Solar Irradiance Prediction using Neural Model
The accurate prediction of solar irradiation has been a leading problem for better energy scheduling approach. Hence in this paper, an Artificial neural network based solar irradiance is proposed for five days duration The data is obtained from National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA and the simulation was performed using MATLAB 2013. It was found that the neural model was able to predict the solar irradiance with a mean square error of 0.0355.
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