[TRNSYS-users] Weather data of TRNSYS 17 (meteonorm)

Mario González marioglezx at gmail.com
Sat Jun 9 14:59:41 PDT 2018

Dear Ilyas,

Answering your first question, and maybe the second one too, a Typical
Meteorological Year (TMY) is not a year in particular, a TMY consists of 12
typical meteorological months selected from various calendar months in a
multi-year weather database (Yang et al.,2008)

You find the full definition and details in the NREL website

And if you have a access to Meteonorm, when you export the TMY file, you
also find a report in pdf format, in the last step, where you can find all
the data used to calculate it. In the image attached I highlighted the
button to export that report.



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> From: Ilyas KHELIFA KERFAH <khelifa-kerfah at hotmail.fr>
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> Date: Sat, 9 Jun 2018 14:24:28 +0000
> Subject: [TRNSYS-users] Weather data of TRNSYS 17 (meteonorm)
> Hello ,
> I have questions about the weather data of TRNSYS 17 (meteonorm).
> 01- I want to know for which year the meteonorm gives its results.
> 02- does it use an average of 10 years for example.
> For the case of Algeria, for example, it is interpolation data or
> measurement stations.
> cordially
> Thank you.
> Ilyas.
> Laval University - Canada
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