An analytical study of direct normal irradiaance for concentrated solar energy applications for the mechria region of Algeria


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Authors

  • Mohamed Larbi Zayan Achour University Of Djelfa
  • Abdelkader Rouibah Ziane Achour University Of Djelfa
  • Mouloud GUEMANA Dr. Yahia Fares University Of Médéa
  • Mohammed LAISSAOUI Centre De Développement Des Energies Renouvelables

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59287/icaens.1059

Keywords:

Solar İrradiance, Meteorological Data, Direct Normal İrradiance (DNI), CSP Plant Performance Evaluation, System Advisor Model (SAM)

Abstract

SUN FLUX calculates solar irradiance on Earth's surface quickly and accurately. Direct solar radiation is critical for concentrated solar power plants, which determine their opening surface size based on reference radiation values. To reduce investment costs, a statistical analysis was performed using direct radiation, meteorological data from NSDRB, and cloud cover statistics to identify optimum ranges for direct solar radiation. CSP plant performance is evaluated and power tower systems are simulated using the SAM software tool.

Author Biographies

Mohamed Larbi , Zayan Achour University Of Djelfa

science And Technology/ Laboratory Of Applied Automation And Industrial Diagnostic (LAADI), ,  Algeria

Abdelkader Rouibah, Ziane Achour University Of Djelfa

Algeria·, Faculty Of Science And Technology,Doctor Of Engineer

Mouloud GUEMANA, Dr. Yahia Fares University Of Médéa

Algeria, Scinces Techniques HDR Reliability System

Mohammed LAISSAOUI , Centre De Développement Des Energies Renouvelables

 CDER · Solar Tharmal And Geotharmal
Doctor Of Engineering,Solar CSP Team Leader İn CDER ALGERIA

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Published

2023-07-21

How to Cite

Larbi , M., Rouibah, A., GUEMANA, M., & LAISSAOUI , M. (2023). An analytical study of direct normal irradiaance for concentrated solar energy applications for the mechria region of Algeria. International Conference on Applied Engineering and Natural Sciences, 1(1), 565–569. https://doi.org/10.59287/icaens.1059