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Author Konis, Kyle, author.

Title Effective daylighting with high-performance facades : emerging design practices / Kyle Konis, Stephen Selkowitz.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Green energy and technology
Green energy and technology.
Springer Energy eBooks 2017 English+International
Contents Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Abbreviations; 1 The Challenge of Effective Daylighting; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Effective Daylighting as a Central Driver for Low-Energy, Low-Carbon Buildings; 1.3 Fenestration Design Impacts on Electric Load Shape and Demand Response; 1.4 Daylighting Impacts on Human Health, Well-Being and Performance; 1.5 Design for the Next Century; 1.6 Challenges of Time and Scale; 1.7 Defining Effective Daylighting; 1.8 An Agenda for Effective Daylighting; 1.8.1 From Compliance-Based to Performance-Based Design.
1.8.2 From Static and Unresponsive to Context-Aware and Adaptive Systems1.8.3 From Theory to Feedback, Validation and Learning; References; 2 The Role of Metrics in Performance-Based Design; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Optimizing Energy in High-Performance Daylit Buildings; 2.2.1 From Daylight "Harvesting" to Daylight Autonomous Buildings; 2.3 From Static to Dynamic, Climate-Based Daylighting Metrics; 2.3.1 Climate-Based Daylighting Performance Metrics; 2.3.2 Limitations and Future Directions of Climate-Based Daylight Modeling; 2.4 Non-visual Effects of Light.
2.4.1 Daylighting for Circadian Entrainment2.4.2 Field-Based Measurement Practices; 2.4.3 Developing Circadian Daylight Metrics and Performance Criteria; 2.4.4 Limitations and Future Directions of Circadian Daylighting; 2.5 Visual Comfort; 2.5.1 Glare; 2.5.2 Daylight Glare Metrics; 2.5.3 Application of Glare Metrics Using HDR Images; 2.5.4 Dynamic Glare Evaluation; 2.5.5 Frequency and Magnitude of Glare; 2.5.6 View-Direction Dependent Glare Evaluation; 2.5.7 Limitations and Future Directions of Visual Comfort Evaluation; 2.6 Visual Connection to the Outdoors.
2.6.1 Window Size and Aperture Configuration2.6.2 Distance of Occupants from Windows; 2.6.3 Provision of Multiple Views; 2.6.4 View Content; 2.6.5 Visual Transparency and Openness Factor; 2.6.6 Visual Clarity; 2.6.7 Limitations and Future Directions Related to View; 2.7 Solar Control and Thermal Comfort; 2.7.1 Limitations and Future Directions of Solar/Thermal Comfort Evaluation; 2.8 Conclusions; References; 3 Innovative Daylighting Systems; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 From Simple to Complex Fenestration Systems; 3.2.1 Optical Light Redirecting Systems (OLS); 3.2.1.1 Reflective OLS.
3.2.1.2 Optically Refractive Films and Coatings3.2.2 Angular Selective Glazing Systems; 3.2.3 Ceramic Frits; 3.2.4 Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV); 3.3 From Static to Dynamic Systems; 3.3.1 Granular Design; 3.3.2 Dynamic "Smart" Glazings; 3.3.3 Dynamic Light Redirecting Systems; 3.4 From Integrated to Interconnected Systems: Internet-of-Things-Enabled Perimeter Systems; 3.5 From Closed-Loop to Human-in-the-Loop Systems: Incorporating Human Factors Models and Feedback From Real Buildings in Use.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary The book explores advanced building-facade daylighting design practices based on diverse energy and human-factor performance metrics. It also defines effective daylighting by rethinking the simplified approach to glazing and facade systems to incorporate the local climate and the needs of building occupants as critical drivers of building performance, design solutions and technological innovation. It discusses state-of-the-art approaches in the context of simulation-based design workflows, innovative technologies and real project case studies, all targeting low and net-zero energy solutions that enhance occupant comfort. Readers benefit from a comprehensive approach that improves the feedback loop between design intent and performance in use. The book is intended for architects, lighting designers, facade engineers, manufacturers and building owners/operators, as well as advanced students.
Other author Selkowitz, S., author.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Daylighting.
Facades.
Electronic books.
Electronic book.
ISBN 9783319394633 (electronic bk.)
3319394630 (electronic bk.)
9783319394619 (print)
3319394614
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-39463-3