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Agrawal, D., Leff, H. & J. Menon, V. (1996) Efficiency and efficacy of incandescent lamps. American Journal of Physics - AMER J PHYS, 64 649–654. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1119/1.18260
BibTeX citation key: Agrawal1996
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Categories: Englisch = English
Creators: Agrawal, J. Menon, Leff
Collection: American Journal of Physics - AMER J PHYS
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Planck's radiation formula is used to estimate the dimensionless efficiency of incandescent lamps as a function of filament temperature, with typical values of 2%-13%. Similarly, using the known spectral luminous efficiency of the eye, the efficacy of incandescent light bulbs is estimated as a function of temperature, showing values of 8-24 L W-1 for bulbs of 10-1000 W. The efficiency and efficacy results compare favorably with published data and enable estimation of the filament temperature for any lamp of known efficacy.

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