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Spectral irradiance computation in parallelepiped enclosures

Author
Escofet, J.; Rallo, M.; Tàpias, M.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
Light Pollution: Theory, Modelling and Measurements Conference 2019
Date of publication
2019
Presentation's date
2019-06-27
Book of congress proceedings
LPTMM Light Pollution: Theory, Modelling and Measurements 2019: studying light pollution in a color changing world: a new research challenge?
First page
66
Last page
66
URL
https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/c894a6_8b5a078dadae4832bb08d69a84236bcf.pdf Open in new window
Abstract
In a closed room the spectral irradiance depends on the spectral radiance of the light source, the geometry and the spectral reflectance of the enclosure, as well as the position and orientation of the measurement sensor. Although the spectral irradiance is very simple to measure with a spectroradiometer, there are no analytical formulas that allow its calculation in a closed room in an easy and direct way. A method to calculate the spectral irradiance, for different positions and orientations o...
Keywords
Light pollution, circadian light, light indoor, light measurement
Group of research
GOAPI - Applied Optics and Image Processing Group

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