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000163827 245__ $$aSolar radiation modelling for urban environments
000163827 269__ $$a2010
000163827 260__ $$aCompiègne$$bUniversité de Technologie Compiègne$$c2010
000163827 336__ $$aConference Papers
000163827 520__ $$aIn this paper we briefly describe three alternative techniques for modelling solar radiation in the urban context. These include the use of: (i) simple morphological parameters as indicators of radiation availability, (ii) a ray-tracing program in conjunction with a cumulative sky radiance distribution model for accurate calculation of annual incident solar irradiation, (iii) a simplified radiosity algorithm (SRA) for efficient calculation of (sub-)hourly incident solar irradiance. Although each of these techniques has advantages, we suggest that the SRA should be used in preference to the two alternatives, either for reasons of accuracy or efficiency
000163827 700__ $$0240211$$aRobinson, Darren$$g167657
000163827 7112_ $$aSEUS Solar Energy at Urban Scale$$cCompiègne, France $$dMay 25-26, 2010
000163827 773__ $$tSEUS Solar Energy at Urban Scale
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