Entry Text for Simulation Novices
Reinhart C F, "Simulation-based Daylight Performance Predictions", Book chapter in Building Performance Simulation for Design and Operation, Editors J Hensen and R Lamberts, Taylor & Francis, 2011 (Amazon link)
Selected DAYSIM Papers
Jakubiec J A and C F Reinhart, "The 'adaptive zone' - A concept for assessing glare throughout daylit spaces", Lighting Research and Technology, 44, pp. 149-170, 2012.
Reinhart C F, J Wienold, “The Daylighting Dashboard - A Simulation-Based Design Analysis for Daylit Spaces”. Building and Environment, 46:2, pp. 386-396, 2011.
Reinhart C F, Breton P-F, “Experimental Validation of Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design 2009 and Daysim3.0”. Leukos 6:1 2009.
Bourgeois D, Reinhart CF, Ward G, “A Standard Daylight Coefficient Model for Dynamic Daylighting Simulations” Building Research & Information 36:1 pp. 68 – 82, 2008.
Wienold J and Christoffersen J, "Evaluation methods and development of a new glare prediction model for daylight environments with the use of CCD cameras", Energy and Buildings, Volume 38, Issue 7, July 2006, Pages 743-757.
Reinhart C F, Andersen M, “Development and validation of a Radiance model for a translucent panel”, Energy and Buildings 38:7 pp. 890-904, 2006.
Reinhart C F , “Lightswitch 2002: A model for manual control of electric lighting and blinds”, Solar Energy 77:1 pp. 15-28, 2004.
Walkenhorst O, Luther J, Reinhart C F, Timmer J, “Dynamic annual daylight simulations based on one-hour and one-minute means of irradiance data.” Solar Energy, 72:5 pp. 385-395, 2002.
Reinhart C F, Walkenhorst O, “Dynamic RADIANCE-based daylight simulations for a full-scale test office with outer venetian blinds.” Energy & Buildings, 33:7 pp. 683-697, 2001.
Reinhart C F, Daylight Availability and Manual Lighting Control in Office Buildings – Simulation Studies and Analysis of Measurements. Ph.D. thesis, Technical University of Karlsruhe, Faculty of Architecture, October 2001.
Reinhart C F, Herkel S, “The simulation of annual daylight illuminance distributions- A state of the art comparison of six RADIANCE based methods.” Energy & Buildings, 32:2 pp. 167-187, 2000.