Modelling Photovoltaic Panels (Tandem) In Matlab-Simulink
At the stage of development of solar photovoltaic; the direct conversion of energy carried by the solar radiation into electricity, but before consuming, it took to produce using solar panels. Modeling of solar cells is based on their electrical characteristics (relationship voltage / current) under various conditions of radiation and temperature obtained by the equivalent circuit model, we consider associations with cells semiconductors respectful individuals such as: if, AlGaAs, Tandem, we integrate this model with Matlab simulink. The aim of this work is modeled solar panels; Tandem (coupled AlGaAs / Si). This modeling is an essential step to evaluate the characteristics of photovoltaic solar panels.
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