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Title: Uma luminária para a tecnologia da electroluminescência
Author: Ótão, Iolanda de Almeida, 1986-
Advisor: Cunca, Raúl, 1963-
Cruz, João, 1972-
Keywords: Iluminação
Design de interiores
Defense Date: 2010
Abstract: This dissertation theoretical and practical wants to analyze and apply electroluminescent lamps, to understand its advantages and disadvantages when compared to other sources of artificial lighting usually applied in interior spaces. It presents a brief historical analysis of artificial lighting sources, to understand its evolution, and identify the main characteristics of the lamps that were maintained over time. It presents information about the history and the technical characteristics of the electroluminescence technology and about the other sources of artificial lighting normally applied in interiors spaces, to confront and understand the advantages and disadvantages of each in relation to electroluminescent lamps. We conclude that the electroluminescent lamps due to low light intensity cannot be used to illuminate a workspace. We developed an experimental table lamp that emits an ambient light with a decorative nature. The results show that the large size of the transformer and low intensity of the light are disadvantages that can be overcome in the future. In the future, reducing the size of the transformer and increase the intensity of light emitted by electroluminescent lamp will permit to be used in more applications. Currently electroluminescent lamps differ from other artificial light sources due to its thinness and malleability, and because they consume less electricity than others artificial light sources
Description: Tese de mestrado, Design de Equipamento, área de especialização em dresign urbano e de interiores, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2010
Peer review: yes
Appears in Collections:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado

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