Proceedings of International Conference on Applied Innovation in IT
2023/03/09, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp.291-295

Effect of Temperature on Electrical Parameters of Photovoltaic Module

Boysori Yuldoshov, Elyor Saitov, Jasur Khaliyarov, Sardor Bobomuratov,

Abstract: In this study, the temperatures of the front glass, back sheet, and solar cell (SC) in the rear electrical contact of the PV module during heating, and the open circuit voltage and short circuit current corresponding to these temperatures were experimentally investigated. Measurements were conducted in the city of Termez in conditions of an air temperature of 30ºC and solar radiation intensity of 850-950W/m2. Two mono c-Si PV modules with the same electric power were selected for the experiment. Three K-type chrome and alumn combined thermocouples were used to measure the temperatures in the layers of the first PV module. During the observations, it was found that the temperature of the PV module glass differs from the back sheet temperature by

Keywords: Photovoltaic (PV) Module, Solar Cell, Solar Radiation Intensity, Short Circuit Current, Open Circuit Voltage, Electric Power.

DOI: 10.25673/101957

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