Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/1822/58993

TitleDevelopment of an Electric-Driven Smart Window Model for Visual Comfort Assessment
Author(s)Scorpio, M.
Iuliano, G.
Rosato, A.
Sibilio, S.
Maffei, L.
Vanoli, G.
Almeida, Manuela Guedes de
KeywordsDaylight simulation
Electric driven window
experimental measurements
Radiance
Visual comfort
Issue dateSep-2018
CitationScorpio M., Iuliano G., Rosato A., Sibilio S., Maffei L., Vanoli G., Almeida Manuela G. Development of an Electric-Driven Smart Window Model for Visual Comfort Assessment, IBPC 2018 - 7th International Building Physics Conference - Healthy, Inteligent and Resilient Buildings and Urban Environments, 2018
Abstract(s)Smart windows, especially those electric-driven, represent one of the most advanced technologies for controlling solar radiation. For a correct use, it is necessary to understand their real behaviour through in-situ measurements on full-scale application as well as calibrating and validating visual simulation models capable of predicting their performances. In this paper, the preliminary results of current research activities aimed at developing simulation models of electric-driven full-scale glazing are presented. The research activities started with the assessment of the visible solar transmittance as a function of light incident angle through in-situ measurements; different models, with related values, of the visible solar transmittance were considered. For each simulation model, the corresponding transmittance value was set in the RADIANCE ?trans? material model and the simulated illuminance values, for a defined acquisition point of a test-facility, were then compared with the experimental data. Finally, for each model, indoor luminance distributions were reported considering a typical office seating position. Preliminary results, based on the in-situ measurements approach, highlighted a sufficient accuracy for one of the models adopted; further analyses are needed in order to upgrade the simulation models available and assess the effective performances of these windows.
TypeConference paper
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/58993
Publisher versionhttp://ibpc2018.org/
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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