pyranometer


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pyranometer

(ˌpaɪrəˈnɒmɪtə)
n
(General Physics) physics another name for solarimeter
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Considering irradiance averages for the days near the winter solstice--that is, the critical period for operation of the photovoltaic system--a higher reading was obtained in the pyranometer installed next to the inclined panel, compared to the device placed horizontally (Figure 4), corroborating Souza et al.
The station measures global horizontal solar radiation with a silicon photodiode type pyranometer with an accuracy of [+ or -]5%.
Measurements of Global Radiation Constant (Intensity) at Awka, using Pyranometer, Nig.
Solar radiation is measured by Kipp and Zonnen pyranometer and pressure drop inside the riser tubes by Yokogowa differential pressure Transducer.
Daily totals of solar radiation were recorded by a pyranometer (Licor, Lincoln, NE) with an automated data logger (Campbell Scientific, Inc.
A time series for solar irradiation (measured with LI-COR [Lincoln, Nebraska] pyranometer sensor LI-200SB in watts per square meter, integrated over every 7.
DNI is measured with a first-class pyrheliometer, whereas DIF is measured with a first-class pyranometer with low thermal imbalance and equipped with a tracking shade to permanently block the sun within a subtended cone roughly equal to that of the pyrheliometer's field of view.
The presented data in table II and III is taken by using pyranometer at IIT Delhi in 2007.
Solar radiation was measured at a height of 2 m agl with a LI-COR LI 190 silicon cell pyranometer (LI-COR, Inc.
2] and was measured with a LI-COR LI200sz pyranometer (Lincoln, Nebraska) that had been calibrated against an Oriel Corporation model 7080 pyroelectric radiometer (Stratford, Connecticut).
Tenders are invited for Offer for scada with pyranometer
StatCast leverages local pyranometer measurements and trains regime-dependent artificial network models from 15 min out to 3 h (McCandless et al.