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Unformatted text preview: CEE496 — ELECTRICAL BUILDING SYSTEMS LIGHTING CALCULATIONS February 1, 2005 PROBLEM SET #1 Point—by-Point Method 1. Calculate the initial illuminance values at points A and B on the section drawing below. Use the candela values on the cut sheet for the adjustable, low voltage, quartz downlight, the bottom set of data and 30 degree tilt. Hint: Remember, you are only interested in the luminous intensity perpendicular to the plane of the calculation point. Can floor) ‘12 (Man! it) 2. Calculate the maintained illuminance values at points A and B on the layout below. Use the candela values on the cut sheet for the compact fluorescent downlight, the top set of data. Use a light loss factor (LLF) of 0.85. Hint: Remember, that illuminance adds and that you are only interested in the luminous intensity from each source perpendicular to the calculation point. 3. Using the CU table from the cut sheet for the fluorescent parabolic trofl'er and the criteria below, ' calculate the following: Workplane height — 30”, (24) 3-1amp light fixtures with 2900 lumens per lamp, ceiling reflectance — 70%, wall reflectance — 50%, floor reflectance — 20%, ballast factor — 0.9, lamp lumen depreciation factor — 0.9, luminaire dirt depreciation factor — 0.95, room dimensions ~ 50’ x 35’, ceiling height — 9’ UOW? Calculate the Room Cavity Ratio (RCR). Determine the Coefficient of Utilization (CU). Calculate the Light Loss Factor (LLF). Calculate the average maintained illuminance at the workplane. 4. 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