Predicting Global Solar Radiation on A Horizontal Surface A Case Study For Zambia
Keywords: Solar Radiation; Regression Analysis; Extraterrestrial Solar Radiation
AbstractInsolation models have been recognized for many years in solar energy systems as important tools to determine radiations for locations lacking insolation data base. Unfortunately, for most geographical areas in Zambia, the insolation data is not available. Correlations between the daily measurements of global solar radiation and the meteorological parameters were presented in tabular form for the selected locations. A common relationship to estimate global solar radiation for the all Zambia is also established. The values of correlation coefficients established varied from 53% to 97% and the errors of estimation were between 0.24 and 0.0.84.
How to Cite
C. Kapumpu, P. Chisale, N. Kwendakwema, and E. Luwaya, “Predicting Global Solar Radiation on A Horizontal Surface A Case Study For Zambia”, Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 33-41, Dec. 2020.
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