Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. This is some old English homework where I had to describe being in a haunted house:
The percent value refers to the amount of light that a surface reflects relative to the amount that falls on the surface. In addition, light fixtures that are too widely spaced or wrongly positioned can create shadows. Objects between the light fixture and work being done can block the light and cast shadows.
Likewise, workers sitting with their backs to windows, with light fixtures directly overhead or to the rear, cast shadows on their own work surfaces. How do you test and correct for insufficient light problems? To detect insufficient light, try the following: Measure the average illumination throughout the workplace.
Compare this to the recommended levels. Look for shadows, especially over work areas and on stairways. Ask workers if they suffer from eye strain or squint to see. Workers should sit in their normal working positions during measurement to give you accurate results. To correct insufficient light: Replace bulbs on a regular schedule.
Old bulbs give less light than new ones, so replace them before they burn out. Clean light fixtures regularly. Dirt on light fixtures reduces the amount of light given off. Light fixtures with open tops allow air currents to move dust up through the fixtures so dust and dirt do not accumulate on them.
Add more light fixtures in appropriate places. Paint walls and ceilings light colours so light can be reflected. Use more reflected light and local lighting to eliminate shadows.
For example, a covered light mounted under a transparent guard on a grinding wheel provides the added light needed to clearly see the task.
Do not position work station with light fixture directly behind worker. What should you know about glare? Glare is a common lighting problem. Glare is what happens when a bright light source or reflection interferes with how you are 'seeing' an object. In most cases, your eyes will adapt to the brightest level of light.
When this adaptation happens, it becomes harder to see the details in the duller or darker areas of the work space even though they are actually sufficiently lit! Glare can cause annoyance and discomfort, and can actually decrease a person's ability to see. Reflected glare is caused by: Light reflected from polished, shiny or glossy surfaces.
Glass on picture frames, or windows at night. Direct glare is caused by: Very bright light from poorly positioned light fixtures.
How do you detect glare? There are several ways to find sources of glare. When in your normal working position, look at a distant object at eye level. Block the light "path" from the fixtures with a book or cardboard.
If the distant object is now easier to see, the light fixtures are probably producing glare.
To detect reflected glare, look at the task from your normal working position.Now let’s address the elephant in the room: electric light.
First, the good news. We’re no longer constrained by the rise and fall of the sun to function at all hours of the day. In this passage, which appears near the beginning of the story, the main elements of the narrator’s dilemma are present. The powerful, authoritative voices of her husband, her family, and the medical establishment urge her to be passive.
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Yum cha is traditionally a Cantonese brunch that involves Chinese tea and dim sum. Yum cha (飲茶) literally means ‘drink tea’.The meal originated in the Cantonese-speaking regions of China, and the meal can be traced back to the time when travellers on the ancient Silk Road stopped at .