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Illumination Example 1

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Illumination Example 1

  1. 1. Illumination Based Problems Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  2. 2. NOTE:-Before Designing assume following things clearly.Assumptions are required for illumination.Assume Depreciation Factor = 1.2Assume Maintenance Factor = 0.8Utilization Factor = 0.5 to 0.9Assume illumination is free from glareAssume illumination is free from dark shadowsAssuming lamps are arranged to give uniform illumination.Reflective index of wall and ceiling is maximum.Selecting a fluorescent tube lightSpace to height ratio along the length and breadth is lessthan or equal to 1.5Assume Height of mounting of Lamp ( as per area) Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  3. 3. Example -1• A classroom measuring (20 m (L) X 15 m (b) X 5 m (h) is to be illuminated. a. State the design considerations for the lightening of above class room b. Calculate the no. of lamps required. c. Draw the lighting layout. Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  4. 4. Design considerations• Assuming an average illumination of 250 lux.• Assuming depreciation factor = 1.2 i.e.. Maintenance factor 0.8• Utilization factor varies from 0.6 to 0.9• Assuming illumination is free from glare• Assuming illumination is free from dark shadows. Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  5. 5. Design considerations • Assuming lamps are arranged to give uniform illumination. • Reflective index of wall and ceiling is maximum. • Space to height ratio along the length and breadth is less than or equal to 1.5 • Selecting a fluorescent tube light • Selecting utilization factor of 0.86 Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  6. 6. Calculation of No. of lamps required• From Table on Lamp Data, for the Fluorescent lamp selecting wattage of 36 (82/84/86) with Lumen output = 3250 (As per your data sheet) A × E N o . o f lam p s = F lu x /fittin g × M .F × U .F . (2 0 15) 250 = 3250 0 .8 0 .8 6 = 3 3 .5 4 = 3 4 lam p s Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical) S o , to tal n o . o f lam p s req u ired are = 3 4
  7. 7. Calculation for Layout• Taking arrangement as• No. lamps in one row = 8• No. of rows = 4• 2 lamps for black board• Distance along the length, a = 20/8 = 2.5m• Distance along the width, b = 15/ 4 = 3.75m• Side Length = a / 2 = 2.5 / 2 = 1.25m• Side Width = b/2 = 3.75 / 2 = 1.875m Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  8. 8. LayoutVijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  9. 9. S Ratio = Spacing Between LampsH Height of mounting of LampAlong Length 2 .5 0 . 625 4 S Ratio 0 . 625 HAlong Width 3 . 75 0 . 9375 4 S Ratio 0 . 9375 H Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  10. 10. Home Work -1• A classroom measuring (30 m (L) X 20 m (b) X 6 m (h) is to be illuminated. a. State the design considerations for the lightening of above class room b. Calculate the no. of lamps required. c. Draw the lighting layout. Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)
  11. 11. E-mail if any queries:-student5147@yahoo.com OrContact:-09833066325 Vijay Balu Raskar (B.E.Electtrical)

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