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Table of Contents

1 - Example - Existing Buildings
2 - Example - Proposed Development
3 - Planning Criteria
4 - Planning Criteria - First Part
5 - What is Vertical Sky Component?
6 - What is a Sky Component?
7 - Sky Factor In Practice...
8 - Why Vertical?
9 - VSC In Practice...
10- Why is VSC a useful measure of Daylight?
11- So How do we Calculate Sky Components?
12- And what about Vertical Sky Components?
13- Angle in Plan
14- Angle in Plan
15- Elevation Angle
16- Elevation Angle
17- Horizontal Edge
18- Horizontal Edge
19- So What is the VSC in this case?
20- Droop Lines
21- Droop Lines
22- A complete Waldram Diagram
23- VSC TABLE
24- VSC Example - Existing Buildings
25- VSC TABLE
26- VSC Example - Proposed Development
27- VSC TABLE
28- Pass or Fail?
29- In Reality...
30- Other ways of looking at VSC
31- Average Daylight Factor
32- Average Daylight Factor (ADF)
33- ADF Example
34- More Sophisticated Calculations
35- Sunlight Criteria
36- Direction Finder Axes
37- Sunlight Availability Diagram
38- Sun Path Waldram Diagram
39- Permanent Shadow
40- Permanent Shadow - Example