- 3 magazines of 2020 issue.
- 6 magazines of 2020 issue.
- 6 magazines of 2020 issue.
Julian B. Aizenberg, Gennadiy B. Bukhman, Alexei A. Korobko, and Vladimir M. Pyatigorskiy Several not embodied concepts of optical schemes and lighting systems with hollow light guides
Nicolai I. Shchepetkov Topical Light Design for Classical Architecture
Roger Narboni From Light Urbanism to Nocturnal Urbanism
Elena V. Barchugova and Nataliya A. Rochegova Video Mapping from Presentation to Architecture vVladimir P. Budak and Tatyana V. Meshkova Models of Visual Discomfort from Sources of Glare
Egor E. Nilov and Vitaly N. Stepanov Illumination Design: Problems of Translation and Criteria of Evaluation
Giovanni Ciampi, Antonio Rosato, Michelangelo Scorpio, and Sergio Sibilio Basic System for the Preliminary Experimental Photometric Characterization of a LED Based LuminaireMore
- This edition of Light & Engineering number 3–2016 is intended to present the new directions and fields of research in semiconductor lighting applications and their regulations by the government and the market in China. The published articles, generally in a short thesis form, are devoted to visible light communications, logistics based on management by visible light, and different kinds of research methods and devices, using LED as the visible light source also as well as to photovoltaic industry development. The edition of number is executed at the request of a group of scientists and lectures from several universities of China. Papers are peer-reviewed in China as well as in Russia. In a unique collaboration, this issue sheds light on state of the art research in China. We hope our readers will find many new ideas and parallels in the presented articles, fuelling further international links between researchers in China and other countries.
Alexander. T. Ovcharov and Yury N. Selyanin Solatube® Technology: Prospective Applications in Architecture and Building in Russia
Rajesh Sarkar and Saswati Mazumdar Studies and Experiments for Determination of Degradation of Paintings in Museum Art Galleries Caused by Artificial Light Sources
Nikolai V. Matveev, Victor T. Prokopenko, Natalia P. Sapunova, and Daniil A. Friedman Research into the Influence of Light-Music Performances on Psychophysiological States
Hongyi Cai and Linjie Li How LED Lighting May Affect Office Ergonomics: The Impact of Providing Access to Continuous Dimming Controls on Typing and Colour-Matching Tasks Performance
Svetlana M. Lebedkova and Yuliya A. Lusina Research into the “Colouring” Effect Using Different Spectral RadiationsMore
Chao-Ming FU An Interview with professor Chao-Ming Fu at LED Forum 2015 vPeter Bodrogi, Tran Quoc Khanh, D. Stojanovic, and Yandan Lin Intercultural Colour Temperature Preference of Chinese and European Subjects Living in Germany
Can Cengiz, Mikko Maksimainen, Marjukka Puolakka, and Liisa Halonen The Effects of High Luminance Objects on Peripheral Target Detection in Mesopic Conditions
Natalya V. Bystryantseva, Yelena I. Lekus, and Nikolai V. Matveev The Domestic School of Light Design: Strategy and Tactics
Yuliya Revsina and Dmitry Shvidkovsky Illumination of Classical Architecture Memorials in Search of Authenticity
Sergei A. Aleksandrov Sports Illumination of Ski Tracks in the Territory of the Rosa Khutor Freestyle CentreMore
Diwakar Bista, Ashish Shrestha, Georges Zissis, Pramod Bhusal, Frangiskos V. Topalis, and Bhupendra B. Chhetri Status of Lighting Technologies in Nepal
Rosa Maria Morillas and Jose Ramon de Andres Renewing Street Lighting with LED Technology: A Single Case Study in Casarabonela
Alexei K. Solovyov and Bi Guofu Selection of the Area of Window Openings of Residential Buildings in Conditions of Monsoon Climate of the Far East of the Russian Federation and Northern Areas of China
Svetlana V. Kolgushkina, Nataliya V. Bystryantseva, and Victor T. Prokopenko Research into Luminance Characteristics of Objects with Architectural Lighting of Central Streets of Tula
Idil Bakir Kucukkaya and Ebru Alakavuk The Evaluation of an Office Building According to LEED Certificate Lighting CriteriaMore
Diwakar Bista, Ashish Shrestha, Georges Zissis, Pramod Bhusal, Frangiskos V. Topalis, and Bhupendra B. Chhetri Status of Lighting Technologies in Nepal
Rosa Maria Morillas and Jose Ramon de Andres Renewing Street Lighting with LED Technology: A Single Case Study in Casarabonela
Alexei K. Solovyov and Bi Guofu Selection of the Area of Window Openings of Residential Buildings in Conditions of Monsoon Climate of the Far East of the Russian Federation and Northern Areas of China
Svetlana V. Kolgushkina, Nataliya V. Bystryantseva, and Victor T. Prokopenko Research into Luminance Characteristics of Objects with Architectural Lighting of Central Streets of Tula
Idil Bakir Kucukkaya and Ebru Alakavuk The Evaluation of an Office Building According to LEED Certificate Lighting CriteriaMore
Pramod Bhusal, Ashish Shrestha, Bhupendra Bimal Chhetri, Divakar Bista, Frangiskos V. Topalis, Georges Zissis
Lighting is a thoughtful application of lighting source to get visibility and accomplish a specific task during the darkness by providing desirable illumination. In present context, there are numerous light sources and lighting technologies. But, with the advancement of technologies, traditional lighting technique is being gradually replaced by efficient lighting system with specific purpose and application. This study presents current status of lighting technologies, applications, challenges, policies and impacts in Nepalese scenario. This study also presents some statistic outcome, drawn from a survey of 250 sample size including different five target group. From this study, it is found that the people and government are moving toward the efficient and clean lighting technologies from traditional one. These activities on the implementation of efficient lighting technologies help the people in different sectors, such as education, health, security, economy etc., and in the improvement of living standard.More
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José Ramon de Andrés, Rosa Maria Morillas
In 2015, the ecological, economic and social necessity of increasing energy efficiency contributed to street lighting renewal in the Spanish municipality of Casarabonela. Considering fixed operating and maintenance costs, it was a significant, long term investment with high impact for the community. Technicians chose LED light sources after studying technical and economic proposals submitted. Measurements of light levels, energy consumption and costs were carried out before and after the renovation. Once the chosen proposal was implemented, follow up surveys from technicians, maintenance workers and final users were collected. This case study aims to describe steps taken in the process of luminaires replacement. It has been estimated savings, expected and actual together with the return period on investment. This case may well serve as a prototype for a subsequent multiple case study which aims to validate a list of indicators obtained in a previous research.More
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Aleksei K. Solovyov, Bi Guofu
The term “window” in architecture usually stands for an opening in a wall or roof for penetration of natural light, sunrays and fresh air in premises. Recently, the requirement of contact with environment is added to this condition. It is especially relevant for residential buildings where rooms are considered residential if they have windows. The energy consumption of a building depends on sizes, form and location of windows. In winter, windows cause huge heat losses, in summer, on the other hand, large heat enters a building via the windows and is required to be removed by means of air conditioning. Moreover, windows are used for penetration of natural light in premises, which assists in saving of large amounts of power for artificial illumination. This article discusses partial solving the problem of the energy efficiency of residential buildings by determining the most efficient area of windows in terms of energy spending for compensation of heat losses via windows in winter, elimination of heat penetration through them in summer and energy losses for artificial lighting throughout the year. The analysis of the results of calculation of power consumption for residential premises in conditions of monsoon climate of the Russian Far East and Northern areas of China (PRC) is provided.More
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Viktor T. Prokopenko, Svetlana V. Kolgushkina, Nataliya V. Bystryantseva
- The study of luminance distribution over the facades with architectural lighting allows us to estimate the perception of architectural objects, to analyse the quality of light solutions. The relevance of luminance characteristics estimation in night-time urban conditions has been increasing over the years, in particular, for cities where the development direction of lighting environment aims at increase of the number of illuminated objects and where there is no developed strategy of lighting environment development. Using the example of 11 central streets of Tula, the article describes the comprehensive approach to analysis of the quality of architectural lighting. Using a CCD matrix-based luminance meter, the luminance characteristics of facades were estimated.
