Comparison of models for calculating solar radiation on tilted surfaces

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ConferenceProceedings of the 4th International Symposium on the Use of Computers for Environmental Engineering Related to Buildings: 30 March 1983, Tokyo, Japan
Pages31722; # of pages: 296
Subjectsolar radiation; angle of incidence; isotropy; anisotropy; buildings; incident global horizontal solar radiation; south-and north- oriented verical surfaces; diffuse solar radiation; isotropic, anisotropic distribution models; angle d'incidence; isotropie; anisotropie; batiment
AbstractFour methods of calculating solar radiation incident on tilted surfaces from global horizontal solar radiation are assessed. The calculated hourly solar radiation on south- and north-oriented vertical surfaces is compared with actual measured values. In addition, diffuse solar radiation distribution assumptions are examined by comparing the isotropic and anisotropic distribution models.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number23301
NPARC number20375954
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