Most of the tools are available from of the Urban Multi-scale Environmental Predictor (UMEP), a comprehensive open source sensitive climate planning tool available as an plugin in QGIS.
All older software are written in MATLAB programming language and make use of a runtime engine called MCR (MATLAB Complier Runtime), which makes it possible to run MATLAB applications outside the MATLAB environment.
The MCR is deployed royaly-free and could be downloaded from here.
The Solar LongWave Environmental Irrandiance Geometry model (SOLWEIG) simulates spatial variations of mean radiant temperature and 3D fluxes of longwave and shortwave radiation (Later versions are found in UMEP)
Setupfile for both SOLWEIG 2015a and SOLWEIG1D.
DOWNLOAD (build 1: 2015-10-12, DEPRECATED, running with MCR 8.2 64-bit)
NB. One file is missing for SOLWEIG1D. Download this file (landcovercalles_2015a_1D.txt) and locate it in the same directory as the software itself.
Setupfile for both SOLWEIG 2014a and SOLWEIG1D.
DOWNLOAD (build 1: 2014-06-14), running with MCR 8.2 (64-bit)
SOLWEIG1D 1.0, running with MCR 7.16 (64-bit)
SOLWEIG1D 1.0 User-maunal (put in same folder as the application)
Hemispheric photo for testing
The Solar Energy from Existing Structures (SEES) simulates spatial variations of potential photovoltaic energy production on roof structures in urban areas.
The SEES 1.2 Interface, running with MCR 7.16 (64-bit)
SEES 1.2 User manual
The software calculates sky view factor for digital hemispherical fish eye photos using a user-friendly Graphical User interface available for download in the download section.
SkyViewFactorCalculator 1.1 (build 3), compiled with R2019a (64-bit)
User-manual (put in same folder as the application)