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Ebru Alakavuk, Idil Bakir Kucukkaya
The progress in industrial and technological areas, which started with the Industrial Revolution, has deteriorated the ecological balance and depleted the natural resources. Sustainability, which initially seemed as a solution within this concept, became an important part of Interior Architecture as in disciplines related to design. The lighting systems of the offices that are the secondary living areas should be evaluated in terms of sustainability as well. In this paper, the energy savings and loss of the artificial office lighting systems has been calculated according to the ASHRAE/IES standard 90.1Ц20078?1 which are included in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certificateТs lighting criteria . The wattage of the artificial lighting systems has been calculated while the systems were in use. The results of these measurements have been compared with lighting wattage and thus the lighting energy savings and loss have been configured. The office has been comparatively analyzed according to LEED criteria.More
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Călin Ciugudeanu, Cătălin Daniel Gălăţanu, Dorin Dumitru Lucache, Muhammad Ashraf, Dorin Beu
- Optical utilization factor (OUF) is applied to architectural lighting, searching to obtain low light pollution. It is demonstrated that OUF could not be used for the assessment of light pollution, because the inter-reflections could not be neglected. DIALUX simulations and MATLAB original functions are used. Onsite measurements for illuminance and luminance are performed. It is demonstrated that OUF could be greater than one for the facade. For the small scale inter-reflections, a luminance gain is demonstrated. Due to this, the floodlighting could be reduced. The understanding about the light pollution assessment is changed, which is a major achievement. It means that a greater OUF don’t represent a lower light pollution, and also a facade could be more “visible” on lower level of floodlighting.
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Alexander V. Spiridonov, Nina P. Umnyakova
- On the basis of the previous examinations of the historical windows of the main building of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts by the authors  using a certified software package, the multi-variant analysis of the methods of increasing efficiency of the existing translucent structures was conducted. The recommendations for restoration of the historical translucent structures which are the parts of this state-protected cultural heritage object were developed.
1. Alexander V. Spiridonov and Nina P. Umnyakova “Inspection of the State (General and Instrumental) of Historical Translucent Structuresof the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts”// Light&Engineering Journal, 2019, V.27, #3, pp.26-31. 2. “Complex reconstruction, restoration and adaptation to modern museum technologies of the major building of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow, Volkhonka Str., 12)” [Documentation prepared by the Federal State Unitary Enterprise Central Scientific and Restoration Design Workshops]. 3. WINDOW TEST Software Including THERM and WINDOW User’s Manual. Moscow, APROK-TEST, 2006, 140 p. 4. SP 131.13330.2012. Building climatology. The updated version of SNiP 23-01-99. 5. SP 50.13330.2012 Thermal performance of the buildings. The updated version of SNiP 23-02-2003. 6. International Charters for Conservation and Restoration. Chapter1. Monuments and Sites. ICOMOS, 2004, 184 p. URL: http://openarchive.icomos.org/431/1/ Monuments_and_Sites_1_Charters.pdf (reference date 20.09.2018).More
Vladimir P. Budak, Svetlana Yu. Minaeva
- The article describes the problem of replacement of active fluorescent lamp lighting installations of an assembly line of a car assembly plant with LED LDs including a comparison of the gained lighting and economic indicators. Therefore, several LED-based LDs by different manufacturers were selected. Based on LI computer modelling using DIALux Evo, an optimal option in terms of light engineering and economy was found. Lighting characteristics of the active LI and areas of the assembly line with the application of LED-based LDs were determined experimentally. The results of the study allow assessing relevant changing of visual performance of shop workers and to compare the pay-off periods of LED and fluorescent lamps-based lighting devices.
