A regression equation that can calculate the daily accumulated absorption heat of Trombe Wall was given, and the performance estimated chart of Trombe Wall in which the daily unit effect of Trombe Wall can be visually recognized was proposed. The absorption heat was multivariate-analyzed by two variables of solar radiation of that day and the previous day. The data obtained from simulation was used for analysis. The absorption heat was analyzed using the meteorological data at eight spots (Sapporo, Sendai, Niigata, Tokyo, Shizuoka, Kochi, Fukushima, and Kagoshima). In this case, the result of multivariate analysis almost coincided with the simulation result. A chart that predicts the absorption heat of Trombe Wall in eight cities from the daily accumulated global solar radiation of that day and the previous day was then created as the performance estimated chart of Trombe Wall. As a result, the solar radiation of that day little influences the absorption heat when the Trombe Wall increases in thickness. Conversely, the solar radiation of the previous day significantly influences the absorption heat. In future, an equivalent heat loss coefficient will be calculated from the performance estimated chart. 2 refs., 16 figs., 2 tabs.