Ways to display the wind and solar energy
Using wind and solar energy is one of the main trends of
contemporary social development. Designing of energy facilities
must take into account the characteristics inherent in these renewable
energy sources, including dependence on weather conditions.
From a user perspective, the process of energy flow looks
like a random, limited projected. Therefore, the is significant
role of designers experience for analysis of the expected performance
of energy facilities, the ability to assess the extent of
errors and of possible risks. The role of the information presenting
is growing. Visualization of the data is able to facilitate the
choice of mathematical model and promote its adequacy. For
example, for wind power stations present may not be pronounced
diurnal, making feasible the hypothesis of continuity
characteristics averaged over a day. Having graphical representation
facilitates the achievement of such findings and makes them
more visible. Instead, solar energy clearly distinguished day and
night, and the intensity of the cloud can be considered high or
low. Graphical representation of different models of the possible
distribution of radiation compared with the actual histogram
allows drawing preliminary conclusions on their adequacy. Create
a Web application for processing statistical data makes it
possible to solve application problems, including graphical display,
making them as accessible to the user, easy to run fast at
work. As a test, a web application was created, designed for the
processing of statistical data on solar radiation stored in text
form or spreadsheet. The functional application can flexibly change
for various dependences. The application allows you to display
graphically the level of solar radiation during the day for any
month, the average level of insolation, the histogram distribution
of insolation, summary charts and other indicators as needed.
Also the combination of statistical data processing as solar radiation
and wind speed is possible with it Web application.
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