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Modelling solar radiation transmission through a partial canopy

Xuewen Wang

Modelling solar radiation transmission through a partial canopy

by Xuewen Wang

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 1991.

SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21187434M
ISBN 100315655704
OCLC/WorldCa29025053

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Modelling solar radiation transmission through a partial canopy by Xuewen Wang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Solar radiation energy depends mostly on incidence angle, which is defined by astronomical and surface parameters.

Our solar radiation model is based on defining incidence angle by computing normal-to-the-surface tangent plane and direction of the Sun.

If a part of the surface is in the shadow, it receives lesser energy than sunny by: Solar Radiation Transmission Through Conifer Canopies Article in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology () November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Transmission of solar radiation through a forest canopy varies with the size and location of the canopy gaps, as well as canopy leaf area. Modeling this transmission has proven challenging owing to the highly variable nature of the gaps within and between tree crowns, particularly in discontinuous by: The solar energy that transits through the atmosphere to the vegetation canopy is made available to the atmosphere by reflectance and transformation of radiant energy absorbed by plants and soil into fluxes of sensible and latent heat and thermal radiation through a complicated series of bio-physiological, chemical and physical processes.

turbulent transfers in this environment. Incoming solar radiation under canopies has a particularly high degree of spatial variability. Transmission of solar radiation through a forest canopy varies with the size and location of the canopy gaps, as well as canopy leaf area.

Solar radiation is a primary driver for many physical, chemical and biological processes on the earth's surface, and complete and accurate solar radiation data at a specific region are quite. Solar radiation takes a long journey until it reaches Earth’s surface. So when modelling solar radiation, various interactions of extra-terrestrial solar radiation with the Earth’s atmosphere, surface and objects are to be Modelling solar radiation transmission through a partial canopy book into account.

The component that is neither reflected nor scattered, and which directly reaches the surface, is. Trees play an important role in mitigating heat stress on hot summer days, mainly due to their ability to provide shade. However, an important issue is also the reduction of solar radiation caused by trees in winter, in particular at high latitudes.

In this study, we examine the transmissivity of total and direct solar radiation through crowns of single street trees in Cited by: [1] To better estimate the radiation energy within and beneath the forest canopy for energy balance snowmelt models, a two stream radiation transfer model that explicitly accounts for canopy scattering, absorption and reflection was developed.

Upward and downward radiation streams represented by two differential equations using a single path assumption were solved Cited by: Processes of Solar Radiation Transfer Through a Sub-Arctic Shrub Canopy DAN BEWLEY1, JOHN W.

POMEROY1,2, AND RICHARD L.H. ESSERY1 ABSTRACT Much of the low Arctic is covered with shrub tundra. Snowmelt energy exchange under shrub canopies is strongly influenced by the transmission of shortwave radiation through the canopy and.

Abstract [1] To better estimate the radiation energy within and beneath the forest canopy for energy balance snowmelt models, a two stream radiation transfer model that explicitly accounts for canopy scattering, absorption and reflection was developed. Upward and downward radiation streams represented by two differential equations using a single path assumption were solved.

Solar Radiation Modeling and Measurements for Renewable Energy Applications: Data and Model Quality. Preprint. D.R. Myers. To be presented at the International Expert Conference on Mathematical Modeling of Solar Radiation and Daylight—Challenges for the st.

Century Edinburgh, Scotland September 15–16, National Renewable Energy File Size: KB. To better estimate the radiation energy within and beneath the forest canopy for energy balance snowmelt models, a two stream radiation transfer model that explicitly accounts for canopy scattering, absorption and reflection was developed.

Upward and downward radiation streams represented by two differential equations using a single path assumption were solved Cited by: Modelling Solar Irradiation.

With planetary movements, processes in the atmosphere and other effects, solar radiation on earth is an intermittent source of energy.

On the earth’s surface the peak solar intensity hovers around 1 kW/m² on a horizontal surface at sea level with the sun in its apex on a clear day.

Satellite remote sensing of solar radiation provides a better spatial coverage, and various methods have been developed on this issue, with the main disadvantages being the increased uncertainties and the required validations against ground-based measurements or modelling data.

transmit solar radiation, students are able to predict reflection and transmission properties for various materials, and test their predictions using their sense of touch.

LESSON OVERVIEW Through experimentation, students observe and record levels of solar radiation reflected off and transmitted through various Size: KB. Transmission of solar radiation through a forest canopy varies with the size and location of the canopy gaps, as well as canopy leaf area.

Modeling this transmission has proven challenging due to the highly variable nature of the gaps within and between tree crowns, particularly in discontinuous canopies. III. Relationships between conversion efficiency of solar radiation energy and respiration of construction and maintenance in rice and soybean plant populations.

Japanese Journal of Crop Science Holbo, H. R., S. Childs, and D. McNabb. Solar radiation at seedling sites below partial canopies. Radiation transfer in plant canopies: Transmission of direct solar radiation and the role of leaf orientation. You previously purchased this article through ReadCube.

View access options below. Institutional Login. since solar radiation provides the energy necessary for photosynthesis. The problem is complex because of the extreme Cited by: Energy is considered as a key source for the future and plays a pivotal role in its socioeconomic development by raising the standard of living and the quality of life, not only for India but also for the world.

In view of the scarce fossil fuel reserves, solar energy is one of the important sources of renewable energy used in India because of the suitable climate conditions. It receives about Cited by:. The Role of Canopy Structure in the Spectral Variation of Transmission and Absorption of Solar Radiation in Vegetation Canopies: Publication Type: Journal Article: Authors: Panferov O, Knyazikhin Y, Myneni RB, Szarzynski J, Engwald S, Schnitzler KG, Gravenhorst G.Effects in Atmosphere.

In various layers of the atmosphere, the sun light gets reflected back outside, absorbed and scattered. As a result, the radiation that hits a horizontal surface on the earth is attenuated, split into diffuse and direct light, and; has a different spectrum to the one outside the atmosphere.

Attenuation.That is, partitioning of the incoming radiation between canopy absorption, transmission, and reflection. Many studies investi-gated the interaction of solar radiation with vegetation canopies through canopy radiation models (see for example, [3], [4]).

Most of them, however, were aimed at examining the scattering.