1. Prokofiev A. Reiting promyshlennykh svetodiodnykh svetilnikov [Rating of the Industrial LED Luminaries] // Sovremennaia svetotekhnika, 2012, Vol. 1, pp. 3–13. 2. Titkov S. Svetodiodnye svetilniki dlia tsekhov i ulits [LED Luminaires for Shops and Streets] // Sovremennaia svetotekhnika, 2014, Vol. 1, pp. 32–36. 3. Aizenberg Yu.B. Spravochnaia kniga po svetotekhnike [Reference book on lighting engineering. 3rd revised edition // Znak Publ., Moscow, 2006, 972 p. 4. Tatyana V. Meshkova and Vladimir P. Budak “DIALux 4.10 and DIALux EVO – Main Differences”// Light & Engineering Journal, 2013, Vol.21, #3, pp.58–63. 5. SP 52.13330.2016 Daylighting and artificial lighting. 6. GOST R55710–2013 Lighting of indoor work places. Norms and methods of measuring. 7. Rekomendacii po tekhniko-ekonomicheskoj ocenke osvesheniya proizvodstvennyh zdanij [Recommendations for technical and economical assessment of illumination of production facilities. NIISF of Gosstroy of the USSR] // Stroyizdat Publ., Moscow, 1983, pp. 10–14.More
Dr. Biswanath Roy, Sangita Sahana
An integrated sensor based daylight responsive light controller has been designed and developed. The developed cost-effective light controller performs on logical decision derived from output of integrated sensor circuit comprising of daylight sensor and occupancy sensor. The performance analysis has also been carried out to understand the actual operating condition of the system using different sensors to control lamp circuits in small indoor lighting applications. The sensitivity levels of the photo sensor (i.e. a Light Dependent Resistor or LDR) and the occupancy sensor (i.e. a Passive Infrared Sensor or PIR) circuits can be adjusted through in-built tuning facility in developed circuit after experimental measurement of the response characteristics of the both sensors. By monitoring the indoor lighting system with the developed controller, it is possible to reduce the usage of electrical energy during the absence of occupant in any room. It is also possible to vary lamp output according to the seasonal variation in daylight level by selecting different reference voltage level and to use minimum electrical energy by utilizing the available daylight. It is a low cost solution due to the advantage of components and the sensors in the market at low cost.More
1. Shashi R.V., Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of Power, Energy Markets And Technologies In India // Keynote Address in Global Energy Dialogue at Hanover (Germany), April 25, 2006. 2. Slater A.I., Lighting and Energy in Buildings. Presented at the 23rd Session of the CIE, New Delhi, Published by International Commission on Illumination, Vienna, 1995, Vol.1. 3. Rubinstein F., Siminovitch M. and Verderber R., Fifty Percent Energy Savings with Automatic Lighting Control // IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 1993, Vol.29, #. 4, pp. 768-773. 4. Fraden J., Handbook of Modern Sensors: Physics, Designs, and Applications. Fourth Edition, 2010. 5. Guo X., Tiller D.K., Henze G.P. and Water C.E., The performance of occupancy-based lighting control systems // Lighting Research and Technology, 2010, Vol. 42, pp.415. 6. Tiller D.K., Guo X., Henze G.P. and Waters C.E., Validating the application of occupancy sensor networks for lighting control // Lighting Research and Technology, 2010; Vol.42, pp.399-414. 7. Newsham G.R., Aries M.B.C. and Mancini S and Faye G, Individual control of electric lighting in a daylit space // Lighting Research and Technology, 2008, Vol.40, pp. 25-41. 8. Rubinstein F., Siminovitch M. and Verderber R., Fifty Percent Energy Savings with Automatic Lighting Control // IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 1993, Vol.29, no. 4, pp. 768-773. 9. Rea, M. (Ed.), Lighting Handbook Reference & Application, Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. Ninth Edition, 2000. 10. Kim S. and Mistrick R. “Recommended Daylight Conditions for Photosensor System Calibration in a Small Office // Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 2001, pp. 176-188. 11. Mistrick R.G. and Sarkar, A., Daylight-Responsive Photosensor Control in Classrooms with Different Daylight Delivery Systems”, presented at the IESNA Annual Conference in Tampa, Florida, July 2004. 12. Bierman A. and Conway K.M., “Characterizing Daylight Photosensor System Performance to Help Overcome Market Barrier // Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 2000, pp. 101-115. 13. E Source Emerging Technology Series, Kinney L., Practical Control Strategies for Harvesting Daylight Savings, ER-00-13, July 2000. 14. Slater A.I., Lighting and Energy in Buildings, presented at the 23rd Session of the CIE, New Delhi, Published by International Commission on Illumination, Vienna, 1995, Vol.1. 15. Rubinstein F., Avery D., Jennings J. On the Calibration and Commissioning of Lighting Controls. Right Light Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1997. 16. Kim S. and Mistrick R. Recommended Daylight Conditions for Photosensor System Calibration in a Small Office // Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society, 2001, pp. 176-188. 17. Philips Actilume1-10V Application guide http://www.lighting.philips.com/pwc_li/main/products/ controls/assets/actilume1-10V-applicationguide-v2fin2new.pdf. 18. Philips 1-10V OEM application guide http://www.lighting.philips.com/pwc_li/main/products/ controls/assets/actilume%20wireless1-10v-oem-application-guide-dec2012-new.pdf 19. Philips DALI Application guide http://www.lighting.philips.com/pwc_li/main/products/assets/pdf/Actilume_DALI_Gen2_ApplicationGuide-V4_Apr-2014.pdf 20. Philips ActiLume OEM Application guide] http://www.lighting.philips.com/pwc_li/main/products/ assets/pdf/ActiLume_OEM_ApplicationGuide_V2Fin.pdfMore
Nina P. Nestyorkina, Olga Yu. Kovalenko, Yulia A. Zhuravlyova
The article analyses the operational characteristics of 10W LED lamps with T8 bulb manufactured by ASD (Russia), Smartbuy (Taiwan), and VOLPE (PRC) and 18W FL with T8 bulb manufactured by PHILIPS (Poland) including the dependence of these lamps on the supply voltage. The results of measurements show that: a) the period of stabilisation of electric parameters and luminous flux of LED lamps does not cause discomfort of illumination unlike the said FL, the luminous flux of which at the moment of switching on is 70 % of the nominal value, which is reached after 13 minutes; b) with nominal voltage of supply network, the value of luminous flux of 10W ASD LED-T8R-STD LED lamp (Russia) is 6 % less than the declared one, and that of Smartbuy SBL-T8-10-64K-A (Taiwan) and VOLPE LED-T8-10W/DW/G13/FR/FIX/N (PRC) is even less; c) the general colour rendering index of all studied LED lamps is less than the declared one (72 instead of 80); d) the flicker index of all studied LED lamps does not exceed the declared value of 5 %; e) the characteristics of LED lamps almost do not depend on changes of the supply voltage within the range of ±10 %. The recommendations regarding the application of the studied LED lamps are given.More
