Daylight Harvesting Optimization for Commercial Buildings using AI Technique
Keywords:Solar Energy, Daylight harvesting, Optic Fiber, Energy savings, LED luminaires, Artificial Intelligence, Commercial Buildings
As Energy consumption in buildings increases considerably from year to year due to the increase in human comfort needs and services . In addition to weather conditions, several factors influence the energy consumption for cooling buildings, such as the structure of the walls, the window-to-wall ratio and the orientation of the building. The energy consumption of buildings has been reported to represent a relatively large proportion of global energy consumption.
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