[Sbse] Artificial Sky
Haglund, Bruce (email@example.com)
bhaglund at uidaho.edu
Wed Oct 21 10:01:59 PDT 2020
What's your plan? Send your student off to the sky or just send the model? I have the world's only daylighted artificial sky available and an on-going natural lighting seminar.
From: SBSE <sbse-bounces at uidaho.edu> on behalf of SHARAG-ELDIN, ADIL <asharage at kent.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 9:31 AM
To: sbse <sbse at uidaho.edu>
Subject: [Sbse] Artificial Sky
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I hope that you are all well, healthy, and succeeding in your classes this term, whether they are remote, hybrid, or in-person.
I have an MS student who needs access to an artificial sky to calibrate a computational model and potentially verifies her simulation outcomes. I am sending this email to see if there are Artificial sky labs that we may use to measure Daylight Factors inside a scaled model under a CIE Overcast sky?
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Dr. Adil Sharag-Eldin, Associate Professor of Architectural Sciences
Room 210W CAE
132 S. Lincoln St.
College of Architecture and Environmental Design
Kent State University
Kent, OH 44242-0001
asharage at kent.edu<mailto:asharage at kent.edu>
• Vice/President-Elect, Architectural Research Centers Consortium
• Fall 2018 Visiting Faculty, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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