MODELIZACIÓN DE LA CONTAMINACIÓN LUMÍNICA EN ENTORNOS URBANOS
Sierra Garriga, Carlos
García Gil, Manuel
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This paper aims to describe a methodology of calculation based on a vector analysis to characterize and simulate light pollution emitted by outdoor lighting installation in a particular case. The initial approach was performed, identifying pollution sources in a city, and classifying the case studies in terms of geometric place analyzed characteristics, the photometric characteristics of luminaires, Reflections flow pavement reflections side walls and the presence of street trees. Then the collected data were treated by computer, and simulations of case studies with the help of a lighting software calculation is performed. The values extracted in the previous step is processed considering the vector methodology proposed, and were plotted in a polar curve or resulting global photometry. The results obtained in developing this methodology allowed quantify, model and analyze the spatial distribution of the light intensity emitted in no useful addresses, caused by different types of artificial lighting facilities in terms of urban structure analyzed.
- CIDIP 2015 (Granada)