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dL=25 m; h=5.5 m; p 2.4 kW
dL=25 m; h=12 m; p 2.4 kW: higherlanterns, solessfluctuations
dL=15 m; h=12 m; p 2.4 kW: lanterns closer together: verylittlefluctuations
dL=15 m; h=3 m; p 1 kW: shorterlanterns, soless energy/m
( 1/15 < 2.4/25) – but more fluctuations
Both maxIntandminInt are proportionalto P.
Tallerlanternscause more blending lessfluctuations
Lanternsfurther apart givelargerfluctuations, solargerdifferencebetweenmaxIntandminInt.
hardlyany flat region
Thisversion of the model
dL=25 m; nr. neighbours = 0
dL=25 m; nr. neighbours = 2
dL=25 m; nr. neighbours = 3 no noticeabledifference, soleftand right 2 lanterns is enough.
dL=1 m; nr. neighbours = 0
dL=1 m; nr. neighbours = 5
dL=1 m; nr. neighbours = 10
dL=1 m; nr. neighbours = 20: graphstill looks not smooth, we presumablyneed more lanterns.