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This includes global radiation, temperature, humidity, precipitation, days with precipitation, wind speed and direction and sunshine duration. It features a horizon database that shows local altitudes of landscape features as plotted from satellites. From simply clicking on a map, it is possible to view not only climate data but also the reduction of solar radiation caused by local topography features.
This is a data source for engineering design programs such as PV*SOL and T*SOL in passive, active and photovoltaic application of solar energy. It also provides a meteorological reference for environmental research, agriculture, forestry and anyone else interested in meteorology and solar energy. Includes new aerosol/turbidity data, new minute-model data and urban heat island effect.
Meteonorm 7.3 allows access to historical time series of irradiation and temperature after an optional in-program payment. The new archive contains hourly data since 2010 and is constantly updated. Also the new archive contains hourly data since 2010 and is constantly updated. You can download these time series directly from the Meteonorm software. Also there are enhanced urban city effect model based on H2020 project climate-fit.city
Usually, measurement data can only be used in the vicinity of a weather station. Elsewhere the data has to be interpolated between different stations. Meteonorm's sophisticated interpolation models create a reliable calculation of solar radiation, temperature and additional parameters at any site in the world. Meteonorm allows you to easily manage and select your weather stations and sites.
Meteonorm now offers access to all relevant meteorological information required for planning of solar applications through the same software platform:
From monthly values (station, interpolated or imported data), Meteonorm calculates the hourly values of all parameters. The resulting time series corresponds to 'typical years' used for system design.
Additionally, the following parameters are derived:
The generation of humidity values is optimized to fit building and climate system simulations (including extreme hourly values). Additionally, a stochastic generation model for minute values of radiation parameters is available. The program includes an intuitive interface as well as access to climate change forecasts (3 IPCC scenarios). It is also possible to use Meteonorm to find the topographical horizon around your selected location, which can be used in shading analyses.
The program produces 36 different predefined export formats. They cover most established simulation software for solar energy applications and building design. All export formats are available for hourly as well as monthly values. Data is written to ASCII files. Alternatively, parameters and desired units can be exported in a user-defined format.