Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The article presents the results of studies to determine the influence of the orientation of the translucent enclosure (TE) of rooms with the insolation heating system (IHS) on the daily course of the surface flux density of the total solar radiation (SR) incident on the surface of the TE. As the initial data, there were used the results of generalization of 5-year observations of the meteorological station Parkent of the Tashkent region.

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