||"The author has produced
an excellent application-oriented text for illuminating engineering.
Taken in the proper context, this book is very useful in introducing
the engineering issues in the lighting design process.....It
is currently in use at the University of Colorado, where it
is the student text for the second of six courses in the illuminating
engineering curriculum...... The style is clear, the presentation
is good and the references sufficient to help the reader pursue
a particular topic. It is easy to recommend this book."
- Prof. David L. DiLaura, FIES, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO.
Reprinted from Lighting Design & Application, USA, February, 1984.
"This book analyses various methods for ensuring a balanced
design with visual comfort, quality illumination, aesthetics,
cost, and especially, energy conservation. Basic concepts
are demonstrated with practical examples. Valuable tips are
offered on what to look for in physical and operational characteristics
of lamps, ballasts, luminaires and the systems as a whole"
-THE LIGHTING SOURCE, IES Publications
"The book certainly deserves a place on the designer's
book shelf, among the other handbooks published in this field"
-INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING REVIEW, Amsterdam, Holland