I’m currently doing a solar radiation analysis for a canopy for a train station. The canopy will be filled with PV panels. I want to measure the solar radiation per hour for different angles during one winter and one summer day in order to see the peaks and low points.This will help me to optimize the angles throughout the shape in order to have a flat electricity production throughout the day/seasons.
I run the analysis using Ladybug and but I did not manage to break down the hourly information for a specific day and month with this method. I would deeply appreciate any of your suggestions!
I am new to the community so I am not allowed to attach files yet. But I made a screenshot of the coding I did in case you want to take a closer look. I posted this also on the Mcneel Forum asking for help, where I uploaded also the Rhino and Grasshopper files - https://discourse.mcneel.com/t/help-ladybug-hourly-radiation-analysis-for-different-pv-surface-angles-wrong-values/72611?u=cristina.marginean07
I deeply appreciate any suggestions you can give me. I tried several methods but with no success.
Thank you in advance.