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Tests and theoretical analysis of a pvt hybrid collector operati

Tests and theoretical analysis of a pvt hybrid collector operating under various insolation conditions

Date added: 2017-12-30

Pages: 62-74


Author/Authors

Paulina Sawicka-Chudy, Maciej Sibiński, Marian Cholewa, Maciej Klein, Katarzyna Znajdek, Adam Cenian


Abstract

The main goal of the study was to investigate the relationship between the orientation of the PVT (PhotoVoltaic Thermal) collector and the thermal and electric power generated. Extensive research was performed to find optimal tilt angles for hybrid solar thermal collectors, which combine photovoltaic as well as  thermal collection in a single unit, known as PVT (PhotoVoltaic Thermal) modules for an office building with working hours between 7.00 and 16.00. The comprehensive study included field measurements of the modules in central Poland and tests under AM (air mass) 1.5 conditions in a certified laboratory KEZO (Centre for Energy Conversion and Renewable Resources) Polish Academy of Sciences in Jablonna. Furthermore, a PVT system was investigated using the simulation method based on the dedicated Polysun software. The PV characteristics and efficiency of the PV module and the relation between power or efficiency of the PVT module and incidence angle of solar-irradiance were studied. Optimal work conditions for commercial PVT modules were ascertained. In addition, it was found that the maximum efficiencies of PV module (ηPV), solar thermal-collector (ηc) and PVT hybrid collector (ηPVT) registered under field conditions were higher than the ones measured under laboratory conditions.

https://doi.org/10.32933/ActaInnovations.26.7


Keywords

Conversion of solar energy, Photovoltaics, Silicon solar cells, PVT collector


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