SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF INSOLATION, WIND SPEED AND TEMPERATURE BY THE INTERNATIONAL MODEL PV-GIS
Author(s): Kubova R.M., Kubov V.I., Bozhenko A.L.
Rubric: Mathematical cybernetics
Release: 2018-3 (24)
Keywords: solar illumination, temperature, wind speed, spatial correlation
Annotation: Considerable part of renewable sources of energy based on such natural natural resources as energy of sunlight and wind. At the choice of locations of stations of green power there is a need for information on spatial and temporary distribution of the expected power characteristics depending on a geographical arrangement of the station. Assessment of potential of solar and wind energy is made by measurements on network of meteorological stations on which regular observations are made. As the space which isn’t captured by network of meteorological stations in some regions reaches up to 1000 km, there is a need to interpolate or extrapolate the available data to the required geographical areas. In the article on the base of results of complex measurements of current of solar photo-electric batteries and speed of wind the analysis of correlation characteristics of the field of average daily values of solar illumination and speed of wind in comparison to data of the international data archive of PV-GIS from 2007 for 2016 is carried out. Variations on longitude and on width are considered. The obtained data can be used for spatial extrapolation of quantitative characteristics of sources of “green” energy, and for estimates of reliability of network from such separate sources.
Bibliography: Kubova R.M., Kubov V.I., Bozhenko A.L. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF INSOLATION, WIND SPEED AND TEMPERATURE BY THE INTERNATIONAL MODEL PV-GIS // Education Resources and Technologies. – 2018. – № 3 (24). – С. 56-62. doi: 10.21777/2500-2112-2018-3-56-62