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Owen Ransen
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Attended Lawnside Infant's School
Lived in Biggleswade, Beds, UK
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LIDARtoDXF creates AutoCAD compatible 3D DXF files from GIS LIDAR files, and it's free!
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CIE88 2004, Calculation of Tunnel Lighting Transition Zone Length
This article is a bit of extra help for this one (on CIE88 2004). We know that we need to arrive
at an internal tunnel luminance L in , and we know
we start at the formula for calculating the curve is the one given above,
L tr .  ...
This article is a bit of extra help for this one (on CIE88 2004). We know that we need to arrive at an internal tunnel luminance Lin, and we know we start at the formula for calculating the curve is the one given abov...
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Comparisons of UNI11095 2003, CIE88 2004, UNI11095 2011 Tunnel Lighting standards
( See also CIE88 2004 ) Here are the Luminance Grids
for calculating L seq . of all three standards: In all three standards
there are 9 rings and 12 (radial) sectors. The UNI11095 2011
grid weights the upper and lower fractional s...
(See also CIE88 2004) Here are the Luminance Grids for calculating Lseq. of all three standards: In all three standards there are 9 rings and 12 (radial) sectors. The UNI11095 2011 grid weights the upper and lo...
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How To Calculate BUG Road Lighting Glare
Though BUG ( IES TM-15-11, Addendum A) is
quite hard to do, it is easy to understand, it gives you numbers for the
"amount of light", wasted in various non-useful directions. B stands for Backlight, light thrown back away from the road. U ...
Though BUG (IES TM-15-11, Addendum A) is quite hard to do, it is easy to understand, it gives you numbers for the "amount of light", wasted in various non-useful directions. B stands for Backlight, light thrown back away...
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It's that code signing certificate buying downloading collecting using time again!
As I said in a previous, post code signing annoys me these years like as networks did many years ago. I've just had to renew my Comodo code signing certificate, and as usual K-Software (a Comodo reseller) made it as painless ...
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1 meter accurate GPS...!
Europe launches its long-delayed Galileo satellite system, aiming to be the world's most accurate.
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CIE88 2004, Calculation of Tunnel Lighting Transition Zone Length...
This article is a bit of extra help for this one (on CIE88 2004). We know that we need to arrive at an internal tunnel luminance Lin, and we know we start at the formula for calculating the curve is the one given abov...
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A missing link in a previous blog post should have gone here...
(See also CIE88 2004) Here are the Luminance Grids for calculating Lseq. of all three standards: In all three standards there are 9 rings and 12 (radial) sectors. The UNI11095 2011 grid weights the upper and lo...
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IES TM-15-11, Addendum A, BUG road lighting classification explained...
Though BUG (IES TM-15-11, Addendum A) is quite hard to do, it is easy to understand, it gives you numbers for the "amount of light", wasted in various non-useful directions. B stands for Backlight, light thrown back away...
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Explanation of the CIE88 2004 Tunnel Lighting Standard
The standard is
officially called "Guide for the Lighting of Road Tunnels and Underpasses"
and this article is about the 2004 version, which is currently in use.
It replaces the 1990 version.  This article is
a user frien...
The standard is officially called "Guide for the Lighting of Road Tunnels and Underpasses" and this article is about the 2004 version, which is currently in use. It replaces the 1990 version. This article is a user friend...
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It's that time again (code signing certificates)
As I said in a previous, post code signing annoys me these years like as networks did many years ago. I've just had to renew my Comodo code signing certificate, and as usual K-Software (a Comodo reseller) made it as painless as possible.  The process has no...
As I said in a previous, post code signing annoys me these years like as networks did many years ago. I've just had to renew my Comodo code signing certificate, and as usual K-Software (a Comodo reseller) made it as painless ...
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My first C# program running on an Android device...
After about 20 hours of downloading Xamarin and Android SDKs (see here) I finally got VS2015 (apparently) able to compile C# code into an Android program. Remember that the native language of Android is Java, so Xamarin cleve...
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I write computer software for CAD, illumination technology, color technology, graphical creativity...
Introduction
I write CAD, lighting technology, and graphics software, and love it!
Bragging rights
When I was 10 years old I came 1st 2nd and 3rd in the Biggleswade Methodist Church Art competion, admittedly I was the only child who entered.
Education
  • Lawnside Infant's School
    Learned how to read and write
  • Rose Lane Middle School
    Learned how to count and say "yes" in French
  • Stratton Grammar School
    Learned how to say "yes" in French and how to count even bigger numbers. Shakespeare.
  • University of Bath
    Learned how to design logic gates, how to design graphics boards, Karate, the digital Z transform...
  • Osaka GaiDai
    Learned how to speak Japanese
  • Yokohama Kokuritsu Diagaku
    Researched on how to get computers to recognise Japanese characters
  • The School of Life
    Nothing and Everything
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Gender
Male
Other names
Fred Celeste, Oliver Sweetblood
Work
Occupation
I write technical CAD/lighting and artistic graphics software
Employment
  • Self Employed
    Computer Engineer
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Biggleswade, Beds, UK - Bath, UK - Osaka, Japan - Yokohama, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Milan, Italy
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