Lighting Handbook: Reference & Application
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, 1993 - Electric lighting - 989 pages
This comprehensive volume contains explanations of concepts, techniques, applications, procedures and systems as well as detailed definitions, tasks, charts and diagrams to provide the reader with what they need to know about lighting.
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THE SCIENCE OF LIGHTING
Effects on Humans and Animals
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