1. Ashryatov A.A., Kokinov A.M., Mikaeva S.A. Issledovanie lineinykh svetodiodnykh lamp [Research of Linear LED Lamps] // Estestvennye i tekhnicheskie nauki, 2012, No. 6, pp. 338-353. 2. Baineva I.I., Bainev V.V. Opticheskie sistemy dlia svetodiodov [Optical Systems for LEDs] // Fotonika, 2016, Vol. 56. No. 2, pp. 84-92. 3. Svetlana A. Amelkina, Olga E. Zheleznikova, and Lyudmila V. Sinitsyna “ On the Efficiency of Lighting by LEDs in Visual Work”, Light & Engineering Journal, 2018, Vol.26, #3, pp.81-87. 4. Nikiforov S.G. Issledovaniia parametrov svetodiodov CREEXLampXP-E/XP-G/XM-L [Studies of Parameters of CREEXLampXP-E/XP-G/XM-L LED’s] // Poluprovodnikovaia svetotekhnika, 2011, No. 2, pp. 12-18. 5. Kovalenko O. Yu., Ovchukova S.A., Belov V.V. Vliianie parametrov istochnika izlucheniia na bioobieekt [Impact of Parameters of a Light Source on a Biological Object] // Bulletin of the International Academy of Agricultural Education, 2016, Vol. 30, pp. 122-126. 6. Kovalenko O. Yu., Pilshchikova Yu.A. Povyshenie effektivnosti i kontrol parametrov istochnikov izlucheniia i obluchatelnykh ustanovok v selskom khoziaistve [Increase of Efficiency and Monitoring of Parameters of Light Sources and Irradiating Installations in Agriculture] // Photonics, 2017, Vol. 68, No. 8, pp. 68-73. 7. Kovalenko O. Yu., Pilshchikova Yu.A., Ashryatov A.A., Amelkina S.A., Kudashkina M.V. Bird irradiation facility // Patent of the Russian Federation for utility model No. 147826. 2014. Bul. No. 32. 8. Kovalenko O.Y., Pilshchikova Y.A. Enhancement of efficiency of irradiation facility for domestic bird husbandry // International Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 2016, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 14473-14479. 9. Belykh N., Chuvatkina T., Syromyasov D. Energeticheskaia effektivnost svetodiodnoi svetotekhnich eskoi produktsii raschety i realnost [Energy Efficiency of LED Lighting Devices: Calculations and Reality] // Poluprovodnikovaia svetotekhnika], 2014, No. 2, pp. 18-19. 10. URL: http://www.philips.ru/ (reference date: 12.12.2018). 11. URL: http://asd-electro.ru/ (reference date: 12.12.2018). 12. URL: http://www.smartbuy-russia.ru/.(reference date: 12.12.2018). 13. URL: http://volpe.ru/ (reference date: 12.12.2018). 14. GOST R55702-2013 Electric light sources. Methods of measuring of electrical and luminous characteristics. 15. URL: http://fundmetrology.ru/10_tipy_si/11/ view.aspx?num=qJbKqJpWgBeM/ (reference date: 12.12.2018). 16. GOST R54815-2011 Self-ballasted LED-lamps for general lighting services by voltage over 50 V. 17. GOST 33393-2015 Buildings and structures. Methods for measuring of illuminance pulsation factor. 18. GOST R55710-2013 Lighting of indoor work places. Norms and methods of measuring.More
Sergey V. Gavrish
- This article describes the major development results of the first Russian sample of a UHP xenon discharge lamp with sapphire envelope. The article proposes a method of monitoring of thermal fields of semi-transparent materials and studies the thermal distribution of quartz and sapphire envelopes of UHP discharge lamps. Mechanical strength of sapphire tubes depending on the temperature is studied, the thickness of the discharge envelope wall is calculated, and distinctions of the design of a UHP xenon lamp with the sapphire envelope are considered.
1. Basov Yu.G., Rakviashvili A.G., Sysun V.V. Spetsialnaia svetotekhnika [Special Light Engineering] // BSU, Minsk, 2008, 414 p. 2. Kaptsov N.A., Gouhberg D.A. Lampy sverkhvysokogo davleniia [Ultra-High Pressure Lamps] // UFN, 1951, Vol. 43, No. 4, pp. 620-664. 3. Gouhberg D.A., Rovinsky R.E. Gazorazriadnye ksenonovye lampy SVD postoiannogo toka moshchnostiu 1 i 3 kVt [UHP Xenon Alternate Current Discharge Lamps with Power of 1 and 3 kW] // Svetotekhnika, 1958, No. 10, pp. 1-4. 4. Gavrish S.V. Tekhnologiia vyrashchivaniia i kharakteristiki profilirovannykh sapfirovykh trub dlia obolochek razriadnykh lamp [Technology of Growing and Characteristics of Profiled Sapphire Tubes for Envelopes of Discharge Lamps] // Tekhnologiia mashinostroeniia, 2008, No. 6, pp. 56-61. 5. Gavrish S.V., Gradov V.M., Terentiev Yu.I. Osobennosti konstruktsii i raboty lamp s sapfirovymi obolochkami [Distinctions of the Design and Operation of Lamps with Sapphire Envelopes] // Svetotekhnika, 2008, No. 2, pp. 12-18. 6. Pchelin V.M., Rozovsky E.I., Rokhlin G.N. Osobennosti izmereniia temperatury kolb vysokointensivnykh istochnikov sveta termoparnym sposobom [Aspects of Temperature Measurement of High-Intensity Light Source Bulbs by Thermocouple Method] // Svetotekhnika, 1980, No. 11, pp. 11-14. 7. Lingart Yu.K., Petrov V.A. Izmerenie temperatury poverkhnosti nekotorykh poluprozrachnykh materialov [Measurement of Temperature of Surface of Some Semi-Transparent Materials] // TVT, 1980, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 174-180. 8. Loytty A. A new ark tube for HPS lamps // Lighing Design and application, 1976, pp. 14-17. 9. Gavrish S.V. The Effect of Structural Flaws on the Properties of the Sapphire Shell of a Discharge Radiation Source // Russian journal of nondestructive testing, 2010, Vol. 46, No. 8, pp. 603-610. 10. Brailovsky V.B., Gavrish S.V., Ryzhkov A.E. Defekty struktury i diagnostika kharakteristik trub iz profilirovannykh monokristallov korunda dlia obolochek impulsnykh razriadnykh lamp IK izlucheniia [Structural Flaws and Diagnostics of Characteristics of Profiled Corundum Monocrystal Tubes for Envelopes of Pulsed Discharge IR Lamps] // Kontrol. Diagnostika, 2007, No. 2, pp. 49-59. 11. Rokhlin G.N. Razriadnye istochniki sveta [Discharge light sources] // Energoatomizdat, Moscow, 1991, 720 p. 12. Rubashev M.A., Berdov G.I., Gavrilov V.N. et al. Termostoikie dielektriki i ikh spai s metallom v novoi tekhnike [Thermal-Resistant Dielectrics and their Soldered Joints in New Equipment] // Atomizdat, Moscow, 1980, 246 p. 13. Gavrish S.V., Loguinov V.V., Puchnina S.V. Technology for producing permanent joints between sapphire and metals // Welding International, 2015, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 78-80. 14. Vydrik G.A., Solovyova T.V., Kharitonov F. Ya. Prozrachnaia keramika [Transparent Ceramics] // Energiya, Moscow, 1980, 96 p.More
Andrei N. Turkin, Vladislav G. Terekhov, Mikhail M. Erokhin, Pavel V. Kamshilov
- The present study comprises comprehensive research of red, green and blue light emitting diodes (LED), which are widely used in phytoirradiators for plant growing in protected ground in the environment of a photo-culture including their spectrum measurements within the wide range of current values at room temperature. Shifts of spectral peaks of radiation of red and green LEDs after increase of operating current were discovered. On the basis of the conducted study, recommendations for selection of current operating mode of light sources used in phytoirradiators for plant growing in the environment of photo-culture were worked out, and a model of a phytoirradiator was proposed and studied in this work with red, green and blue LEDs, which have their spectrum covering all regions of photosynthetic active radiation (PAR).
