Domestic lighting: A high-resolution energy demand model

@inproceedings{Richardson2009DomesticLA,
  title={Domestic lighting: A high-resolution energy demand model},
  author={Ian Richardson and Murray W Thomson and David Infield and Alice Delahunty},
  year={2009}
}
  • Ian Richardson, Murray W Thomson, +1 author Alice Delahunty
  • Published 2009
  • Engineering
  • The use of electric lighting in the domestic sector depends mainly on the level of natural light coming in from outdoors, coupled with the activity of the household residents. This paper presents a detailed model of domestic lighting use that takes these two factors as its basic inputs. The operation of individual bulbs is represented within the model and is used to construct high-resolution lighting electricity demand profiles for individual dwellings. The model is computationally efficient… CONTINUE READING

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