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Variation of Insolation Transmission With Glazing Plane Position and Sky Conditions

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Paul A. Waide

PW Consulting, 62 Northen Grove, West Didsbury, Manchester M20 2NW, England

Brian Norton

Centre for Sustainable Technologies, University of Ulster, Newtownabbey, BT37 0QB, Northern Irelande-mail: b.norton@ulst.ac.uk

J. Sol. Energy Eng 125(2), 182-189 (May 08, 2003) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1563630 History: Received January 01, 2002; Revised January 01, 2003; Online May 08, 2003
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Annual variations for a south-facing vertical surface at Milan in Italy of (a) monthly mean hourly clearness index and (b) monthly mean normalized hourly transmittance
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Annual variation for a south-facing vertical surface at Trapani in Italy of (a) monthly mean hourly clearness index and (b) monthly mean normalized hourly solar transmittance
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Annual variation of mean monthly-normalized hourly solar transmittance for Eskdalemuir for vertical surfaces oriented (a) southwest, (b) west, (c) northwest, and (d) north
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Annual variation of mean monthly-normalized hourly solar transmittance for Trapani in Italy for vertical surfaces oriented (a) southwest, (b) west, (c) northwest, and (d) north
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For vertical surfaces, the variation of monthly mean daily solar transmittance with clearness index for all test reference year station locations
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For surfaces inclined at 45 deg to the vertical, the variation of monthly mean daily solar transmittance with clearness index for all test reference year station locations
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Monthly mean daily solar transmittance for horizontal surfaces for all test reference year station locations
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Annual variations for a south-facing vertical surface at Eskdalemuir in Scotland of (a) monthly mean hourly clearness index and (b) monthly mean normalized hourly transmittance
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Annual variation of mean monthly clearness indices for western European test reference year meteorological station locations

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