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Title: Analysis of Nano Composite Coated PV_System with Priority Energy Management System
Researcher: KALAHASTHI RAKESH TEJ KUMAR
Guide(s): M RAMA KRISHNA, G DURGA SUKUMAR
Keywords: Engineering and Technology
Engineering
Engineering Mechanical
University: Vignans Foundation for Science Technology and Research
Completed Date: 2020
Abstract: A detailed investigation was carried out on several chemicals and nanocomposite newlinematters for applying anti reflection coatings on Photovoltaic (PV) Panels newlinewith the aim to improve the efficiency of solar cells by increased Voltage generation, newlinemore Current and more Power at Maximum Power point (MPP). Improvements in newlineefficiency of PV cells would ensure proficient conversion of solar energy into newlineElectrical Energy that consequently improves power generation as well as the costeffectiveness newlineof power generation from solar sources. In order to enhance the newlineefficiency with the approach of coating, the nano-composite materials mixed with newlinesome efficient chemical compositions show promising improvement not only in newlinesurface passivity, but also improvement in antireflection and desired energy band gap of the chemicals. Following a thorough investigation, it has been recognised that the Multi-walled carbon nano-tube-Titanium dioxide-Silicon dioxide (MWCNT-TiO2- newlineSiO2) composite shows good performance in increasing the Voltage maximum power newlinepoint (VMPP), Current Maximum Power Point (IMPP) and Power Maximum Power newlinePoint (PMPP) in comparison to the uncoated solar cells. Experimental findings are newlineanalysed in a thorough manner together with the results from scanning electron newlinemicroscopy (SEM) and in the end the composite material coated Poly-Si solar cell was newlinecharacterised. When you observe the overall results, the surface coating technique gives an enormous increase in the conversion efficiency of the PV cells by 36.45% in comparison to the cells that are uncoated.
Pagination: 203
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/299378
Appears in Departments:Department of Mechanical Engineering

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