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A STUDY OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY BUILDING LIGHTING SYSTEM DESIGN

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ABSTRACT

A considerable portion of the energy consumed in the electrical system in the world today is converted to artificial lighting. Light is essential to harmony between the activities of people in the contemporary world. With the increase in the energy consumption by different segments in relation to the difficulty of generation, it is possible to see the importance of efficient ways of lighting. This research discusses the performance of different lighting system in the Masjid Tanah Community College (MCTT) and saving the energy consumption in the laboratory lighting application. DIAlux software is used to study and evaluate the efficiency lighting scheme through  the three (3) different type lighting system. DIALux 4.10 Lighting Wizard software is used to design and evaluate artificial lighting scheme  with  similar  illumination  abilities for the same office space through the use of different types of lamps and the simulation results are highlighted. Its cost effectiveness is also studied. The impact of use of natural lighting and artificial lighting on heating, ventilating  and  air  conditioning (HVAC) system is examined and highlighted. The major findings in this research are the energy-efficient lighting design could still be achieved without sacrificing the visual comfort and quality of lighting and replacement of older fixtures with new luminaries can improve.

CONTENTS

TITLE i
DECLARATION ii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iii
ABSTRACT iv
CONTENTS vi
LIST OF TABLES viii
LIST OF FIGURES ix
LIST OF APPENDICES xi
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1
Research background 1
The important of understanding the high energy efficiency on campus 2
High energy efficiency as a holistic tool to improve energy consumption on campus 2
Problem statement 3
Objective 3
Project scope 3
Thesis outline 4
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 5

2.1 Energy efficiency 5
2.1.1 Glare 6
2.1.1 Uniformity 8
2.2 Lighting System 10

CHAPTER 3 METHODOLOGY 16
Determine the lighting requirement 19
Select adequate lamp fit 19
Luminaries 22
Simulation DIAlux 26
Operation cost 27
CHAPTER 4 DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS 31
Lighting System design luminaries 31
Case 1: Using T8 Lighting System 31
Case 2: Using T5 Lighting System 33
Case 3: Using LED Lighting System 34
Simulation DIAlux 36
Case 1: Using T8 Lighting System 36
Case 2: Using T5 Lighting System 39
Case 3: Using LED Lighting System 42
Simulation result 44
Analysis, the results against the technical requirements, lighting features, energy saving and the operating cost 45
Replacing Lighting System 46
Result Pay Back Period (RPBP) 47
CHAPTER 5 DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS 48
Discussion 48
Conclusion 49
REFERENCES li
APPENDIX liii
Appendix A: Data Sheet T8 liii
Appendix B: Data sheet T5 liv
Appendix C: Data sheet LED lv

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