A novel look on the materials effect on the characteristics and applications of solar systems

H. A. Ashry ; A. Abdel Magid Abu Talib ; M. I. M. Mahdi ; F. A. S. Soliman ; ismail, manal 


Abstract


This paper describes how measurement techniques can be used to characterize the electrical properties of solar cells made of different materials. In this concern, cells and panels made of monocrystalline, polycrystalline, amorphous and polymers were investigated. It describes how electrical characterization products can be used to evaluate the different materials to be used for manufacturing solar cells. Common techniques such as current-voltage (I-V) -, and capacitance- voltage (C-V) – characteristics, as well as photo-induced open circuit voltage decay, were shown to yield valuable information regarding the devices under test. Finally, temperature effects on the proposed different cells and panels were investigated.


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Issue Date 2015
URI www.netjournals.org/z_ASTR_15_017.html
http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/123456789/167757


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