2007 Edition, February 1, 2007
Daylight in interiors - Part 3: Calculation
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Description / Abstract:
This standard specifies the method of calculating the expected
illuminances, daylight factors, periods of use and usable luminous
exposures for specific points in interiors, based on the
relationships given in DIN 5034-2. It is used to determine whether,
given specific window or rooflight dimensions, the minimum values
for the daylight factor as specified in DIN 5034-1 are ensured
indoors. Of all the various known calculation methods, this
standard recommends a method that has been sufficiently proven in
practice, in order to ensure that the results of daylight
calculations are comparable.