lec1 - ± Color perception Course contents Fundamentals of...

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4.430 Daylighting Fall 2006 09/07/06 Instructor: Marilyne Andersen
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Learning objectives Provide tools for efficient integration of daylighting issues in the design process ± Identify factors involved in a (day)lighting situation ± Predict critical issues ± Determine quantities with adequate terminology / units ± Select and apply the appropriate evaluation method ± Produce a diagnostic of the (day)lighting conditions ± Propose relevant (advanced) daylighting strategies and appropriate electric lighting systems ± Extract information from catalogues / research literature
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Course contents Fundamentals of lighting ± Benefits, issues, availability of daylighting ± Solar radiation, sun course ± Photometry and daylighting metrics ± Visual comfort ± Electric lighting
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Unformatted text preview: ± Color perception Course contents Fundamentals of lighting ± Benefits, issues, availability of daylighting ± Solar radiation, sun course ± Photometry and daylighting metrics ± Visual comfort ± Electric lighting ± Color perception Advanced strategies and design tools ± Design and assessment tools ± Advanced lighting control, complex windows Assignments Participation and homework 30% ± 6 problem sets, reading assignments ± site visits and analyses In-class quiz 20% ± on fundamentals ± October 17, 1h30’ Design project 50% ± 3 parts: diagnostic, concept, proposal ± teams of 2-3, table critiques ± final presentation (10-15’) on Dec 5 and Dec 7 ± written report (~10 pages) due Dec 12...
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