Daylight simulation

The degree of satisfaction experienced by the user of a building depends substantially on a comfortable level of lighting, as well as air and temperature conditions. A high percentage of natural daylight is good for health and performance at the work place. In addition, where there is good natural daylight, the energy costs of lighting fall.

It is, however, often useful to carry out daylight simulation in combination with thermal building simulation, as the internal heat loads caused by lighting and the external heat loads from solar radiation affect not only operating costs but also air conditions inside the building.

What you gain

  • Reduction of operating costs by control based on natural daylight
  • Increase in user satisfaction by optimisation of natural daylight
  • contribution and the avoidance of glare.


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