Lighting Engineering: Applied Calculations
- R. H. Simons, BSc, CEng, FCIBSE, Consulting Engineer, UK
- Robert Bean, CEng, MIEE, FCIBSE, CPhys, MInstP, PhD, Robert Bean lectures on lighting for Continuing Professional Development courses across the UK and also acts as a Lighting Consultant, UK
Professional designers and engineers in the lighting industry. Postgraduate students of lighting, building services engineering and architecture.
- Published: December 2000
- Imprint: ARCHITECTURAL PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-7506-5051-9
'This is an excellent text ... the authors' treatment of the topics is excellent' Professor Christopher Cuttle, University of Auckland, New Zealand 'The book is over 500 pages in length, well written, well presented and produced with good diagrams and many worked examples. It is considered that this book will become the oft-consulted reference work for progressive engineers and designers in addition to students of the subject." E Rowlands in Lighting Research and Technology "For all those of you for whom lighting calculations are a bit of a chore - or who want to learn more about them - Lighting Engineering is a must...suitable for everyone from professional lighting engineers and designers, through to students of lighting and architecture, this is a big book that belongs on all our shelves." The Lighting Journal 'The combination of the authors' mathematical analytical approach with their practical experience makes this a magnificent book, in which one can read the authors' love for their subject. The reviewer not only recommends this book but also makes a strong plea for it to be kept up-to-date over the next forty years.' Newsletter of the Society of Light and Lighting