Daylight illumination from radiometric studies made at Pune
Actual measurements of daylight illumination- the radiant energy in the visible part of electromagnetic spectrum causing the sensation of sight are not being made in the network of radiation stations in India. Following the method discussed by Drummond and Angstrom, daylight illuminations have been derived from the global radiation measurements made at Pune during 1974 in the spectral ranges 300-400 nm and 710-2700 nm and the data presented. The importf!nt factor, luminous efficiency has also been worked out for Pune. The results are discussed.
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