Using a dummy example the student is taken through an entire project s tep by step where the full range of alternatives and design processes are illustrated. The easy to read conversational tone makes the novice feel at home with complex technical concepts and provides an excellen t introduction to all newcomers to the subject. The book is ideal for those working in architecture, electrical engineering and interior des ign who will one day design lighting systems for others to build. A c ompanion website runs alongside the book, at www.knowledgesquare.com/l ightingbook.html, supporting distance learning projects, providing man ufacturers data, calculation engines and downloadable courses for carr ying our design exercises. The content of the courses will be linked d irectly to the book.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
William J. Fielder is a practicing electrical engineer with a consulting engineering firm, a registered Professional Engineer in five states in the US, and a Certified Energy Manager. He has over twenty-five years of lighting design experience, ranging in complexity from standard office buildings to elaborate medical and convention facilities. He is well known for his energy efficient and effective designs. He is a member of the North American chapter of the Illuminating Engineers Society, and an energy consultant to a major lighting retrofit company.
Founder of Eclat, Inc., principal designer at Eclat, Inc., principal designer in Jones and Jones Multimedia, Inc.