Tags: Photovoltaic

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  1. Bulk Heterojunction Device Model Simulator Package

    20 May 2013 | Contributor(s):: Adrien Pierre, Shaofeng Lu, Ian Howard, Antonio Facchetti, Ana Claudia Arias

    This is a simulation package for bulk heterojunction organic photovoltaics from J. Appl. Phys. 113, 154506 (2013). The carrier concentration boundary conditions, mobility, exciton quenching efficiency, optical constants, dielectric constants and recombination rates can be entered into the...

  2. LCOE Calculator

    16 Jun 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Gregory T. Forcherio

    Calculate the Levelized Cost of Energy for a facility or system over its lifetime.

  3. NEGF theory of quantum photovoltaic devices

    21 Sep 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Urs Aeberhard

    Many high-efficiency photovoltaics concepts require an advanced control and manipulation of the optoelectronic properties of the active device structure, leading to a prominent role of low dimensional absorbers such as quantum wells, wires and dots in the implementation of these concepts....

  4. PVpanel Sim

    09 Oct 2011 | | Contributor(s):: Mario Renteria, Elliott Ivan Gurrola, Birkir Snær Sigfússon, Suhas Venkat Baddela, Sourabh Dongaonkar, Xingshu Sun, Muhammad Alam

    Two dimensional spice simulation of thin film solar panels, including shunt induced variability, and partial shadow effects.

  5. Sentaurus Resources for Frozen Potential Analysis of Solar Cells

    26 Sep 2014 | | Contributor(s):: Jim Moore

    Two Sentaurus simulation examples demonstrating injection and photocurrent separation using frozen potentials. Includes an example for a simple p-i-n cell and a CIGS/CdS heterojunction cell, as well as Matlab scripts for plotting the results. Documentation is included in the form of the...

  6. SOLAR CELLS: From Basics to Advanced Systems

    15 Feb 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Chenming Calvin Hu, Richard M. White

    This book is intended both as a self-learning resource or professional reference and as a text for use in an undergraduate or first-year graduate course. A key feature of the book is modular organization. The twelve chapters, each containing problems and a reference list, may be read in almost...