Hi guys, i would like to get a feedback if possible regarding the possibility of calculating the daylight supply, in german “Tageslichtversorgung” with honeybee according to the DIN 17037.
here the reference.
in essence it says:
A room is considered to have adequate daylighting if a target illuminance is achieved over a portion of the reference plane within a room for at least half of the daylight hours. Daylight hours are half the hours of a year, so (365 d * 24 h/d)/2 = 4,380 h.
In order to achieve the lowest recommendation level for the Daylighting, the following two criteria must be met:
1)For 50% of the daylight hours (2,190 h), at 50% of the reference level, a Target illuminance of at least 300 lx must be achieved on 50% of the reference plane.
2)For 50 % of the daylight hours (2,190 h), a target illuminance of at least 100 lx must be achieved on 95% of the reference plane.
any idea of which set of components might I use as starting point?
I saw that illuminance or daylight studies can be usefull, but which one is the best one? and can somebody adress me quickly at which paramenter should I give more attention in order to get the result in the right format?
thank in advance