The effect of the climate's elements on the sun radiation in Babylon for 2013

 
 
 
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    In this study special equations had used for calculation the quantity of the solar radiation which incident perpendicular on the Babylon city, the benefit of this study is exploitation the solar energy by solar cell to get the electricity.

    The data of the weather from the meteorological station in College of Education for pure sciences contains the information of the Monthly average of the Solar Radiation with absence atmosphere , the Monthly Average of the theoretical solar radiance  and Relative Air Mass  from 1/ January / 2013 to 31/ August / 2013. The results of this study explains the effects of the climate's elements (degree of temperature and the relative of humidity), on the solar Radiation. In this study I will discover that we can transform the solar radiation in the Babylon city to the electricity by using the solar cells.


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    Radiation; Effect; Babylon; Temperature and Relativity.

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Article ID: 3203
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijbas.v4i1.3203




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