-220
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study is to derive the use of the luminous source corresponding to the intention and contribute to product display by visually evaluating the relations between luminous source and colors, analyzing and reviewing the subjective perceptions depending on the luminous source, and clarifying the colors of artificial luminous source that look close to natural lights by each color. Hence, the researcher objectified the subjective evaluation for which they used sensory evaluation method with four colors of luminous sources(natural colors, 2800K, 4200K, and 6500K) and five colors of textiles(purple, blue, green, yellow, and red) by quantifying the evaluation. As a result, we could obtain the conclusion as follows. As for the temperature of textile colors under artificial luminous sources that appeared most close to the colors of textiles under natural luminous sources, 6500K was most frequent, and the temperature of the luminous sources that appeared most different was 2800K. However, as there were also 4200K colors that looked most close to the textile colors under natural light source, it was observed that the temperature differs depending on the textile colors. In addition, less glossy textiles exhibited more visual changes by luminous source colors than comparatively more glossy textiles, and it was observed that the most influenced color was purple, as purple has shown the largest difference among colors.

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The Luminous Intensity Distribution Modeling of Planar Prism Using Photometric Data (배광데이터를 이용한 평면프리즘 조명기구의 배광 모델링)

  • Kim, Yu-Sin;Choi, An-Seop;Kim, Hoon
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of IIIuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers Conference
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    • pp.14-18
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    • 2005
  • It is important to select light sources and luminaires in the process of lighting design. Therefore, development of light sources has been constantly grown for a high efficacy and long life. And, the design of luminaires has been developed for the reflection of light mechanism. But it has been not enough to study for the refraction of light mechanism Therefore, the propose of this study is to study for the refraction of light mechanism. In addition, this study is modeling for the luminous intensity distribution of planar prism to use the results of photometric data that is able to obtain various luminous intensity distribution.

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Construction of a Distribution Photometer System for Automobile Light Sources (자동차용 광원의 광도분포 측정장치(배광측정기)제작)

  • 김용완;김홍기;이인원;이완순;이상원
    • The Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers
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    • v.10 no.4
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    • pp.53-61
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    • 1996
  • A distribution photometer was constructed to measure the angular distribution of luminous intensity of light sources and the reflected luminance of retroreflectors. This system incorporates a goniometer to rotate test light source(360 degree in yaw rotation and $\pm$30 degree in pictch rotation), a photomultiplier tube as light detector, light projector for retroreflection measurements, and the control and display unit. The ranges of luminous Intensity measurements and observation angles are 0.01~199900 cd and 0.2~1.5 degree respectively. The uncertainty of luminous intensity measurements is $\pm$3%. This paper describes the construction of the distribution photometer and the performance characteristics.

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Analysis of the Correlation between Human Sensibility and Physical Property of luminous Sources -Focused on Response according to Character of Color Temperature by luminous Sources- (건축조명광원의 광학적 특성에 따른 인간의 감성반응 분석 -조명광원별 색온도 특성에 따른 반응을 중심으로-)

  • Lee, Jin-Sook;Oh, Do-Suk
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Illuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers
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    • v.19 no.5
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    • pp.9-16
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    • 2005
  • The purpose of this research is to acquire emotional data on luminous source by measuring and evaluating human emotional response to the change of the optical feature of luminous environment Luminous sources used in actual architectural space were selected with the optical feature of luminous soured then to measure and analysis human emotional response on Luminous Source. As a result of that 1) In the result of performance measurement by the item of the clear vision of an optic function the fluorescent lamp of daylight indicated the most excellent Performance. 2) In the item of fatigue and stress, the metal halide lamp and mercury lamp showed the most 3) In $\ulcorner$ suitable in light$\lrcorner$, $\ulcorner$a similar with daylight$\lrcorner$ adjective of the amenity item the fluorescent lamp of daylight which color temperature was high turned up to be high also, in $\ulcorner$brilliant$\lrcorner$, adjective, the metal halide lamp and mercury lamp turned up to be low. 4) In the result of factor analysis, three factors $\ulcorner$activity$\lrcorner$, $\ulcorner$potency$\lrcorner$, $\ulcorner$evaluation$\lrcorner$ were abstracted and $\ulcorner$activity$\lrcorner$ factor has the most influential on evaluating the mood of interior space. 5) For the affection in the mood evaluation by each luminous sources, $\ulcorner$activity$\lrcorner$ factor was the most influential by metal halide lamp and fluorescent lamp of daylight, $\ulcorner$potency$\lrcorner$ factor was most influential by kind of incandescent lamp, $\ulcorner$evaluation$\lrcorner$ factor was most influential by fluorescent lamp of low color temperature.

