Solar energy density estimation using ANFIS based on daily maximum and minimum temperature

M. Irwanto, H. Alam, M. Masri, B. Ismail, W. Z. Leow, Y. M. Irwan

Abstract


The data of solar energy density in one area is very important when the area will constructed photovoltaic (PV) system. The data is as preliminary study to decide what the area is suitable or not to be constructed the PV application system. But, sometime the available data is missing because the limitation of weather equipment.  An alternative technique for the available data of solar energy density should be done for the continuity of PV application system decision. An estimation technique of solar energy density is one part of good alternative to solve this problem. This paper presents the estimation of solar energy density using Adaptive Neuron Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS). The ANFIS system has two input data of the measured daily minimum, maximum temperature and difference between maximum and minimum temperature. The measured solar energy density is as target data of ANFIS system. The data is recorded from Medan meteorological station through the web site of world weather online for the year of 2018. The result shows that the average estimated solar energy density is classified in the very high solar energy density and based on the percentage error shows that the estimated solar energy density is acceptable.

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijpeds.v10.i4.pp%25p
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