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    Title: 在台灣地區氣候差異於太陽能發電量之探討
    The Study between the Weather and Solar Energy in Taiwan
    Authors: 呂奕徵(Yi-Zheng Lu)
    陳清木(Ching-mu Chen)
    趙靜宜(Jing-Yi Chuo)
    林肇睢(Tsao-Shui Lin)
    陳財榮(Tsair-Rong Chen)
    Keywords: 太陽能
    statistic module
    RF module
    monitoring module
    Date: 2008-09-05
    Issue Date: 2010-02-22 14:32:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 透過LabVIEW 設計監控系統,其虛擬儀控支援網路化的功
    11.6 度電,監控系統資料經換算減少111.36 公斤的二氧化碳
    When the monitoring system is designed, the monitoring
    function is promoted by LabVIEW which has virtual instrument
    and the function of cyberization. The system achieves long-term
    cyberization monitoring and has the photovoltaic system record
    platform possessing data control and saving function. According
    to the data collected in 2007, the monitoring system calculates
    that approximate 11.6 kilowatt electricity is obtained monthly and
    111.36 kilogram carbon dioxide is reduced.
    Relation: 台灣電子電力研討會暨展覽會
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate School and Department of Electrical Engineering] 2008 Taiwan Power Electronics Conference & Exhibition

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