This section lists sources of information on the algorithms used in HOMER and sources you can use to develop the inputs you need to run HOMER.
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•Erbs DG, Klein SA, Duffie JA (1982) Estimation of the diffuse radiation fraction for hourly, daily, and monthly-average global radiation, Solar Energy, 28, 293
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•Graham VA, Hollands KGT, Unny TE (1988) A time series model for Kt with application to global synthetic weather generation, Solar Energy, 40 (2), 83-92
•Manwell JF, McGowan JG, Rogers AL (2002) Wind Energy Explained, Wiley, New York, NY
•Stevens MJM, Smulders PT (1979) The estimation of the parameters of the Weibull wind speed distribution for wind energy utilization purposes, Wind Engineering, 3, 132-145
•Brett AC, Tuller SE (1991) The autocorrelation of hourly wind speed observations, Journal of Applied Meteorology, 30, 823-833
•Manwell JF, McGowan JG (1993) Lead acid storage model for hybrid energy systems, Solar Energy, 50, 399-405
•Neubauer J (2014) Battery Lifetime Analysis and Simulation Tool (BLAST) Documentation, NREL/TP-5400-63246. Retrieved from http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy15osti/63246.pdf
•Smith K, Earleywine M, et. al. (2012) Comparison of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery Life Across Geographies and Drive Cycles, SAE World Congress and Exhibition, Detroit, Michigan, April 24-26, 2012
•ASTM E1049-85(2011)e1, Standard Practices for Cycle Counting in Fatigue Analysis, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2011, www.astm.org
•Manwell, J. F., McGowan, J. G., Abdulwahid, U., & Wu, K. (2005, May). Improvements to the hybrid2 battery model. In Windpower 2005 Conference. American Wind Energy Association.
•Barley CD, Winn CB (1996) Optimal dispatch strategy in remote hybrid power systems, Solar Energy, 58, 165-179