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Numerical modelling of light sources

Originální název

Numerical modelling of light sources

Anglický název

Numerical modelling of light sources

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Paper presents usage of the R-FEM method in the CFX environment. The R-FEM method was used for modeling of special light sources and to compute lighting of surfaces from these sources with very good results. Basic description of the R-FEM method is described below. For modeling of the light sources in the CFX environment was used combination of the Finite Volume Method and the radiation method which are included with the CFX (The Discrete Transfer Model and The Monte Carlo Model). Numerical results are presented by models with basic optical geometry (parabolic surface with light source placed in focus point and reflecting surfaces with different angular displacement). There are presented numerical results for mirrored reflecting surfaces and diffusion reflecting surfaces with different degrees of diffusion.

Anglický abstrakt

Paper presents usage of the R-FEM method in the CFX environment. The R-FEM method was used for modeling of special light sources and to compute lighting of surfaces from these sources with very good results. Basic description of the R-FEM method is described below. For modeling of the light sources in the CFX environment was used combination of the Finite Volume Method and the radiation method which are included with the CFX (The Discrete Transfer Model and The Monte Carlo Model). Numerical results are presented by models with basic optical geometry (parabolic surface with light source placed in focus point and reflecting surfaces with different angular displacement). There are presented numerical results for mirrored reflecting surfaces and diffusion reflecting surfaces with different degrees of diffusion.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT131683,
  author="Tomáš {Kříž} and Pavel {Fiala}",
  title="Numerical modelling of light sources",
  annote="Paper presents usage of the R-FEM method in the CFX environment. The R-FEM method was used for modeling of special light sources and to compute lighting of surfaces from these sources with very good results. Basic description of the R-FEM method is described below. For modeling of the light sources in the CFX environment was used combination of the Finite Volume Method and the radiation method which are included with the CFX (The Discrete Transfer Model and The Monte Carlo Model). Numerical results are presented by models with basic optical geometry (parabolic surface with light source placed in focus point and reflecting surfaces with different angular displacement). There are presented numerical results for mirrored reflecting surfaces and diffusion reflecting surfaces with different degrees of diffusion.",
  address="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  booktitle="24th SVSFEM ANSYS Users' Group Meeting and Conference 2016",
  chapter="131683",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  year="2016",
  month="june",
  pages="119--126",
  publisher="SVS FEM spol. s r.o.",
  type="conference paper"
}