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Photovoltaic/thermal system performance utilizing thin film and nanoparticle dispersion based optical filters
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10.1063/1.4811095
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Energy balance diagram and modeling schematic.

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FIG. 2.

Change in overall efficiency (ideal (actual filter)), filter A (solid line), filter B (dashed line). Concentrations of 1, 50, 200 (triangles, circles, and squares, respectively). All graphs have heat transfer coefficient from cell of 1000 W/m K.

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FIG. 3.

Thermal and PV efficiency at concentration ratio of 200 for the ideal filter, filter b, and filter D are represented by the solid line, dashed line with square marker, and dashed line with diamond marker curves, respectively. All graphs have heat transfer coefficient from cell of 1000 W/m K.

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FIG. 4.

Change in overall efficiency (ideal (actual filter)), filter C (dashed lines), filter D (solid lines). Concentrations of 1, 50, 200 (triangles, circles, and squares, respectively). All graphs have heat transfer coefficient from cell of 1000 W/m K.

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FIG. 5.

Change in overall efficiency due to heat transfer coefficient at cell for non-ideal filter (filter A). Difference in 1000 W/m K and 100 W/m K (solid lines). Difference in 1000 W/m K and 10 W/m K (dashed lines). Concentrations of 1, 50, 200 (triangles, circles, and squares, respectively).

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FIG. 6.

Change in overall efficiency due to heat transfer coefficient at cell for non-ideal filter (filter C). Difference in 1000 W/m K and 100 W/m K (solid lines). Difference in 1000 W/m K and 10 W/m K (dashed lines). Concentrations of 1, 50, 200 (triangles, circles, and squares, respectively).

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FIG. 7.

Thermal and PV efficiency at concentration ratio of 200 for filters A and C (square and diamond markers, respectively); solid lines correspond to a heat transfer coefficient from cell of 1000 W/m K while dashed lines represent 10 W/m K.

Tables

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Table I.

Energy balance equations necessary for PV/T hybrid system modeled.

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Table II.

Components of hybrid system efficiency for nanoparticle dispersion based, conventional, and ideal filters for different PV cell materials.

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Table III.

Impact of filter design to energy transmitted to the PV cell (all units W/m).

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Scitation: Photovoltaic/thermal system performance utilizing thin film and nanoparticle dispersion based optical filters
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jrse/5/3/10.1063/1.4811095
10.1063/1.4811095
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