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Prediction Correlation of Solar Insolation using Relationships between Meteorological Data and Solar Insolation in 2012
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 Title & Authors
Prediction Correlation of Solar Insolation using Relationships between Meteorological Data and Solar Insolation in 2012
Kim, Ha-Yang; Kim, Jeongbae;
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 Abstract
To well design the solar energy system, the correlation to calculate and predict solar irradiation is basically needed. So, this study was performed to reveal the relationships between the solar irradiation and four meteorological observation data(dry-bulb temperature, relative humidity, duration of sunshine, and amount of cloud) that didn`t show from previous any other researches. And then, we finally proposed the various order non-linear correlation from the measured solar irradiation and four meteorological measurement data using MINITAB. To show the deviation and accuracy of the solar irradiation between measured and calculated, this study compared for the daily total solar insolation. From those results, the calculation error could well predicted about maximum 97% for the daily total solar insolation. But, the coefficients of the proposed correlations didn`t show any relationships. So, needs more studies to make the proper one correlation for the country.
 Keywords
Solar insolation;Meteorological data;Dry-bulb temperature;Relative humidity;Duration of sunshine;Amount of cloud;Correlation;Regression Analysis;
 Language
Korean
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