Seminarium naukowe w dniu 4.12.2019 r.27-11-2019
Prelegent / Speaker:
dr Francesca Fragliasso
University degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Włochy.
Seminarium odbywa się w ramach stażu realizowanego dzięki współpracy pomiędzy Wydziałem Elektrycznym Politechniki Białostockiej i Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II w ramach programu Narodowej Agencji Wymiany Akademickiej – Akademickie Partnerstwa Międzynarodowe.
Tytuł referatu / Title of presentation:
Daylight – linked control systems for energy saving and visual comfort
Streszczenie / Adstract:
Despite the benefits they allow achieving, the daylight-linked control systems (DLCSs) are not very spread in common buildings applications. The reasons why their use is rather limited are several: many factors affect their performances (characteristics of the photosensors, of the chosen control algorithm; of the lighting systems) and it is difficult to foresee what the weight of these factors will be during their operative life; simulating their functioning in the design phase is complicated; there are not parameters useful to describe their performance and then to reliably evaluate the energy and economic advantages connected to their installation.
The seminar will show results of research activities aiming at proposing a new evaluation methodology useful to assess the performances of DLCSs, based on the use of a set of new performance metrics and of a specifically developed calculation tool. Moreover results of experimental measurements will be presented to underline the strong connection between the daylight availability in buildings and the performance of DLCSs, by applying the proposed assessment method.
sala WE-007, budynek Wydziału Elektrycznego, ul. Wiejska 45D.
4 grudnia 2019 r. (środa), 11:15.
Dr Francesca Fragliasso graduated at the University of Naples Federico II with a lighting design thesis. She obtained a yearly research grant on June 2014 at the Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Naples Federico II, to perform research activities about the generation and the use of electric light for lighting systems in indoor environment. Then she attended the PhD Course in Industrial Engineering starting from November 2015 and achieving the title in January 2019. Currently she is a researcher at the Department of Industrial Engineering of the University of Naples Federico II.
Her research activities are mainly focused on indoor lighting quality and specifically on dynamic light calculation techniques, visual and non-visual comfort in indoor work-places, use of daylight-linked control systems to optimize energy savings and users’ comfort conditions, cultural heritage lighting.