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Empirical Model for the Estimation of Solar Radiation at Destination Shegaon, Maharashtra, India

Publication Date : 08/02/2016



Author(s) :

N.G. More , D. T. Manwatkar.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
,
Issue 2
(02 - 2016)



Abstract :

For solar-based renewable energy technologies as solar photovoltaic or thermal conversion systems, the basic resource or fuel available is solar radiation. Measurement of solar radiation is important for the evaluation and deployment of solar renewable energy systems. In order to calculate the amount of solar radiation falling on a collector at a given time and location, the beam or diffuse radiation should be either measured or estimated using empirical equations. Due to economic reason, it is not possible to measure the solar radiation for all location. Therefore, often it is required to estimate the radiation from the empirical relations. Through the relationships are not completely empirical, they use the parameters that are based on measured meteorological data. This paper describes the empirical technique to estimate the solar radiations for given location. Calculation suggests the proper estimation and more efficient utilization solar radiation on earth surface.


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Empirical Model for the Estimation of Solar Radiation at Destination Shegaon, Maharashtra, India

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