Abstract—The Solar spectrum forcing Due to Soil Particle
Concentration to study about difference solar energy 3 unit on
September 2012 at Petchburi province, Thailand. MS-700,
Spectroradiometer was used to determined energy at the wave
length 300-1050 nm and short-wave solar radiation. The soil
particle was used in the experiment. The result showed that the
particulate matter was decrease the shortwave radiation energy.
The highest decreasing rate was near infrared range (-0.97%),
it showed slightly effect on ultraviolet range (0.11%) and visible
light rangeand (0.87%). The soil particle showed significantly
effect on the proportion of short wave radiation energy. At the
visible light showed percentage is the highest in 450-490 nm
(16.0%) the lowest in 380-450 nm (11.0%).
Index Terms—Visible light, solar spectrum, soil particle, proportion of short wave radiation.
The authors are with the Environmental Science Department, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University. 50 Namwongvan Rd, Chatuchak Bangkok, Thailand (e-mail: giftcy_pp@hotmail, com,email@example.com).
Cite:Pantipa Wonglakorn and Surat Bualert, "Solar Spectrum Forcing Due to Soil Particle Concentration," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 116-118, 2013.