1. Light Engineering Handbook [Spravochnaya kniga po svetotekhnike] / Edited by Ju.B. Aizenberg. 3rd Issue, revised and supplemented.Moscow: Znak, 2006, 972 p. 2. Prikupets L. B.Technological Lighting for Agro-Industrial Insolation in Russia // Light & Engineering Journal, 2018, Vol. 26, #1, pp.7-17. 3. Prikupets L.B., Boos G.V., Terekhov V.G., Tarakanov I.G. Research into Influence from Different Ranges of PAR Radiation on Efficiency and Biochimical Composition of Green Salad Foliage Biomass// Light & Engineering Journal, 2018, Vol.26, #4, pp. 38-47. 4. Protasova N.N. Photoculture as a Method to Identify Potential Capacity of Plants [Svetokultura kak sposob vyyavleniya potentsialnoy produktivnosti rasteniy] // Plant Physiology [Physiologiya rasteniy], 1987, Vol. 34, issue 4, pp. 812-822. 5. Bakharev I.A., Prokofiev A. Yu., Turkin A.N., Yakovlev A.A. Application of LED Luminaires for Greenhouse Illumination: Reality and Prospectives [Ispolzovaniye svetodiodnykh svetilnikov dlya osveshcheniya teplits: realnost i perspektivy] // STA, 2010, Vol. 2, pp. 76-82. 6. Prokofiev A. Yu., Turkin A.N., Yakovlev A.A. Prospectives of Application of LEDs in Cropping [Perspektivy primeneniya svetodiodov v rastenievodstve] // Poluprovodnikovaya Svetotekhnika, 2010, Vol. 5, pp. 60-63. 7. Blackey R. LED Illumination - the Future of Cropping [Svetodiodnoye osveshcheniye - budushcheye rastenievodstva] // Poluprovodnikovaya Svetotekhnika, 2018, Vol. 2, pp. 54-58. 8. Shubert F. Light-Emitting Diodes [Svetodiody]. Trans. from Eng. edited by A.E. Yunovich, 2nd ed, Moscow: FIZMATLIT, 2008, 496 p. 9. Zolina K.G., Kudryashov V.E., Turkin A.N., Yunovich A.E. Luminescence Spectra of Blue and Green LEDs Based on InGaN/AlGaN/GaN Multi-Layer Heterostructures with Quantum Wells [Spektry luminestsentsii golubykh i zelyonykh svetodiodov na osnove mnogosloinykh geterostruktur InGaN/AlGaN/GaN s kventovymi yamami] // FTP, 1997, Vol. 31, issue 9, pp. 1055-1061. 10. Kudryashov, V.E., Turkin, A.N., Yunovich, A.E., Zolina, K.G., Nakamura, S. Spectra of superbright blue and green InGaN/AlGaN/GaN light emitting diodes // Journal of the European Ceramic Society. Vol. 17, Issues 15-16, pp. 2033-2037. 11. Yunovich, A.E., Kovalev, A.N., Kudryashov, V.E., Turkin, A.N., Zolina, K.G., Kovalev, A.N., Manyachin, F.I. Mechanism of electroluminescence in InGaN/AlGaN/GaN heterojunctions with quantum wells // Proc.of the 2nd Symp. on III-V Nitride Materials and Processes. Electrochem. Soc., Pennington, NJ, 1998, Vol. 98-02, pp. 83-102. 12. Kudryashov V.E., Turkin A.N., Yunovich A.E., Kovalyov A.N., Manyakhin F.I. Lumenescent and Electric Properties of InGaN/AlGaN/GaN LEDs with Multiple Quantum Wells [Lyuminestsentnyye i elektricheskiye svoistva svetodiodov InGaN/AlGaN/GaN s mnozhestvennymi kvantovymi yamami] // FTP, 1999, Vol. 33, issue 4, pp. 445-450. 13. Avakyants L.P., Aslanyan A.E., Bokov P. Yu., Volkov V.V., Mateshev I.S., Turkin A.N., Chervyakov A.V., Yunovich A.E. Luminescent and Electric Properties of Ultra-Violet and Violet LEDs Based on Gallium Nitride Heterostructures [Luminestsentnyye i elektricheskiye svoistva ultrafioletovykh i fioletovykh svetodiodov iz geterostruktur na osnove nitrida galliya] // Transactions of the Department of Physics of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University [Uchyoniyye zapiski fizicheskogo fakulteta MGU im. M.V. Lomonosova], 2016, Vol. 3, 163401-1 - 163401-7. 14. Volkov V.V., Kogan L.M., Turkin A.N., Yunovich A.E. Luminescence Spectra of Gallium-NitrideBased High-Output LEDs in Ultra-Violet and Violet Spectrum Regions [Spektry luminestsentsyiy moshchnykh svetodiodov na osnove nitrida galliya v ultrafioletovoy i fioletovoy oblastyakh spektra] // FTP, 2018, Vol. 52, issue 10, pp. 1172-1176. 15. Karli N., Sperling A., Bizyak G. Realisation of a Laboratory Sample of an Adjustable Multi-Colour Light Source [Realizatsyiya laboratornogo obraztsa nastraivaemogo mnogotsvetnogo istochnika sveta] // Svetotekhnika, 2019, #. 5, pp. 16-22.More
Vladislav G. Terekhov
Contemporary light engineering is ready to make its contribution in the development of new, automated and (in the nearest future) fully computerised production facilities based on application of artificial irradiation for technological purposes. It is referred to cultivation of plants using the photo-culture technology in multi-layer phytoinstallations with spectral characteristics and level of irradiation taking the species and tasks of cultivation into account. The major type of plants for these installations is lettuce cultures, consumption of which in Russia significantly lags behind the recommended values, especially during winter. The article reviews major specifications of LED-based irradiation devices and lighting systems based on them, used for cultivation of lettuce in automated multi-layer phytoinstallations in photo-culture environment. An example of such phytonstallations is the automatic research installation developed in S.I. Vavilov VNISI, which has no parallel in Russia. A principal distinction of the irradiation devices used in this installation is application of multi-component LED compositions based on white and colour elements allowing us to vary spectral characteristics in the PAR region within a wide range. Generally, the installation is notable for contemporary hardware and availability of computer control.More
