Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References See Also
The orientation, azimuth and incidence angle are calculated from the
results of fSolI
or calcSol
and from the information supplied by the
arguments beta
and alfa
when the surface is fixed
(modeTrk = 'fixed')
or the movement equations when a tracking
surface is chosen (modeTrk = 'horiz'
or modeTrk = 'two')
.
Besides, the modified movement of a horizontal NS tracker due to the
backtracking strategy is calculated if BT = TRUE
with information
about the tracker and the distance between the trackers included in the
system.
This function is used by the calcGef
function.
1 2 
sol 

beta 
numeric, inclination angle of the surface (degrees). It is only needed when 
alfa 
numeric, azimuth angle of the surface (degrees). It is measured from the south ( 
modeTrk 
character, to be chosen from 
betaLim 
numeric, maximum value of the inclination angle for a tracking surface. Its default value is 90 (no limitation)) 
BT 
logical, 
struct 
Only needed when 
dist 
Only needed when 
A zoo
object with these components:
Beta 
numeric, inclination angle of the surface (radians). When 
Alfa 
numeric, azimuth angle of the surface (radians). When 
cosTheta 
numeric, cosine of the incidence angle of the solar irradiance on the surface 
Oscar Perpiñán Lamigueiro.
Perpiñán, O, Energía Solar Fotovoltaica, 2015. (https://oscarperpinan.github.io/esf/)
Panico, D., Garvison, P., Wenger, H. J., Shugar, D., Backtracking: a novel strategy for tracking PV systems, Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 668673, 1991
Perpiñán, O. (2012), "solaR: Solar Radiation and Photovoltaic Systems with R", Journal of Statistical Software, 50(9), 132, doi: 10.18637/jss.v050.i09
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