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 Light & Engineering 26 (3)

Light & Engineering 26 (3)

Volume 26
Date of publication 09/28/2018
Pages 88-94


Practice and Discussion on Lighting Design of Urban Landscape Bridge. L&E 26 (3) 2018
Articles authors:
Wenting ZHANG, Jianjun WANG

mainly engaged in the research of traffic planning and urban landscape at School of architecture in Chang’an University, Shaanxi Province, China

Prof., Ph.D., Department of Traffic Engineering, School of Highway at Chang’an University, Shaanxi Province, China. The main study filed is the traffic planning and traffic safety

The design status of an urban landscape bridge lighting system was analyzed via system analysis. Through the evaluation of eight twolevel, 24 three­level, and five four­grade indexes on the basis of three aspects, namely, design process, electricity consumption calculation, and lighting effect. The hierarchy framework and index relationship of the entire system were clearly defined. Many angles reflected the links involved in the design of bridge lighting system. The neural network method was used in verifying the screening results to provide a comprehensive indicator specimen for establishing the evaluation system of the system. On the basis of the knowledge and experience of experts, information was processed, and the subjective influence and uncertainty of human calculation could then be reduced.
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