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MTO 262 - Solar and Terrestrial Radiation

Course Objectives

Understanding the radiative proceses in the atmosphere being one of the most important subjects of the atmospheric physics and the thermal radiation, energy balance, climate change and the physical events in the terrestrial and atmospheric system, forming the basis in the solar energy practices

Course Description

Characteristics of solar radiation, Thermal radiation, Astronomical and geographical factors affected solar radiation, Extraterrestirial solar radiation and its spectral distribution. Hourly and daily solar radiation on horizontal and inclined surfaces in the extraterrestrial atmosphere, Absorption, scattering, reflection and cloud effect in the atmosphere, Solar radiation models, Long wave radiation in the earth-atmosphere systems and greenhouse effect.

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Hatice Sema Topçu
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