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:: Volume 20, Issue 5 (3-2013) ::
Journal of Ilam University of Medical Sciences 2013, 20(5): 59-66 Back to browse issues page
Measurement and design of general illumination in Qazvin Medical science University student residences
Hamed Nadri * 1, Ahmad Nik pey , Farsad Nadri , Mehran Rghalenavi , Ali SAFARI VARYANI , MOAYED AVAZPOR , Feyzolah Mirzaei
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Abstract: Introduction: Adequate lighting in halls study and student dormitories plays an important role in focus, motivation and accuracy of student. Material and Method: The purpose of this study measured and design of general illumination in Qazvin University of Medical Sciences student dormitories, the same order of existing residences (dormitories 7) randomly selected 81 bedrooms & all study halls were also measured. To measure the general illumination intensity using the public network, first level of stations into the desired location and in the center of each station, 75 cm in height from ground level at night, And in the absence of all light bulbs were available measurements were performed. To measure the general illumination intensity EC Hagner luxmetr was used, Results were compared with standard by using Excel software. Findings: The results showed that 74/81percent of bedrooms with intensity less than the Minimum level of Iran (150 lux) and 100 percent of Study halls were illumination intensity lower than a Minimum level of Iran (300 lux). According to results No 7 dormitory bedrooms have a lowest intensity (131/2 lux) and No. 2 dormitory study hall have a lowest intensity (125/5 lux). Discussion & Conclusion: Poor illumination in the dormitories mainly were due to poor alignment and lack of light bulbs, that today by using lighting design software ,This deficit will be resolved. So continue by using DIALUX software, Number and arrangement of lamps for suitable lighting in study halls and bedrooms design and presented .
Keywords: Key words: illumination intensity, DIALUX software, study hall, measurement station
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Medical microbiology
Received: 2013/03/17 | Accepted: 2013/06/19 | Published: 2013/06/19
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nadri H, nik pey A, nadri F, rghalenavi M, SAFARI VARYANI A, AVAZPOR M et al . Measurement and design of general illumination in Qazvin Medical science University student residences. J. Ilam Uni. Med. Sci. 2013; 20 (5) :59-66
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