[FIGURE 4 OMITTED] Representative comparative indoor air temperature results (free-floating) are shown in Figure 5 with both open and closed shades in December together with the respective outdoor air temperature and incident solar radiation values.
What does INSOLATION stand for?
INSOLATION stands for Incident Solar Radiation
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A Solarimeter (Daystar meter, DS-05A) was used for measuring the incident solar radiation in W/[m.
The incident solar radiation over the inclined collector (36.
The electric energy produced by the PV array depends on the quantity of incident solar radiation, the panel efficiency, and the number of panels.
A variety of critical energy measurements, from power generated to incident solar radiation to ambient air and heat transfer fluid temperatures, are monitored by the FST solution and made available to users and owner/operators in a real-time web view.
High reflectance shade fabrics do not overheat since they reject a large portion of the incident solar radiation, reducing cooling loads in the summer for a nominal increase of heating demand in the winter months.
Reference  Tarpley J D (1979) "Estimating incident solar radiation at the surface from geostationary satellite data", J.