Jefferson Gonçalves de Souza

Jefferson Gonçalves de Souza
National Institute for Space Research, Brazil | inpe · Curso de Pós-Graduação em Computação Aplicada (CAP)

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Um dos principais desafios apontados para o futuro passa pela redução da dependência de combustíveis fósseis, apostando em um aumento da integração e aproveitamento energético de recursos renováveis. A integração em grande escala de fontes de energia renovável intermitentes nos sistemas elétricos é um grande desafio e já vem sendo enfrentado por pa...
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The first edition of the Brazilian Solar Energy Atlas was launched in 2006 based on ten years of data from the GOES series satellites and the BRAZIL-SR physical model of radiative transfer, validated with data observed at 98 weather stations operated by INMET (National Institute of Meteorology) and spread throughout the country. At the time of the...
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Shape file for DNI in Brazil. Ask permission to use for commercial purposes. Free for academic and research use. Please cite: Pereira et al. Brazilian Atlas for Solar Energy, 2nd. Edition.São José dos Campos: Brazilian Institute for Space Research, 2017. 88p.

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Radiative Transfer Models studies and parametrizations, including cloud cover identification and aerosol assimilation and interactions.
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Ten years after the first edition, the second edition of the Brazilian Atlas of Solar Energy will present several improvements. Several improvements were developed for radiative transfer model BRASIL-SR. The radiative transfer model BRASIL-SR now includes a better approach to estimating the aerosols contribution for atmospheric transmittance. It is really important during the dry season (May to September) due to several biomass burning events in the Central region of Brazil. Other improvements were also included to reduce the deviations between solar irradiance estimates incoming solar radiation observed in Brazilian AWS and SONDA measurement sites.A edição digital do documento deve ser publicado deve ser publicada no início de Janeiro 2017.