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Equations governing TOA solar radiative fux: [governed solely by geometry] δ declination angle (radians) = 23.45 π 180 cos 2 365 (172 DOY ) DOY Day of year φ latitude (radians) τ hour angle (radians) = 2 T h 12 24 ; T h hour of day [0, . .., 23] r ratio of actual to mean Earth-Sun distance = 1 + 0.017cos 2 365 (186 DOY ) cos θ = sin sin + cos cos cos
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course CEE 150 taught by Professor Margoolis during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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