A solar energy calculation study for the buildings in bayburt in order to get optimum benefit from the sun directly
This study is a research made on evaluating solar energy utilization rates of the buildings and residences which are under the climatic and meteorological conditions of Bayburt. In the scope of this study, with the aim of enabling them to benefit from solar energy at the maximum level, a numerical modeling study in which we could determine the most suitable directions, shapes, and sizes of the buildings that would be built in Bayburt was carried out. Although the modeling was applied for sample buildings that have specific sizes and shapes and some results were obtained, this modeling can be used for other buildings which have different shapes and the most suitable direction and location designation that can be done. In the solar energy analysis made for the buildings, a year time was divided into four different periods. Related evaluations were made by taking into account that the building should be in shape and orientation which takes the maximum and minimum radiance in the summer and winter. Basic parameters were determined as azimuth angle, the ratio of the building length to its width, and the total periodical radiance that the building takes. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014.
SourceProgress in Exergy, Energy, and the Environment
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