Low-energy LED lighting heat gain distribution in buildings, part II: LED luminaire selection and test results

@article{Liu2017LowenergyLL,
  title={Low-energy LED lighting heat gain distribution in buildings, part II: LED luminaire selection and test results},
  author={Ran Liu and Xiaohui Zhou and Scott J. Lochhead and Zhikun Zhong and Cuong Van Huynh and Gregory M. Maxwell},
  journal={Science and Technology for the Built Environment},
  year={2017},
  volume={23},
  pages={688 - 708}
}
Lighting heat gains are a significant contributor to space cooling load in buildings and it is important to determine the lighting heat gain distribution—specifically, the fraction of convective and radiative heat gains, as well as the fraction of conditioned space and plenum space heat gains. Traditional lighting's heat gain distribution has been determined and the data are available on the ASHRAE Handbook. However, there is a lack of relevant data for the light-emitting diodes lighting heat… 
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