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Time series of measured or processed meteorological or radiation parameters may be related with any feature class of the base standard (e.g. `_AbstractBuilding`, `_BoundarySurface`) or the extension (e.g. `ThermalBoundary`) via the property `weatherData`. The corresponding type `WeatherData` has three properties: The type of the weather data (`weatherDataType`), the time seris of values (`values`), and optionally the position of the sensor (`position`). The following types of meteorological and radiation data can be specified:
`AirTemperature`
`Humidity`
`WindSpeed`
`Cloudiness`
`GlobalSolarIrradiance` (see \_BoundarySurface)
`DirectSolarIrradiance`
`DiffuseSolarIrradiance`
`TerestrialEmission`
`DownwardTerrestrialRadiation`
`DaylightIlluminance` (see \_BoundarySurface)
- `AirTemperature`
- `Humidity`
- `WindSpeed`
- `Cloudiness`
- `GlobalSolarIrradiance` (see \_BoundarySurface)
- `DirectSolarIrradiance`
- `DiffuseSolarIrradiance`
- `TerestrialEmission`
- `DownwardTerrestrialRadiation`
- `DaylightIlluminance` (see \_BoundarySurface)
### \_Opening
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### \_BoundarySurface, globalSolarIrradiance and daylightIlluminance
The CityGML abstract class `_BoundarySurface` is extended by a number of Energy
ADE attributes, in order to store construction information (`boundarySurfaceConstruction`) and refurbishment data (`refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface`). the incident global solar
irradiances and the daylight illuminances available on each outside boundary
surface of the building. Moreover, information about refurbishment measures on
roof or facade can characterised the `_BoundarySurface` objects, in the same
way that the buildings and openings, through the attribute
`refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface` of type `RefurbishmentMeasure`.
ADE attributes, in order to store construction information (`boundarySurfaceConstruction`) and refurbishment data (`refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface`). Via the general mechanism of attaching time series of meteorological or radiation data to CityGML feature types, the incident global solar
irradiances and the daylight illuminances can be related with each outside boundary
surface of the building.
The `globalSolarIrradiance` is the sum of the direct, diffuse and reflected
irradiance incident on a outside boundary surface and is generally expressed in
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lighting systems required to reach the room illuminance threshold when the
daylight illuminance is not enough.
Both `globalSolarIrradiance` and `daylightIlluminance` attributes are
`_Timeseries` data (see details in Temporal Data Module). In the following, a
XML example of a roof is given.
```xml
<!--Example of a Roof object -->
<bldg:RoofSurface gml:id="id_roof_1">
<gml:description>Description of Roof 1</gml:description>
<gml:name>Name of Roof 1</gml:name>
<energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface>
<energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
<!--Here come all attributes of a RefurbishmentMeasure object (omitted here)-->
</energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
</energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface>
<energy:globalSolarIrradiance>
<!--Add here the TimeSeries data -->
</energy:globalSolarIrradiance>
<energy:daylightIlliminance>
<!--Add here the TimeSeries data -->
</energy:daylightIlliminance>
</bldg:RoofSurface>
<gml:description>Description of Roof 1</gml:description>
<gml:name>Name of Roof 1</gml:name>
<energy:weatherData>
<energy:WeatherData>
<energy:weatherDataType>GlobalSolarIrradiance</energy:weatherDataType>
<energy:values>
<energy:RegularTimeSeries>
<!-- Specification of the time series temporal extent and values (omitted here) -->
</energy:RegularTimeSeries>
</energy:values>
</energy:WeatherData>
</energy:weatherData>
<energy:weatherData>
<energy:WeatherData>
<energy:weatherDataType>DaylightIlluminance</energy:weatherDataType>
<energy:values>
<energy:RegularTimeSeries>
<!-- Specification of the time series temporal extent and values (omitted here) -->
</energy:RegularTimeSeries>
</energy:values>
</energy:WeatherData>
</energy:weatherData>
<energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface>
<energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
<!--Here come all attributes of a RefurbishmentMeasure object (omitted here)-->
</energy:RefurbishmentMeasure>
</energy:refurbishmentMeasureOnBoundarySurface>
</bldg:RoofSurface>
```
## Thermal zones, thermal boundaries and thermal components
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