natural lighting Articles

  • Better sight with natural light

    Since the invention of the light bulb in the late 1800s, the use of artificial light has swept the globe as a ‘must have’ in every home and office, largely due to the option for increased productivity. However, the result of having these luxuries so readily available has dimmed our desire to use natural light to the point where it has been largely neglected in the design of many of ...


    By green24

  • Light Plants and Scene Lighting for Natural Disasters

    According to the Red Cross, the recent onslaught of persistent flooding in Louisiana has surpassed the devastating floods that came with Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Without warning, the state received a whopping 6.9 trillion gallons of rainfall in one week (based on a report from CNN). Over 40,000 homes were affected by the flood, resulting $30 million in damages. Scientists speculate that ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Nitro Beer Tastes Better

    If you've ever remarked on the smooth creaminess of a pint of Guinness, you've picked up on the key difference in its carbonation: Nitrogen rather than carbon dioxide. Such "nitro" beers have become a trend in recent years, with major U.S. breweries and small startups alike offering nitro products. Nitrogen keeps bitterness in check and balances out the hops to make drinkable craft brews, but it ...

  • New study sheds light on methane leakage from natural gas

    Natural gas wells represent a significant source of U.S. greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, as many of them leak methane, which is more than 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide. But while scientists know that ...

  • Dark-sky Friendly Lighting for Reduced Light Pollution

    The night sky is one of the most spectacular sights to see and at no cost at all. The shining stars and moon over the dark canvas that is the sky paints a beautiful picture of nature and reminds you that the earth is a beautiful place. Over the years there has been an increase in the amount of outdoor ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Goodbye Light Bulb Jokes?

    Once upon a time, joking about ‘how many it takes to screw in a light bulb’ was a great way to poke fun at people’s intelligence. After all, what could be easier than screwing in a light bulb? Any idiot could do it. Not so any more. Lighting has exploded into a sophisticated business. And for those who manage commercial buildings it can be downright intimidating. Figuring out ...

  • From “Light Green” to Sustainable Buildings

    As more people move to urban areas in search of economic opportunities, the number of buildings that are needed to house them continues to rise. It is estimated that by 2030, an additional 1.4 billion people will live in cities, of which 1.3 billion will dwell in cities of developing countries. The increasing number of buildings has long-term impacts on both the environment and natural resources. ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • The Importance of Explosion Proof Lights in Cleanrooms

    Cleanrooms are pushing the limits of industrial manufacturing and scientific research programs. For professionals, the rooms provide a predictable environment with low levels of stray pollutants, germs, dust and chemical vapors. Activities conducted in cleanrooms are carried out with greater precision and safety. ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Will you be switching off your lights?

    Join CoirGreen and millions around the world this Saturday, 28th March, as we turn off our lights from 2030 - 2130 to mark Earth Hour 2015. Earth Hour sweeps across 24 time zones and six continents. Organised by WWF, Earth Hour, brings together millions every year, in a symbolic lights out display to show they care for our planet and its future. With climate change continuing to challenge not ...


    By CoirGreen

  • Safety and Reliability in High Mast, Light Tower and Area Lighting

    When illuminating a work area, sporting complex, roadway, or any populated area, safety and reliability are of the utmost importance. Without proper illumination, risk for accidents and injury is increased. Power outages, mechanical or equipment failure, or acts of nature can introduce unwanted hazards into the environment. Advances in LED technology have solutions that address these safety ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Lighting Considerations for Indoor and Outdoor Sets

    Movie sets have meticulous lighting requirements. Optimal lighting conditions can enhance filming by contributing to the mood of the scene and illuminating dark spots in the shot. Bright lighting systems may also help promote safety for crew members setting up electrical wirings and installing fixtures on the set. Read on to learn about unique lighting considerations for indoor and outdoor sets. ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Analysis of Natural Gas Products by GC / TCD / FID

    The complex mixture of condensible hydrocarbons and permanent gases in a natural gas product has historically been separated on gas chromatographs equipped with dual columns and a switching valve. The light gases are separated from heavier compounds on a molecular sieve column, which is then backflushed onto a suitable column to separating the rest of the mixture. The Buck Scientific Model 910 ...


    By Buck Scientific Inc

  • Effect of light on toxicity of nanosilver to Tetrahymena pyriformis

    More and more silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) have been released into the aquatic environment due to their widespread use, which may result in harmful effects on aquatic organisms. Environmental risk assessments of AgNPs on aquatic organisms in the natural environment (including light, sound, etc.) are indispensable. The aim of the present study was to elucidate the influence of light on the ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Critique of “Precipitation in Light Extinction Reconstruction” by P.A. Ryan

    Untitled Document The goal of the Regional Haze Rule (RHR) is to return visibility in class I areas (CIAs) to natural levels, excluding weather-related events, by 2064. Whereas ...

  • Electric vehicles powering communities through natural disasters

    Mass power outages and blackouts have always been of great concern during and after natural disasters. In addition to the devastation that can occur from flooding, collapsed buildings, and disruptions to basic infrastructure, the absence of electricity can shut down basic communications systems, adding to the anxieties of those most critically affected. While much discussion revolves around what ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • RGB Lights: Memory vs Non-Memory

    RGB Lights: Memory vs Non-Memory RGB lights support a robust selection of controls and functions that can be used to streamline application. One of the most in demand features by businesses today is memory. Read on to find out how memory functionality works in RGB lights, and how they compare with non-memory RGB fixtures. ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Introduction to the BioCar Nature Based Transportation Systems

    The people of the world are rapidly growing aware of the full impact of current transport systems upon their safety, economy, health and environment. This has not been lost on the major auto companies who have spent millions of man-hours and billions of dollars over the last decade in pursuit of the Next Generation Vehicle. But they have little to show for their efforts having been increasingly ...


  • Port maritime resiliency: Turning the lights back on

    It is a simple fact that unwanted unfortunate events are likely to occur, whether in the form of industrial accidents, natural catastrophes and/or acts of terrorism. As we look at the lessons learned from several major disasters, we may appreciate the value that port infrastructures provide their neighboring communities as they collaboratively work through the process of recovery. By the ...


    By ABS Consulting

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