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Title: An assessment of daylight levels in basic schools in Ghana:a study of selected schools in the Kumasi Metropolitan Area
Authors: Amos-Abanyie, S.
Tudzi, E.P
Frimpong-Asante, J.
Issue Date: Mar-2014
Publisher: Journal of Applied Sciences
Citation: Journal of Applied Sciences 17(1), 11201-11218
Abstract: Daylighting has been considered as a crucial factor in the design of schools perhaps more than in the design of any other building type. Comfortable visual condition in school buildings contributes to visual activities of the educational phase such as reading and writing........
Description: An article published by Journal of Applied Sciences 17(1), 11201-11218
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10534
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