From the maximum and minimum daily values of ambient temperature, its evolution its calculated through a combination of cosine functions (ESRA method)
The ESRA method estimates the dependence of the temperature on the time of the day (given as the local solar time) from only two inputs: minimum and maximum daily temperatures. It assumes that the temperature daily profile can be described using three piecewise cosine functions, dividing the day into three periods: from midnight to sunrise, from sunrise to the time of peak temperature (3 hours after midday), and to midnight.
zoo object with the profile of the ambient temperature.
Oscar Perpiñán Lamigueiro.
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Perpiñán, O, Energía Solar Fotovoltaica, 2015. (https://oscarperpinan.github.io/esf/)
Perpiñán, O. (2012), "solaR: Solar Radiation and Photovoltaic Systems with R", Journal of Statistical Software, 50(9), 1-32, doi: 10.18637/jss.v050.i09
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