solar radiation


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Evaporation from water surface in relation to solar radiation, Trans.
The feedback loops work like this: During a warm summer with clear skies and lots of solar radiation pouring in, the surface starts to melt.
The simplified RC model is used to describe the heat transfer process of the building, and the black-box model is used to forecast the incident solar radiation on the envelope surfaces, while the semiempirical model is adopted to calculate the long wave radiation between interior surfaces.
In addition to water, life is mainly dependent on solar radiations or solar energy.
The available solar radiation depends upon latitude, weather patterns, and air pollution levels.
Parabolic trough collectors are used to concentrate the direct solar radiation onto receiver.
The cloud cover cuts off a substantial amount of sunshine and thus solar radiation [3].
Although, these issues have been highlighted by the work on the UK Defence Standard DEF STAN 00-35, the solar radiation test of that standard is technically similar to that of BS EN 60068-2-5 "Test Sa Simulated Solar Radiation at Ground Level", which is in turn technically similar to a number of other product specific solar radiation test procedures.
The quantity of solar radiation in the first study was about twice as much as in the second study.
Photovoltaics are a method of generating electrical power by converting solar radiation into direct current electricity using semiconductors.
For use in building energy simulations, the most useful of these additional data elements is the cloud cover which is used by many solar models, including the one used for this project, to estimate the hourly solar radiation.
Here he describes the nuts and bolts of practical solar radiation modeling applications to students, professional working scientists and engineers, and solar energy conversion system enthusiasts.
In spring, the flux of solar radiation penetrating the ice increases with melting (Petrov et al.
The study by researchers at the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory explored sunlight reduction methods, or solar radiation management, in a computer model that followed emissions' effect on climate.