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ERIC Number: ED030258
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Apr
Pages: 56
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A General Quantitative Method for Evaluating the Visual Significance of Reflected Glare, Utilizing Visual Performance Data.
Blackwell, H. Richard
Illuminating Engineering, v58 n4 p161-216 Apr 63
The results of all basic measurements and calculations of reflected glare for different lighting materials and conditions are presented in a series of tables and charts. All basic concepts of a quantitative method for evaluating the visual significance of reflected glare are identified in relationship to different types of visual performance. The principal conclusion of this paper indicates that differences in reflected glare in most lighting installations will affect visual performance to an important extent. Also contained are two general methods which should prove helpful in reducing reflected glare. (RH)
Illuminating Engineering, 345 East 47th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017
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