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Working Environment, Light, Lighting Microclimate, Simulation.

ABSTRACT

The article deals with designing internal artificial lighting as part of the work on the environment, which is subject to certain rules, derived from the nature of lighting. Good lighting exerts an impact on visual comfort - which contributes to overall psychological well-being, and indirectly also to the quality and productivity of performance, to reliability, and to visual performance - and which must be maintained, especially in long-term operations and in adverse conditions, to ensure quality of work and safety. One of the most frequently raised requirements for project design nowadays is speed; therefore a successful project cannot be done without good application software. The result is hundreds of drawings and various other outputs, which, without good software, cannot be handled within a short period of time. Modeling and simulation technologies are tools to streamline the presentation and assess the risks for the implementation.

CITATION INFORMATION

Acta Mechanica Slovaca. Volume 16, Issue 1, Pages 6 – 17, ISSN 1335-2393

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  Teoretical Basis and Application Possibility of Radiosity Methods for Lighting Researches

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