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The world's largest and most advanced airport: Beijing International Airport T3 terminal

Beijing International Airport T3 terminal is the world's largest and most advanced airport, it's annual passenger throughput of 35 million passengers, is expected to reach 90 million passengers by 2012. Whether it is a good experience or from the effective use of energy, it has set an example for the design of the global airport terminal.

T3 terminal from conception to delivery, construction took only 4 years time, the speed of implementation challenges and design combined with the basic concept of the lighting requirement one must meet operational requirements, enhance the passenger experience, exhibition building, and provide a sustainable solutions. The huge volume of the building, construction area of 1 million 300 thousand, the widest space at 800m. The main function of covering space above the roof as if floating cylinder in the finer, with plenty of natural light from the roof down, make the building a real "white space".

Beijing International Airport T3 terminal

In the T3 terminal, natural light is an alternative to artificial lighting, but the use of natural lighting has two sides. Direct solar radiation heat and glare effect will bring increasing, while the sun can give people a good feeling refreshed. Both are important for employees who work in the environment for long periods of time, as well as for passengers who have passed through a short period of time, especially to encourage and support them to develop positive, relaxed and shopping emotions. The results show that the study of solar incidence angle is used to determine the passive shading mechanism of roof skylight. After the optimization of the light efficiency of each roof skylight, the computer simulation of the 5 layers of the distribution hall is used to analyze the maximum exposure.

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