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2 November 2016 A study of optical modeling and evaluation of color rendering property of a dual-phosphor system (Conference Presentation)
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In this thesis, on the basis of the phosphor optical models, green and red phosphor mixture optical model has been well established. Under some specific green to red phosphor doping proportions, this model can be utilized to simulate the chromatic properties, spatial CCT distributions, and packaging efficiency. There are some benefits of applying the phosphor optical model, one is that the confusion about mixture or layer phosphor configuration can perform better could be solved. Another is that the comparison and analysis of these phosphor configurations can be made not only in experiment but also in simulation, and will be more details to be discuss in the simulation. There are several types of packaging structures in high color quality applications. Consequently, the importance of phosphor optical model cannot be overestimated. After few steps above and with the help of experimental analysis and optimized in simulation, a packaging structure with high color quality and high efficiency has been approved. Finally, this light source with high performance will be utilized in the luminaire to improve the color and energy saving properties.
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Yu-Yu Chang, Michael Lin, Tsung-Hsun Yang, Te-Yuan Chung, Xuan-Hao Lee, and Ching-Cherng Sun "A study of optical modeling and evaluation of color rendering property of a dual-phosphor system (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 9954, Fifteenth International Conference on Solid State Lighting and LED-based Illumination Systems, 99540M (2 November 2016);


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