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An operational tool for the fine-scale mapping of the incident solar radiation using satellite images: the Heliosat station

Abstract : An operational tool for the fine-scale mapping of the incident solar radiation is presented. It makes use of meteorological satellite images to produce accurate maps of global radiation. Satellite data are directly received by a cheap HF receiver and processed into a personal computer IBM-PC, usin the already known Heliosat method. The first prototype was realised in 1985. Now a Heliosat station is routinely operated by Agence Française pour la Maîtrise de l'Energie since January 1987.
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Lamissa Diabaté, Guy Moussu, Lucien Wald. An operational tool for the fine-scale mapping of the incident solar radiation using satellite images: the Heliosat station. 1988 Annual Meeting of the American Solar Energy Society, Jun 1988, Cambridge, Mass., United States. pp.11-17. ⟨hal-00464367⟩

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