Comparative life cycle analysis of different lighting devices

Khurram Shahzad, Mohammad Rehan, Iqbal M I Ismail, Muhammad Sagir, Muhammad S. Tahir, B. Bertók, Abdul Sattar Nizami

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Abstract

In the modern era, tremendous technological and sustainable development has forced the societies to adopt modern energy efficient lighting devices instead of old fashioned less efficient incandescent lamps. The examples of such new lamps compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps. These devices can provide similar light output at the expense of only 20 % electricity consumption in comparison to incandescent lamps due to less energy lost as heat during luminance phenomenon. CFLs convert about 45 % energy into visible light, while incandescent lamp converts only 10 % (Tosenstock, 2007). The ecological footprint evaluation for street lighting network in Veszprem County, Hungary has been carried out utilising Sustainable Process Index (SPI) methodology (Narodoslawsky and Krotscheck, 1995). The analysis was carried out considering three different light bulbs i.e. conventional or old fashioned less energy efficient incandescent lamps and high tech more energy efficient CFLs and LED lamps. The analysis results reveal that there is a potential to decrease environmental impacts by 2 to 4 times by changing lamps from conventional incandescent to CFL and LEDs. These results are in coherence with the ecological assessment study conducted by the Department of Energy (DOE, 2012) for replacement of incandescent lamps with more efficient CFLs and LED lamps.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChemical Engineering Transactions
PublisherItalian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDIC
Pages631-636
Number of pages6
Volume45
ISBN (Print)9788895608365
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1 2015

Publication series

NameChemical Engineering Transactions
Volume45
ISSN (Electronic)22839216

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Incandescent lamps
Fluorescent lamps
Electric lamps
Life cycle
Lighting
Light emitting diodes
Street lighting
Environmental impact
Sustainable development
Luminance
Electricity

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  • Chemical Engineering(all)

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Shahzad, K., Rehan, M., Ismail, I. M. I., Sagir, M., Tahir, M. S., Bertók, B., & Nizami, A. S. (2015). Comparative life cycle analysis of different lighting devices. In Chemical Engineering Transactions (Vol. 45, pp. 631-636). (Chemical Engineering Transactions; Vol. 45). Italian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDIC. https://doi.org/10.3303/CET1545106

Comparative life cycle analysis of different lighting devices. / Shahzad, Khurram; Rehan, Mohammad; Ismail, Iqbal M I; Sagir, Muhammad; Tahir, Muhammad S.; Bertók, B.; Nizami, Abdul Sattar.

Chemical Engineering Transactions. Vol. 45 Italian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDIC, 2015. p. 631-636 (Chemical Engineering Transactions; Vol. 45).

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Shahzad, K, Rehan, M, Ismail, IMI, Sagir, M, Tahir, MS, Bertók, B & Nizami, AS 2015, Comparative life cycle analysis of different lighting devices. in Chemical Engineering Transactions. vol. 45, Chemical Engineering Transactions, vol. 45, Italian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDIC, pp. 631-636. https://doi.org/10.3303/CET1545106
Shahzad K, Rehan M, Ismail IMI, Sagir M, Tahir MS, Bertók B et al. Comparative life cycle analysis of different lighting devices. In Chemical Engineering Transactions. Vol. 45. Italian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDIC. 2015. p. 631-636. (Chemical Engineering Transactions). https://doi.org/10.3303/CET1545106
Shahzad, Khurram ; Rehan, Mohammad ; Ismail, Iqbal M I ; Sagir, Muhammad ; Tahir, Muhammad S. ; Bertók, B. ; Nizami, Abdul Sattar. / Comparative life cycle analysis of different lighting devices. Chemical Engineering Transactions. Vol. 45 Italian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDIC, 2015. pp. 631-636 (Chemical Engineering Transactions).
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