1. Tikhomirov A.A., Sharupich V.P., Lisovsky G.M. Plant Photoculture: Biophysical and Biotechnological Basics [Svetokultura rasteniy: biofizicheskiye i biotekhnologicheskiye osnovy], Novosibirsk: Siberian department of RAS, 2000, 213 p. 2. Philip Smallwood. Tracking the Horticultural SSL Market and Technology // Horticultural Lighting Conference, USA, 2017, Denver, Colorado. 3. Boos G.V., Prikupets L.B., Rozovsky E.I., Stolyarevskaya R.I. Standardisation of Light Engineering Devices and Installations for Greenhouses [Standartizatsyya svetotekhnicheskikh priborov i ustanovok dlya teplits] // Svetotekhnika, 2017, # 6, pp. 69-74. // Light & Engineering Journal, 2018, Vol. 26. #1, pp.18-24. 4. Prikupets L.B., Boos G.V., Terekhov V.G., Tarakanov I.G. Studying of the Affects of Radiation in Different Ranges of PAR Region on Capacity and Biochemical Composition of Biomass of Lettuce and Leaf Vegetables [Issledovaniye vliyaniya izlucheniya v razlichnykh diapazonah oblasti FAR na produktivnost i biokhimicheskiy sostav salatno-zelennykh kultur] // Svetotekhnika, 2018, № . 5, pp. 6-12 // Light & Engineering, 2018, Vol. 26, # 4, pp.38-47. 5. Prikupets L.B., Boos G.V., Terekhov V.G., Tarakanov I.G. Optimisation of Light Engineering Parameters of Lettuce and Leaf Vegetables Photo-culture Using LED Emitters [Optimizatsiya svetotekhnicheskikh parametrov pri svetokulture salatno-zelennykh rasteniy s ispolzovaniyem svetodiodnykh izluchateley] // Svetotekhnika, 2019, № . 4, pp. 6-13//Light & Engineering, 2019, Vol. 27, #5, pp.43-54. 6. Prikupets L.B. Process Illumination in the Russian Agriculture [Tekhnologicheskoye Osveshcheniye v agropromyshlennom komplekse Rossii] // Svetotekhnika, 2017, # 6, pp. 6-14. Prikupets L.B. Technological Lighting for Agro-Industrial Installation in Russia // Light & Engineering, 2018, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 7-17.More
Dmitry V. Sokolov, Oleg A. Popov, Leonid M. Vasilyak, Michael E. Allash, Nikolay P. Eliseev
- The samples testing of bactericidal high-pressure UV lamps presented on the Russian Market showed their insufficient quality. These lamps were designed and manufactured based on the technical assignment of specific manufacturers or are copies of UV lamps by well-known brands but manufactured using own technology. Moreover, these devices do not comply with special aspects of UV irradiating equipment for water sterilisation such lamps may be used with by consumers.
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Maria G. Krasnolutskaya, Nadezhda P. Kondratieva, Roman G. Bolshin
- The article describes the development and testing of an irradiating set with UV diodes for presowing treatment of conifer seeds equipped with an original microprocessor system of automatic dose adjustment for maintenance of the required dose of UV irradiation.
1. Krasnolutskaya M.G., Kondratieva N.P., Romanov V. Yu., Chefranova M.N., Nureeva T.V., Korepanov D.A. Bolshin R.G. Prospects of Use of Electric Technologies for Increase of Sowing Qualities of Seeds with UV Irradiation [Krasnolutskaya M.G., Kondratieva N.P., Romanov V. Yu., Chefranova M.N., Nureeva T.V., Korepanov D.A. Bolshin R.G. Perspektivy ispolzovaniia elektrotekhnologii dlia povysheniia posevnykh kachestv semian UF-izlucheniem] // Bulletin of the International Academy of Agricultural Education, 2015, Vol. 1, # 24, pp. 10-13. 2. Kondratieva N.P., Dukhtanova N.V., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Litvinova V.M., Bolshin R.G. Compact LED Ultra-Violet Irradiating Set for Pre-Sowing Treatment of Seeds of Conifers [Kondratieva N.P., Dukhtanova N.V., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Litvinova V.M., Bolshin R.G. Kompaktnaia svetodiodnaia ultrafioletovaia obluchatelnaia ustanovka dlia predposevnoi obrabotki semian khvoinykh rastenii] // Bulletin of VIESKh, 2017. - Vol. 2 (27), pp. 62-69. 3. Krasnolutskaya M.G. Kondratieva N.P., Belov V.V., Bolshin R.G. Electric Technologies and Equipment for Optimal Content of Photosynthesis-Active Radiation for Plants of Protected Ground [Krasnolutskaya M.G. Kondratieva N.P., Belov V.V., Bolshin R.G. Elektrotekhnologii i elektrooborudovanie obespechivaiushchie optimalnyi sostav fotosinteticheski aktivnoi radiatsii dlia rastenii zashchishchennogo grunta] // Bulletin of the International Academy of Agricultural Education, 2015, Vol. 1, # 25, pp. 111-114. 4. Krasnolutskaya M.G., Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G. Energy-Efficient LED Irradiating Sets [Krasnolutskaya M.G., Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G. Energoeffektivnye energosberegaiushchie svetodiodnye obluchatelnye ustanovki] // Bulletin of VIESKh, 2016, Vol. 3 (24), pp. 48-53. 5. Krasnolutskaya M.G. Kondratieva N.P., Kolomiets A.P., Bolshin R.G. Increase of Efficiency of LED-Based Phytosets in Protected Ground [Krasnolutskaya M.G. Kondratieva N.P., Kolomiets A.P., Bolshin R.G. Povyshenie effektivnosti svetodiodnyi fitoustanovok (LED-fitoustanovok) v zashchishchennom grunte] // Bulletin of Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy, 2016, Vol. 4 (49), pp. 59-69. 6. Sterkhova T.N., Kondratieva N.P., Kornaukhov P.D., Kondratieva M.G. Grain Separator with UV Irradiator [Sterkhova T.N., Kondratieva N.P., Kornaukhov P.D., Kondratieva M.G. Trier s UF izluchatelem] // Patent # 2589781 Russia. 2016. Bul. 10. 7. Vasenev E.A., Romanov V. Yu., Korepanov D.A., Kondratieva M.G., Nigmatullin S.I. Lifting Mechanism of the Radiation Source of the Seed Pre-Sowing Treatment Device [Vasenev E.A., Romanov V. Yu., Korepanov D.A., Kondratieva M.G., Nigmatullin S.I. Mekhanizm podieema (opuskaniia) istochnika izlucheniia ustroistva dlia predposevnoi obrabotki semian] // Patent for Utility Model # 150044 Russia. 2015. Bul. 3. 8. Kondratieva N.P., Korepanov D.A., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Bolshin R.G. Pre-Sowing Treatment of Seeds of Decorative Conifers with Ultraviolet Radiation [Kondratieva N.P., Korepanov D.A., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Bolshin R.G. Predposevnaia obrabotka semian dekorativnykh rastenii khvoinykh porod ultrafioletovym izlucheniem]// Innovations in Agriculture [Innovatsii v selskom khoziaistve], 2017, Vol. 2 (23), pp. 45-54. 9. Kondratieva N.P., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Zembekov Yu.S., Bolshin R.G. [LED UV Set for Seed Irradiation [Kondratieva N.P., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Zembekov Yu.S., Bolshin R.G Svetodiodnaia UF ustanovka dlia oblucheniia semian] // Issues of Modernisation of Production and Processing Technologies in Agriculture [Aktualnye voprosy sovershenstvovaniia tekhnologii proizvodstva i pererabotki produktsii selskogo khoziaistva], 2017, Vol. 19, pp. 269-272. 