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Part 3: Sound: the sonic environment

Introduction to Architectural Science : The Basis of Sustainable Design

Routledge, 2014

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... polarising charge of some 100 V. Crystal microphones rely on the piezoelectric effect. They can be quite Table 3.7 electrical speaker power requirements (W/100 persons) Venue For speech For music For dance music High reverberation rooms...

Part 1: Heat, the thermal environment

Introduction to Architectural Science : The Basis of Sustainable Design

Routledge, 2014

Book chapter

1

... rate (from mean) W SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS (Continued) t time hour Qe evaporative heat loss rate W v velocity m/s Qi internal heat gain rate W vr volume flow rate (ventilation rate) m3/s, L/s Qs solar heat gain rate W vR vapour...

Part 2: Light: the luminous environment

Introduction to Architectural Science : The Basis of Sustainable Design

Routledge, 2014

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... ERC externally reflected component (of DF) UFF upward flux fraction F luminous efficacy UGR unified glare rating FFR flux fraction ratio ULOR upward light output ratio G glass factor V value (Munsell) GI glare index Hm mounting height...

Part 4: Resources

Introduction to Architectural Science : The Basis of Sustainable Design

Routledge, 2014

Book chapter

4

... is used for long distance transmission. The normal supply voltage in the UK and Australia is 240 V, in the USA 110 V. In continental Europe 220 V is most frequent and in Japan 100 V is the most usual supply. The local distribution...