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TMYTypical Meteorological Year
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TMYThe Midnight Youth (band)
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The savings associated with the avoidance of supplemental resistance heat due to sizing the heat pumps for the heating load rather than the cooling load was estimated at 160 kWh, or 4%, for a typical meteorological year in Knoxville, TN.
Generation of typical meteorological year (TMY-2) for Nicosia, Cyprus // Renewable Energy, 2003.
Generation of typical meteorological year for different climates of China // Energy, 2010.
Typical meteorological years for eight stations located in three provinces of Northeast China are formed based on the recent and accurate 16 years (1994-2009) recorded weather data.
For our study, we examined the most current version of the typical meteorological year, TMY3, as developed by Wilcox and Marion (2008).
Differences of the monthly averages of these datasets for each variable were then added to the hourly TMY3 data to produce a future typical meteorological year analogous to the TMY3 for the middle of the 21st century.
By interpolation of mid-21st century results back to the current climate, our methodology can be used to derive future typical meteorological year databases for each decade of the first half of the 21st century.
For those regions having significant changes in energy consumption and patterns, future typical meteorological year data can be prepared for risk analysis of a changing climate.
1995, Users Manual for TMY2s Typical Meteorological Years, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO.
2005, A step-by-step application of Sandia method in developing typical meteorological years for different locations, International Journal of Energy Research, Vol.
Then predictions from the solar models as well as the solar measured data were used to develop one-year weather files using the Typical Meteorological Year (TMY) format developed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL 1995).
User's Manual for TMY2, Typical Meteorological Years.