General Lighting Design - Part 1: Fundamentals of Indoor Calculations

Start Date
09/26/2013
End Date
09/26/2023
Description
General Lighting Design addresses issues essential to the design of artificial illumination systems. Part 1: Fundamentals of light and human vision. Lighting calculations by the point source and lumen methods. It is strongly recommended that both parts be taken consecutively; however, in special cirumstances, students may purchase either part separately. For advice on this matter, consult either of the course instructors.

The course should be beneficial to Architects, Consulting Engineers, Plant Engineers, Technicians, Sales and Manufacturers Representatives, Contractors, and others who are concerned with the design, installation, operation, and/or maintenance of illumination systems.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Security Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
4.0
Learning Outcomes
1) Learn about General Lighting Design addresses issues essential to the design of artificial illumination systems.
2) Learn about the design and installation of illumination systems.
3) Also learn the operation, and/or maintenance of illumination systems.
Instructors
Dr. Charles A. Gross and Joseph A. Holifield III
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Course Codes
Provider
Engineering Continuing Education


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