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Empirical Validation of Regression Models for forecasting Global Solar Irradiance: A Case Study of Abeokuta, Nigeria
FUOYE Journal of Engineering and Technology
The performance of solar radiation distribution models is highly dependent on the location of use. This makes the need for location dependent validation necessary. An empirical validation of three solar radiation distribution models was carried out in this work using empirical data obtained from the Nigeria Meteorological Agency (NIMET). The models include the Angstrom-Prescott, Hargreaves and Garcia model. Four standard statistical tools of correlation ratio (R), mean bias error (MBE), meandoi:10.46792/fuoyejet.v3i1.162 fatcat:ckccpytftne4pi7dybhv24xetm