12 November 2003 Complex systems for daylighting and artificial lighting
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Abstract
Examples of realized sophisticated lighting products (daylighting devices and luminaires) will be presented, where complex systems are used. These systems are built up on reflective and refractive border surfaces (reflectors, lenses etc.). The surfaces are preferably composed on symmetrical and analytical geometries, whose optical behaviour is well known. In the case of complex surfaces they are computed point by point by special calculation methodes to fulfill special photometric requirements, which are not solvable with conventional design methodes.
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Wilfried Pohl, Christian Anselm, Christian Knoflach, "Complex systems for daylighting and artificial lighting", Proc. SPIE 5186, Design of Efficient Illumination Systems, (12 November 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.508152; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.508152
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