Definition of Daylighting

1. Verb. (present participle of daylight) ¹



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Definition of Daylighting

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daylighting

daylight
daylight-saving time
daylight-savings time
daylight-savings times
daylight overdraft
daylight overdrafts
daylight robberies
daylight robbery
daylight saving
daylight saving time
daylight saving times
daylight savings
daylight savings time
daylight vision
daylighted
daylighting (current term)
daylightings
daylights
daylike
daylilies
daylily
daylit
daylong
daymare
daymares
daymark
daymarks
daynt
daypack
daypacks

Literary usage of Daylighting

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1. Light's Labour's Lost: Policies for Energy-Efficient Lighting by Paul Waide, International Energy Agency, Satoshi Tanishima (2006)
"However, if the electric-lighting system is fully activated at the same time that daylight is present, no energy will be saved at all; optimal daylighting ..."

2. Protection of Chemical and Water Infrastructure: Federal Requirements by William O. Jenkins, Jr. (2005)
"Potential Energy Savings Due to daylighting Controls There are several obvious advantages to the use of daylighting in commercial buildings: • daylighting ..."

3. High Performance Building Guidelines edited by Andrea Woodner (1999)
"daylighting/Sun Control Whenever possible, controlled daylighting should be incorporated into the building as the preferred mode of interior illumination ..."

4. Energy Efficient Standards for Residential and Non-Residential Buildings (1993) (1993)
"(e) Automatic daylighting Control Devices. Automatic daylighting control devices shall: 1. Be capable of reducing the light output of the general lighting ..."

5. Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential & Nonresidential Buildings by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"(e) Automatic daylighting Control Devices. Automatic daylighting control devices shall: 1. Be capable of reducing the light output of the general lighting ..."

6. Small Business Innovation Research: Program Solicitation (1993)
"Design concepts should (to the extent feasible) address the following issues: (1) the functional effectiveness of the daylighting relative to light quality, ..."

7. Alternative Farming Systems by K. Schnieder (1994)
"Perimeter refers to the area near the windows in a building, as distinct from the core where daylighting often cannot penetrate. 84 MA Piette, F. Krause, ..."

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