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What verification methods are required to demonstrate that Feature 54 Circadian Lighting Design has been achieved?
Which of the following terms refers to minimum levels of natural lighting in spaces?
Which of the following terms is related to capping inappropriately high levels of sunlight?
Which of the following are required to verify compliance with Feature 63 Daylight Fenestration?
Which of the following is a requirement to achieve Feature 53 Visual Light Design? Choose 2
In a new office project the overhead lights in workstation areas are designed to provide an average light intensity of 215 lux, and fixtures are independently controlled in zones of 94 m2 (1000 ft2). Tasks lights that provide 300 lux will be provided at each desk. What must the project team change about this design to achieve Feature 53 Visual Light Design? Choose 2
What is the maximum total time per year that up to 10% of regularly occupied space can receive more than 1,000 lux (93 fc) to comply with the requirements of Feature 62 Daylight Modeling?
Which of the following is NOT a common source of glare in buildings?
Which of the following WELL Features requires interior blinds either controllable by the occupants or set on a timer? Choose 2
Which of the following are acceptable Light Reflectance Values (LRV) for furniture systems to achieve Feature 59 Surface Design?
In order to minimize glare at workstations and desks, which of the following must be met to achieve Feature 53 Electric Light Glare Control?
Which of the following disorders related to light exposure are associated with increased risk of obesity, diabetes, depression and hypertension?
Which of the following process describes keeping the body’s internal clocks synchronized?
A project team is tasked with locating and selecting glazing for windows in order to achieve window transmittance requirement to achieve Feature 63 Daylighting fenestration. Which of the following will assist the project team to achieve this? Choose 2
Which of the following strategies if incorporated in an office space may consistently promote high levels of attention and alertness?
ipRGC stands for?
Which of the following is NOT a strategy to minimize glare to achieve feature 56 Solar Glare Control?
Which of the following is a proposed alternate metric for light that is weighted to the ipRGCs instead of to the cones?
What are the requirements regarding Lease Depth with respect to WELL feature Feature 61, Right to Light, Part 1: Lease Depth?
Which of the following defines physical stimuli which have an impact on the body’s circadian rhythm ?
In order to comply with requirements under Feature 57 Low Glare Workstation Design, all computer screens located within _____ of view windows should be able to be oriented within a ____ angle perpendicular to the plane of the nearest window?
All fixtures except decorative fixtures are programmed to automatically dim to what level when the zone is unoccupied to meet requirements for responsive light control under feature 60. Automated Shading And Dimming Controls?
Which of the following control measures is required to earn Feature 63 Daylighting Fenestration for buildings with greater than 40% window-to-wall ratio as measured from exterior elevations?
In all major workspaces, how should all lighting except decorative fixtures be controlled to meet the requirements of Feature 60 Automated Shading and Dimming Controls, Part 2: Responsive Light Control?
What metric should the project team use to measure the color quality of its electric lights?
Light exposure in the late afternoon/early night will shift circadian rhythms in what way?
To optimize quantity and quality of daylight while minimizing unwanted glare and thermal heat gain, what is the ideal range for window-wall ratio as measured on external elevations?
What specific part of the body acts as a main internal clock that synchronizes with clocks in peripheral tissues and organs?
Requirements for Uniform Color Transmittance are included with which of the following WELL Features?
Which of the following CRI values take into consideration how we perceive the saturation of warmer hues?
Which windows need to have shading devices that automatically engage when light sensors indicate that sunlight could contribute to glare at workstations in order to meet the requirements under Feature 60 Automated Shading and Dimming Controls?
What percentage of regularly occupied space should annual sunlight exposure (ASE1000,250) be limited to?
A project has 3 floors totalling 4000 square feet of regularly occupied space. Annual sunlight exposure (ASE1000,250) should be limited to how much area of the regularly occupied space?
Which of the following conditions should, all electric lights (except decorative fixtures, emergency lights and other special-purpose lighting meet for acceptable color quality under? Choose 2
Which of the following elements needs to be considered for proper design and placement of windows? Choose 3
Window to wall ratio for a project is 30%. All Daylight Glass has VT of 60% or more. And all Vision
Which of the following should be demonstrated with lighting simulations to comply with healthy sunlight exposure requirements to achieve feature 62 daylight modeling? Choose 2
What percentage of regularly occupied space should receive 300 lux of sunlight to meet the requirement of healthy sunlight exposure?
Spatial daylight autonomy (sDA300,50%) means which of the following for a space?
In order to meet the requirements for Melanopic Light Intensity under feature 54 Circadian Lighting Design, a project team should use light models or light calculations to show at least 250 equivalent melanopic lux is present at ______ or more of workstations, for at least _____ per day for every day of the year.
Which of the following represent the eyes’ non- image forming photoreceptors?
What is the name for the external cues that align physiological functions to the solar day?
Color quality is impacted by the sensitivity of which specific part on the retina?
Peripheral vision is enabled by the sensitivity of which specific part on the retina?
Consideration of the brightness contrast between which two areas is NOT required to meet brightness management strategies as required under feature 53 Visual Lighting Design?
For the majority of tasks, what ambient light level is sufficient?
What is the minimum visual transmittance (VT) for glazing located above 2.1 m (7 ft) or higher from the floor?
Daylight glass is all glazing located ______________ from the floor (Daylight Glass)?
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