An intuitive daylighting performance analysis and optimization approach

@inproceedings{Andersen2008AnID,
  title={An intuitive daylighting performance analysis and optimization approach},
  author={M. Andersen and S. Kleindienst and Liya Yi and Joongyun Lee and Magali Bodart and Barbara Cutler},
  year={2008}
}
The effective integration of daylighting considerations into the design process requires many issues to be addressed simultaneously, such as daily and seasonal variations, illumination and thermal comfort. To address the need for early integration into the design process, a new approach called Lightsolve, has been developed. Its key objectives are to support the design process using a goal-oriented approach based on iterative design improvement suggestions; to provide climate-based annual… CONTINUE READING
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