Workplane

Workplane

The plane at which work is usually done and on which the illuminance is specified and measured. Unless otherwise indicated, this is assumed to be a horizontal plane, 30 inches above the floor.
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These sensors are attached to the ceiling in each office as there are uncertainties with measuring indoor illuminance on the workplane in long-term monitoring studies, such as furniture's/occupants' shading and monitors'/windows' luminance on sensors (Reinhart 2001).
Low-wattage linear LEDs integrated into the workstation furniture send light upward, which in turn bounces off of the metal and provides the bulk of general lighting on the workplane below.
For continuous dimming, each luminaire was independently controlled to supplement natural lighting to ensure that only the minimum threshold for horizontal workplane illuminance was met.
SENSOR LOCATION Sensor Should be Located Over a Workplane SENSOR ORIENTATION Sensor Should See Reflective, Representative Space SENSOR SHIELDING Sensor Should Not Receive Direct Light GAIN Tune to Design Light Level + Lumen Depreciation FADE RATE Fade Rate Should be Long (~1 Minute) DEADBAND (IF STEPPED) Deadband Should be Long (Several Minutes) TABLE 2 Summary of energy savings and controls effectiveness results.
The value comparison of average illuminance on workplane for office building in different floors (i.
Additionally, this model includes a very basic method of simulating the user interaction with the blinds, essentially setting a threshold average workplane illuminance at which the blinds are deployed, and assuming that once deployed the blinds will remain closed until the next day.
Housed in a compact universal head, the spindle can be rotated around an axis 45[degrees] from the workplane (i.
The next step is assigning operations to each workplane that can be most efficiently performed while the part is in that orientation.
For those users who work in 3D, both versions now display workplane intersections with existing 3D objects, making work plane visualization simple.
Another factor in the decision was ESPRIT's associative connection to their CAD system that enables the CAM system to read part features such as holes, pockets, slots, etc, as well as their attributes, including height, depth, and workplane orientation.
The indirect component provides a foundation of uniform, glare-free ambient illumination throughout the space, while the direct component delivers light directly to the workplane via a deep-cell parabolic louver system.
Leverage of model geometry in the 2D workplane, automatic projection and catch