10. Dubrov A.P. Effect of Ultraviolet Radiation on Plants [Dubrov A.P. Deistvie ultrafioletovoi radiatsii na rasteniia.] - Moscow: Academy of Sciences of USSR, 1963, 124 p. 11. Rogozhin V.V. Physiological and Biochemical Mechanisms of Formation of Hypobiotic Conditions of Higher Plants [11. Rogozhin V.V. Fiziologo-biokhimicheskie mekhanizmy formirovaniia gipobioticheskikh sostoianii vysshikh rastenii / Avtoref. dis. … d-ra biol. nauk]/ / Author’s abstract of Doctor of Biological Sciences thesis. - Irkutsk, 2000, P. 59 12. Korepanov D.A., Romanov V. Yu., Loshchenov P. Yu., Bogatyryov M.D. Effect of Long-Wave UV Irradiation on Increasing of PINUS SILVESTRIS L Seeds Sowing Qualities [Korepanov D.A., Romanov V. Yu., Loshchenov P. Yu., Bogatyryov M.D. Vliianie dlinnovolnovogo UF oblucheniia na prevyshenie posevnykh kachestv semian PINUS SILVESTRIS L] // Forest Engineering Journal [Lesotekhnicheskii zhurnal], 2014. -Vol. 4, # 1(13), pp. 27-30. 13. Korepanov D.A., Romanov V. Yu., Vasenev E.A., Nigmatullin S.I. The Set for Increase of Seeds Sowing Qualities by Long-Length UV Irradiation [Korepanov D.A., Romanov V. Yu., Vasenev E.A., Nigmatullin S.I. Ustanovka dlia povysheniia posevnykh kachestv semian dlinnovolnovym UF oblucheniem // Bulletin of the Povolzhsky State Technological University. Series: Forest. Ecology. Environmental Management, 2014, Vol. 1 (21), pp. 62-68. 14. Pigalin D.I., Korepanov D.A., Goncharov E.A. Enhancement of Morphophysiological Indicators of Thuja Occidentalis under UV Irradiation [Pigalin D.I., Korepanov D.A., Goncharov E.A. Uluchshenie morfofiziologicheskikh pokazatelei tui zapadnoi pod vliianiem UF oblucheniia] // The International Youth Scientific Natural and Technical Sciences Conference Young Creativity for Scientific Progress: Materials and Reports: in 3 parts, Povolzhsky State Technological Univerisity (YoshkarOla), 2013. 15. Korepanov D.A., Chirkova N.M., Byvaltsev A.V., Ukraintsev V.S.] Increase of Germinability of the Seeds of Decorative Crops by UV Irradiation [Korepanov D.A., Chirkova N.M., Byvaltsev A.V., Ukraintsev V.S. Povyshenie gruntovoi vskhozhesti semian dekorativnykh rastenii UF-oblucheniem // Bulletin of the Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy, 2012, Vol. 3 (32), pp. 76-78. 16. Kondratieva N.P., Korepanov D.A., Byvaltsev A.V., Perevozchikov E.A. Ultraviolet Irradiation of the Seeds of Decorative Thuja Occidentalis and Picea Pungens [Kondratieva N.P., Korepanov D.A., Byvaltsev A.V., Perevozchikov E.A. Ultrafioletovoe obluchenie semian dekorativnykh rastenii tui zapadnoi i eli koliuchei] // Bulletin of the International Academy of Agricultural Education, 2011, Vol. 12. pp. 13-15. 17. Ukraintsev V.S., Korepanov D.A., Kondratieva N.P., Byvaltsev A.V. Effect of UV Irradiation on Increase of Sowing Qualities of Seeds of Conifers [Ukraintsev V.S., Korepanov D.A., Kondratieva N.P., Byvaltsev A.V. Vliianie UF oblucheniia na povyshenie posevnykh kachestv semian khvoinykh porod] // Bulletin of the Udmurtia University. Series: Biology. Earth Sciences, 2011, Vol. 1, pp. 132-137. 18. Korepanov D.A., Byvaltsev A.V., Ukraintsev V.S., Karavaev E.S. Increase of Sowing Qualities of Seeds of Conifers by Ultraviolet Irradiation [Korepanov D.A., Byvaltsev A.V., Ukraintsev V.S., Karavaev E.S. Povysheniem posevnykh kachestv semian khvoinykh porod ultrafioletovym oblucheniem] // Bulletin of the Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy, 2010, Vol. 4 (25), pp. 34-38. 19. Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Zembegov Yu.S. Energy-Efficient Set for UV Irradiation of Seeds before Sowing [Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Zembegov Yu.S. Energosberegaiushchaia ustanovka dlia UF oblucheniia semian pered posevom] / Materials of the XIII All-Russian Scientific and Technical Conference with International Participation “Problems and Prospectives of Development of Russian Light Engineering, Electric Engineering and Energy” as Part of the IV All-Russian Light Engineering Forum with International Participation // Resp. Editor O.E. Zheleznikova. - N.P. Ogaryov National State Research University of Mordovia, 2017, pp. 40-45. 20. Kondratieva N.P., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Zembekov Yu.S., Bolshin R.G. LED UV Set for Seed Irradiation [Kondratieva N.P., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Zembekov Yu.S., Bolshin R.G. Svetodiodnaia UF ustanovka dlia oblucheniia semian] // Issues of Modernisation of Production and Processing Technologies in Agriculture [Aktualnye voprosy sovershenstvovaniia tekhnologii proizvodstva i pererabotki produktsii selskogo khoziaistva]: Mosolov Readings: materials of the international scientific and practical conference, Mari State University (YoshkarOla), 2017, pp. 269-271. 21. Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Ilyasov I.R., Zembekov Yu.S., Litvinova V.M. Development of Design Scheme and Algorithm of Operation of an Ultraviolet LED Irradiating Set [Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Ilyasov I.R., Zembekov Yu.S., Litvi-nova V.M Razrabotka strukturnoi skhemy i algoritma raboty ultrafioletovoi svetodiodnoi obluchatelnoi ustanovki] // Agricultural Equipment and Power Supply [Agrotekhnika i energoobespechenie], 2017, Vol. 3 (16), pp. 50-57. 22. Bolshin R.G., Ilyasov I.R., Kondratyeva N.P., Korepanov R.I., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Litvinova V.M., Filatova O.M. Development of the Microprocessor System of Dosing of Photosynthesis-Active Radiation [Bolshin R.G., Ilyasov I.R., Kondratyeva N.P., Korepanov R.I., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Litvi-nova V.M., Filatova O.M. Razrabotka mikroprotsessornoi sistemy dozirovaniia fotosinteticheski aktivnoi radiatsii] // Bulletin of NGIEI, 2017, Vol. 9 (76), pp. 46-56. 