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Radiance Lighting Analysis: NASM Aviation and Space Hangar Complex Geometry Analysis

National Air and Space Museum:

Radiance Lighting Analysis of the proposed National Air and Space Museum at the Dulles International Airport, by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

November 4 1999 

Aviation Hangar Findings and Conclusions

Base Case
  • 1000Watt Metal Halide Quality’ (typ) luminaires
  • 1500Watt Quartz Halogen version for emergency
  • Workplane illuminance 26-100 Lux
  • Emergency Electrical load 768 KW
Proposed Redesign
  • 1000Watt Metal Halide Hubbell Sportliter’ (typ), can optionally accept 1700Watt lamp
  • 300Watt Icetron’ 2-lamp, 2’x2’ luminaire 3 for 2
  • Workplane illuminance 46-180 Lux
  • Emergency Electrical load 230 KW
Potential Energy Savings
  • 537 KW

|Aviation Hangar Images|


Space Hangar Findings and Conclusions

Base Case
  • 300Watt Metal Halide Track-mounted house lighting
  • 1500Watt Quartz Halogen flood light (emergency)
  • Eight foot T-8 with blue lens
  • Workplane illuminance 169 Lux
  • Emergency Electrical load 7.2 KW

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Redesign
  • 300Watt Metal Halide Track-mounted house lighting
  • 300Watt Icetron’ 2-lamp 2’x2’ luminaire 3 for 2
  • Workplane illuminance ??? Lux
  • Emergency Electrical load 2.4 KW
Potential Energy Savings
  • 4.8 KW
 
 

|Space Hangar Images|

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