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r.cazenave
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Light Reflectance

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06-06-2012 05:37 AM

I use ecotect/radiance to run Daylight factors studies.

 

I have a problem to set light reflectance of internal materials (floor / walls / ceiling):

- what value should I enter ? LRV value or L* Value ?

 

- Where should I enter that value: in the materials properties solar absorption (see picture 1) or in the color editor (see picture 2)

 

It changes really much the results.

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arqyt
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Re: Light Reflectance

06-10-2012 01:27 PM in reply to: r.cazenave

if you click on "Highlicht: Lighting"

Captura.JPG

 

In that action you can see the parameters that affect in that calculations.

Good weekend

 

Jose M Carralero.
ArqyT
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r.cazenave
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Re: Light Reflectance

06-12-2012 12:41 AM in reply to: arqyt

OK. THank you.

 

But I have the LRV value of a material.

Where do I enter it ?

In solar absorption (1- LRV ?) or in colour (reflect.) ???

 

Thanks

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arqyt
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Re: Light Reflectance

06-17-2012 11:42 AM in reply to: r.cazenave

I don´t know what is LVR, is not similar abbreviation word in my country. But if you want to do a interior lighting analisys the main parameters are: 

- Color reflected interior

- Specularity interior

if you have doubt try to explore the parameters value of the material library. It is ever a good began.

I hope help you

 

Jose M Carralero.
ArqyT

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