IES- The Lighting Handbook Ch 1-4 Quiz

Mia Ferguson
Quiz by Mia Ferguson, updated more than 1 year ago
5
1
0

Description

Quiz covering context from IES handbook chapters 1-4
Tags No tags specified

Resource summary

Question 1

Question
What are the two physical models that have been long used to explain properties of optical radiation?
Answer
  • wave and electromagnetic models
  • wave and particle models
  • electromagnetic and Maxwell models
  • particle and Maxwell models

Question 2

Question
What is the range of wavelengths that produce vision?
Answer
  • 380- 760 nm
  • 750-2000 nm
  • 400-550 nm
  • 250-400 nm

Question 3

Question
What does the equation Q= h v, define?
Answer
  • Quantum of Frequency
  • Quantum of Electron Volts
  • Quantum of Energy
  • Quantum of the Speed of Light

Question 4

Question
Whose equation describes the amount of optical radiation reflected by a surface:
Answer
  • Augustine Fresnel
  • James Clerk Maxwell
  • Leonard Euler
  • Thomas Young

Question 5

Question
What optical phenomena are used to control optical radiation in lighting?
Answer
  • Refraction
  • Transmission
  • Interference
  • Reflection
  • Diffraction
  • Dispersion
  • All of the above

Question 6

Question
Approximately how many photoreceptors does each eye contain?
Answer
  • 100 million
  • 40 million
  • 100 thousand
  • 140 million

Question 7

Question
In what state of vision is there no perception of color?
Answer
  • Mesopic Vision
  • Scotopic Vision
  • Photopic Vision

Question 8

Question
In what state of vision is reaction times used in lieu of standard methods of brightness matching?
Answer
  • Mesopic Vision
  • Scotopic Vision
  • Photopic Vision

Question 9

Question
In what state of vision is the visual response dominated by the cone photoreceptors?
Answer
  • Mesopic Vision
  • Scotopic Vision
  • Photopic Vision

Question 10

Question
Why is abnormal color vision more prominent in males versus females?
Answer
  • Females have one X- Chromosome and Males have two
  • Females have two X- Chromosomes and Males have one
  • Males have two abnormal genes in their X-Chromosomes and Females do not

Question 11

Question
What is the process the visual system utilizes to change its sensitivity to accommodate the retinal illumination from the potential exposure to 0.01lx to 100,000 lx?
Answer
  • Saturation
  • Degeneration
  • Retinopathy
  • Adaptation

Question 12

Question
What is the wavelength region that visible radiation occupies that is bounded by UV and IR?
Answer
  • 780 nm to 1400 nm
  • 3000 nm to 1 mm
  • 400 nm to 750 nm
  • 1400 nm to 3000 nm

Question 13

Question
What optical radiation characteristics affect the magnitude of the phase- resetting response in circadian rhythm: A: Quantity B: Spectrum C: Timing D: Duration E: Pattern F: Prior Optical Radiation Exposure
Answer
  • A, C, D, and E
  • F Only
  • B, D, and E
  • All of the above

Question 14

Question
What is defined as the ability to resolve fine details and is ultimately limited by diffraction, aberrations, and the photoreceptor density of the retina?
Answer
  • Adaptation
  • Threshold Visibility
  • Acuity
  • Supratreshold Visibility

Question 15

Question
What has been found to effectively reduce symptoms of SAD in many patients?
Answer
  • Depression Medication
  • Light Therapy
  • Changing Work/ School Patterns
  • Surgery

Question 16

Question
What determines the amount of light entering the eye? A: Pupil Size B: Time C: Luminances of the object being viewed
Answer
  • A and B
  • B and C
  • A and C
  • All of the Above

Question 17

Question
Which of the following are factors affecting brightness: A: Object Luminance B: Visual Size C: Spatial Frequency D: Surround Luminace
Answer
  • A and B
  • C and D
  • B and C
  • A and D

Question 18

Question
How does glare occur?
Answer
  • Luminance is too high and luminance ratios are too high
  • Illuminance is too high and Illuminance ratios are too high
  • Luminance is too high and Illuminance ratios are too high
  • Illuminance is too high and luminance ratios are too high

Question 19

Question
What is defined by a sensation of annoyance or pain caused by high luminances in the field of view?
Answer
  • Disability Glare
  • Spatial Vision
  • Discomfort Glare
  • Adaptation Luminance

Question 20

Question
What is defined by reduced visibility due to light scattered in the eye, reducing the luminance contrast of the retinal image?
Answer
  • Disability Glare
  • Spatial Vision
  • Discomfort Glare
  • Adaptation Luminance
Show full summary Hide full summary

Suggestions

Area, Volume & Perimeter Mind Map
rory.examtime
AQA Human Geography
georgie.proctor
CPA Exam Sample Questions Pt. 1
nedtuohy
GCSE Biology 4 OCR - The Processes of Life
blairzy123
MODE, MEDIAN, MEAN, AND RANGE
Elliot O'Leary
BYU English 11 B Speedback
Becky Kopplin
Command or Process Words for Essay Writing
Bekki
Rivers GCSE WJEC
Eleanor Monk
mcolby MITOSIS TEST
Melinda Colby
Key Terms - Religion and community cohesion
jackson.r08
IGCSE English Language Exam Questions 1,2,3
GCSE Sources