23. Krasnolutskaya M.G. Software for the System of Automatic Adjustment of Parameters of Microclimate in Premises [Krasnolutskaya M.G. Programma dlia sistemy avtomaticheskogo regulirovaniia parametrov mikroklimata v pomeshcheniiakh] / Certificate of state registration of software 2016617931 Russia, 2016. 24. Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Korepanov R.I., Ilyasov I.R., Litvinova V.M., Somova E.N. The Results of Experiments in Dosing of Photosynthesis-Active Radiation by means of a Microprocessor System Controlling Operation of a LED Phytoset [Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Korepanov R.I., Ilyasov I.R., Litvinova V.M., Somova E.N. Rezultaty opytov po dozirovaniiu fotosinteticheski aktivnoi radiatsii mikroprotsessornoi sistemoi upravliaiushchei rabotoi LED fitoustanovkami] // Bulletin of VIESKh, 2017, Vol. 3 (28), pp. 56-64. 25. Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Korepanov R.I., Ilyasov I.R., Baturin A.I., Litvinova V.M., Filatova O.M. Development of Microprocessor Systems of Automatic Controlling of Operation of LED Irradiating Sets [Kondratieva N.P., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Korepanov R.I., Ilyasov I.R., Baturin A.I., Litvinova V.M., Filatova O.M. Razrabotka mikroprotsessornykh sistem avtomaticheskogo upravleniiam rabotoi svetodiodnykh obluchatelnykh ustanovok] // Bulletin of the Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy, 2017, Vol. 4 (53), pp. 72-80. 26. Kondratieva N.P., Korepanov R.I., Ilyasov I.R., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Somova E.N., Markova M.G. Efficiency of Microprocessing System of Automatic Control of Operation of LED Irradiating Sets [Kondratieva N.P., Korepanov R.I., Ilyasov I.R., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G., Somova E.N., Markova M.G. Effektivnost mikroprotsessornoi sistemy avtomaticheskogo upravleniia rabotoi svetodiodnykh obluchatelnykh ustanovok] // Agricultural Machines and Technologies [Selskokhoziaistvennye mashiny i tekhnologii]. 2018. Vol. 12. # 3. pp. 32-37. 27. Kondratieva N.P., Vladykin I.R., Baranova I.A., Yuran S.I., Baturin A.I., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G. Development of the System of Automatic Control of Electric Equipment for Implementation of EnergyEfficient Technologies [Kondratieva N.P., Vladykin I.R., Baranova I.A., Yuran S.I., Baturin A.I., Bolshin R.G., Krasnolutskaya M.G. Razrabotka sistemy avtomaticheskogo upravleniia elektrooborudovaniem dlia realizatsii energosberegaiushchikh elektrotekhnologii]/ Bulletin of NGIEI. 2018. Vol. 6 (85). pp. 36-49.More
Oleg A. Popov, Pavel V. Starshinov, Victoriya N. Vasina, Igor V. Irkhin, Vladimir A. Levchenko
- Experimental study of characteristics of a nonferrite electrode-less UV lamp with a length of 500 mm and width of 130 mm in the form of a closed quartz discharge tube with an inner diameter of 25 mm was conducted. The induction discharge was excited at a frequency of 1.7 MHz within the discharge lamp power Ppl ranging between 52 and 112 W in a mixture of mercury (~10-2 mm Hg) and argon (1.0 mm Hg) vapours by means of a 3-coil inductance located along the inner perimeter of the closed tube. With Ppl increasing: a) loss power in the inductance wire first decreased from 37 down to 22 W (Ppl = 84 W) and then increased up to 44 W; 2) the UV radiant flux of the lamp in a mercury light-band of 54 nm increased from 28 to 72 W; 3) radiant efficiency of the lamp at the light-band of 254 nm first increased from 31 to 48.5 % (Ppl = 84 W) and then slightly decreased down to 46 %; 4) radiant efficiency of the discharge plasma at the wavelength of 254 nm increased from 53 % to 65 %.
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Peter Bodrogi, Quang Trinh Vinh, Tran Quoc Khanh, Tran Thuy Anh
- A new metric (Rp,2019) is defined as a light source to predict the subjective colour preference impression of an interior scene containing coloured objects illuminated by this light source. The metric is based on the CIE2017 Colour Fidelity Index and the TM-30-15 Colour Vector Graphic. In addition to its dependence on object saturation level, the metric also includes the dependence on correlated colour temperature and on the characteristic illuminance level at the plane on which the coloured objects are arranged. The scale of the metric is labeled with criterion values corresponding to “good” or “very good” colour preference. The aim is to help lighting designers and engineers to determine the illuminance level, colour temperature and object saturation necessary to achieve “good” or “very good” colour preference.
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Anton E. Kurako, Antonina A. Puchkovskaya, Emil Z. Gareev, Igor M. Antropov, Vladislav E. Bougrov, Yuri B. Sorokin
- We developed a navigation system based on wireless visible light data transmission channel and an algorithm for the decoding on smartphones. The work aims to create an interactive navigation system inside the Hermitage Museum for museum staff. The system was designed for using a modern smart-phone device as a receiver, a conventional LED illuminator as transmitter and a RGB diode as a navigation point in each room of the museum. We developed a modulator for data transmission, an algorithm for receiving and processing information using a stock camera of an iOS-based smart-phone, organized a point-to-point network between the LED illuminators and the server with a full back-end and front-end communication. The system allows transmitting data with rates up to 2 kbps on distance up to 1 meter.
- 1. Haas H, Yin L, Wang Y, and Chen C2016 What is Li-Fi? J. of Lightw. Tech. 34, 1544. 2. Rajagopal N, Lazik P and Rowe A 2014 Visual Light Landmarks for Mobile Devices (IPSN-14 Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Information Processing in Sensor Networks).