Informes de la Construcción, Vol 67, No 540 (2015)

Temperatura de color correlacionada de la luz natural: análisis dinámico en espacios interiores


https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.14.146

J. M. Monteoliva
Instituto de Ciencias Humanas, Sociales y Ambientales, CCT Mendoza - CONICET, Argentina

A. Villalba
Instituto de Ciencias Humanas, Sociales y Ambientales, CCT Mendoza - CONICET, Argentina

A. Pattini
Instituto de Ciencias Humanas, Sociales y Ambientales, CCT Mendoza - CONICET, Argentina

Resumen


Actualmente los estudios de la iluminación natural focalizan en la amabilidad visual del espacio. Esta nueva tendencia surge de la necesidad de profesionales e investigadores de definir indicadores de la calidad de la iluminación natural. Uno de ellos es la temperatura de color correlacionada (TCC). En este trabajo, se propone analizar la influencia de la orientación de las ventanas y sus sistemas de sombreado en la percepción de color del ambiente (TCC). Para ello se propone una metodología de caracterización dinámica (espacial y temporal) de la TCC de la fuente luz natural. El análisis se desarrolló en un modelo a escala de un espacio interior, bajo condiciones de cielo claro. Los resultados han evidenciado la importancia de la orientación de la ventana en la TCC de un espacio, obteniendo variaciones de hasta el 50 %. De manera complementaria, se detecta la capacidad de modificar la TCC de los ambientes interiores que poseen las superficies vidriadas y los dispositivos de control solar.

Palabras clave


Luz natural; temperatura de color correlacionada; dispositivos de sombreado; espacios interiores

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