Patterns of Lighting Use in a School Classroom

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TypeArticle
Journal titleBuilding Research Note
ISSN0701-5232
Volume132
Pages18
SubjectLighting; energy; consumption; energy conservation; artificial lighting; interior lighting; use (utilization); classrooms; school buildings; Lighting; Eclairage; energie; consommation (activite); conservation de l' energie; eclairage artificiel; eclairage interieur; usage (utilisation); salle de cours; batiment scolaire
AbstractTime lapse photography used to collect data on patterns of artificial lighting use in a school classroom took one photograph every 6 min., recording the time of day, lighting power load and room occupancy. Lighting energy was used conservatively, the pattern of consumption following closely the occupancy of the room. Little use was made of the available selective switching. On many occasions the lack of solar control of windows required drawn curtains and artificial light. Cleaning operations required the use of little artificial light.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
IdentifierBRN-132
NRC number4419
NPARC number20358829
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Record created2012-07-20
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