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Comparison Between Atmospheric Turbidity Coefficients of Desert and Temperate Climates
Knowledge of the solar radiation available on the earth's surface is essential for the development of solar energy devices and for estimating of their performance efficiencies. For this purpose it is helpful to study the attenuation of direct normal irradiance by the atmosphere, in terms of fundamental quantities, including optical thickness, relative optical air mass, water vapor content, and aerosol amount. In the present article, we will not deal with cloudy atmospheres because of theirdoaj:7419880a9a494739878514539c54ea2e fatcat:fcdzwfolhfbdtfhhdzihourk74