THE COSMIC EVOLUTION OF LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES: STRONG INTERACTIONS/MERGERS OF GAS-RICH DISKS

  • SANDERS D. B.
    • Journal of The Korean Astronomical Society
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    • v.36 no.3
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    • pp.149-158
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    • 2003
  • Deep surveys at mid-infared through submillimeter wavelengths indicate that a substantial fraction of the total luminosity output from galaxies at high redshift (z > 1) emerges at wavelengths 30 - 300${\mu}m$. In addition, much of the star formation and AGN activity associated with galaxy building at these epochs appears to reside in a class of luminous infrared galaxies (LIGs), often so heavily enshrouded in dust that they appear as 'blank-fields' in deep optical/UV surveys. Here we present an update on the state of our current knowledge of the cosmic evolution of LIGs from z = 0 to z $\~$ 4 based on the most recent data obtained from ongoing ground-based redshift surveys of sources detected in ISO and SCUBA deep fields. A scenario for the origin and evolution of LIGs in the local Universe (z < 0.3), based on results from multiwavelength observations of several large complete samples of luminous IRAS galaxies, is then discussed.

DUST-OBSCURED RADIO AGNS FROM THE WISE SURVEY

  • Kim, Minjin;Lonsdale, Carol J.;Lacy, Mark;Kimball, Amy;Condon, Jim
    • Publications of The Korean Astronomical Society
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    • v.27 no.4
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    • pp.289-290
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    • 2012
  • Feedback from accreting BH (AGN) is thought to be responsible for the co-evolution of BHs and galaxies. It is likely to be prominent in the most luminous dust-obscured quasars, particularly those containing radio sources too luminous to be powered by starbursts. In order to investigate the feedback mechanism in detail, we select a unique sample containing ~ 200 of the most luminous obscured QSOs by cross-matching the WISE catalog with the FIRST and NVSS radio surveys. We present overall statistics for the observed range of colors and radio/mid-IR flux density ratio. We also present our efforts to understand the physical and evolutionary nature of these extreme feedback candidates using various telescopes such as Magellan, SOAR, Herschel, and ALMA.

Effect of Luminance Difference on Discomfort Glare from a Large Glare Source with Non-uniform Luminance (대광원의 상하부 휘도차가 불쾌글레어 평가에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Wonwoo;Kim, Jeong Tai
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.7 no.5
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    • pp.29-34
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    • 2007
  • Discomfort glare from windows is an important issue in window and daylighting design. This study aims to investigate the effect of luminance difference between the lower and the upper part of a large glare source. Experiments were conducted using a luminous body divided into two parts, the upper part and the lower part. The degree of discomfort glare from the luminous body was examined. The result shows that the part with lower luminance is perceived as a glare source when the part has higher luminance then the background luminance. The degree of discomfort glare was estimated for the experimental conditions, and compared to the observations. The estimation was made using two methods: one summed the glare sensation for each section, and the other used the average luminance of the whole luminous body. The result of the comparison shows that the method using the average luminance has approximate values to the observations. Consequently, the use of the average luminance was proposed for evaluation of discomfort glare from non-uniform large glare sources.

An Analysis for the Night illuminance Affected on Light Environments and Weather Conditions (광환경과 기상조건에 따른 야간조도 영향 분석)

  • Lee, Jaewon;Park, Inchun;Choi, Cheolmin;Kim, Young-chul
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Aviation and Aeronautics
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    • v.24 no.1
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    • pp.25-32
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    • 2016
  • This study deals with the light environments and weather conditions affecting to the night illuminance over the Korean peninsula. The experiment was executed to analyze the effects on the illuminance at separate sites(Gyeryong and Pilseung) considering the different light environments. The analysis was applied to illuminance measurement from the lightmeter, which was developed for the IYA(International Year of Astronomy) 2009, in order to observe the illuminance of areal networks. The weather observations, such as the cloud cover and visibility, were used to understand the quantitative influence of the illuminance to the selected sites. The results show that the illuminance measurements are significantly different from data of the operational illuminance prediction model which simply applies extinction effect for the illuminance. It shows that these differences are caused by the light environments and weather conditions for each site. Therefore, it can be confirmed that the night illuminance is the output of interaction with the characteristics of light for luminous sources.

AKARI DEEP FIELD SOUTH: SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS OF INFRARED SOURCES

  • Sedgwick, Chris;Serjeant, Stephen;Pearson, Chris;Matsuura, Shuji;Shirahata, Mai;Matsuhara, Hideo;Marchetti, Lucia;White, Glenn J.;Vaccari, Mattia;Baronchelli, Ivano;Rodighiero, Giulia;Hadsukade, Bunyo;Clements, David L.;Amber, Simon
    • Publications of The Korean Astronomical Society
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    • v.32 no.1
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    • pp.281-285
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    • 2017
  • We present a summary of our spectroscopic redshift catalogue of 404 sources in the AKARI Deep Field South (ADF-S). We have used the AAOmega spectrograph to target mid-infrared and far-infrared sources selected primarily from AKARI observations in this field for which we were able to obtain optical counterparts. Our sources with identified redshifts include 316 with $H{\alpha}$ detections at $z{\leq}0.345$ and 15 sources at z > 1 with MgII or $Ly{\alpha}$ emission lines. About 13% of our $z{\leq}0.345$ sources are dominated by active galactic nuclei (AGN) emission, although many show emission from both star formation and AGNs. The median Balmer decrement is 5.9. Ultra-luminous infrared galaxies (ULIRGs) were found only in the higher-redshift sources. Optical and near infrared data will be available shortly, enabling calibration of the line luminosities and spectral energy distribution (SED) fitting for these sources.