global radiation

global radiation

[′glō·bəl ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(geophysics)
The total of direct solar radiation and diffuse sky radiation received by a horizontal surface of unit area.
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The model calculations were carried out using the meteorological values for a day in late summer (March 24, 2010) with clear sky, a maximum mean hourly global radiation level of 888 W m-2, temperatures between 13C (in the early morning) and 30C (in the late afternoon) and values of relative humidity between 26% (in the afternoon) and 97% (in the morning).
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