[TRNSYS-users] Datareader

David Bradley bradley at tess-inc.com
Thu Oct 11 11:04:53 PDT 2007

  If you are reading the data with a Type9 and then passing some of 
it through a solar radiation processor (Type16) then you should 
interpolate the temperature and humidity and not the beam or diffuse 
radiation. Type16 has internal algorithms that do a better job than 
simply linearly interpolating between hourly values.
Kind regards,

At 09:33 10/11/2007, Alfred Haider wrote:
>I'm working with an hourly TRY list. Now I'm not sure witch data I must
>interpolate and witch one not. I'm reading data for temperature,
>humidity, beam and diffuse radiation on horizontal.
>Hope, that someone can help me.
>     Alfred
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