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The first edition of the SLL Lighting Handbook was produced in 2009 to celebrate the centenary of the Society of Light and Lighting. It was well received by our members and the wider international lighting community and so it was decided to create an expanded edition to build on its success.
Where the first edition consisted of twenty-three chapters, this edition has thirty-four, plus four appendices, making it some 50% bigger. The old chapters on light and on vision have been removed, as it was felt they would sit better amongst the fundamentals of lighting covered in the SLL Code for Lighting, which is also being revised.
This new edition has its chapters grouped in three sections. The first covers various design aspects of lighting, the second covers important areas of lighting technology and the third a big section covering specific applications in the field of interior and exterior lighting. With this range it is hoped that the Handbook will guide the reader from initial design decisions, through selection of appropriate technical solutions, and then on to detail design and finally commissioning and handover of a successful lighting scheme.
Acknowledgements
Chapter authors and principal contributors
Lou Bedocs (Thorn Lighting); Richard Beesley (Chief Technology Officer, Mackwell); Nicholas Bukorović (Head of M&E Engineering, FBW Group); Benedict Cadbury (Lampholder Lighting Design); Richard Caple (Thorlux Lighting); Gerard Harbers (Xicato); Dan Hodgson (Lighting Applications Director, ACDC); David Holmes (Consultant); Andy Hughes (Senior Manager, Zumtobel Group); Reinhard Lecheler (Senior Director‚ R&D Lighting Electronics, Osram GmbH); Paul Littlefair (BRE); Iain Macrae (Consultant); Dominic Mayrick (Partner, Hoare Lea); Keith Miller (Director, GIA Equation); Nigel Monaghan (Chief Lighting Engineer, ASD Lighting); Sophie Parry (Key Account Manager, Zumtobel Group); Simon Robinson (Technical Director, WSP); Paul Ruffles (Lighting Design & Technology); Jonathan Rush (Partner, Hoare Lea); Iain Ruxton (Design Associate, Spiers and Major); Mike Simpson (Design Lead — Lighting Design, Philips Lighting); Peter Thorns (Thorn Lighting Ltd.); Cosmin Ticleanu (BRE); Alan Tulla (Alan Tulla Lighting); Ruth Kelly Waskett (Principal Daylight Designer, Hoare Lea)
Contributors and reviewers
Pavlina Akritas (Associate, Arup); Panos Andrikopoulos (Senior Lighting Scientist, ACT Lighting Design); John Aston (Consultant); Michael Attard (Managing Director, Ridi Lighting); Lawrence Barling (Senior technical manager, Lighting Industry Association); Harry Barnitt (whilst with Sill Lighting); Andrew Bissell (Director, Light4); Tim Bowes (Whitecroft Lighting); David Burton (Principal Engineering Leader — Building services, Rail for London); Iain Carlile (Associate, dpa lighting consultants); Arfon Davies (Director, Arup); Densel Davy (Nottinghamshire County Council); Jason Ford (Technical Manager, Osram Ltd.); Steve Fotios (Professor of Lighting and Visual Perception, University of Sheffield); Allan Howard (WSP); Kevin Kelly (Emeritus Researcher, Technological University Dublin); Fabien Le Dem (Arup); Peter Le Manquais (WILA Lighting Ltd.); Mark Lissauer (Projects Director, Franklite Ltd.); Helen Loomes (Business Development Director, TRILUX Lighting); Nick MacLiammoir (Arup); David Mooney (Associate, Atkins); Saba Napoletano (Marketing Services Manager, iGuzzini Middle East); Rachael Nicholls (Senior Designer, dpa lighting consultants); Walter Parmiani (Principal engineer for international standards, UL International Ltd.); Liz Peck (LPA Lighting); Peter Phillipson (Principal, Future Group Lighting Design); Tony Price (Vanguardia Ltd.); Roger Sexton (VP Specifier Service, Xicato); Jeff Shaw (Associate Director, Arup); Jim Shove (Fagerhult); Mike Smith (Director, BSRIA); Manny Stone (MID Lighting); Chris Tiernan (ERCO Lighting); Karen van Creveld (Karen van Creveld Lighting Design); Mark Sutton Vane (Director, Sutton Vane Associates); Chris Watts (Safety Consultant); Barrie Wilde (Lighting Designer, The Light Studio)

SLL Lighting Handbook (2018)

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  • Publisher CIBSE Status – – – № of pages 519 Publication Date Nov 2018 ISBN 9781912034413
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