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Reduced-form of the photovoltaic five-parameter model for efficient computation of parameters

This brief note presents a reduced-form of the five-parameter model introduced by Desoto et al. (2006) and subsequently generalized by Tian et al. (2012). The five-parameter model computes five reference parameters utilized to synthesize performance curves in photovoltaic panels from information ava... Full description

Journal Title: Solar energy 2013-11, Vol.97, p.122-127
Main Author: Laudani, Antonino
Other Authors: Mancilla-David, Fernando , Riganti-Fulginei, Francesco , Salvini, Alessandro
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title: Reduced-form of the photovoltaic five-parameter model for efficient computation of parameters
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  • Mancilla-David, Fernando
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  • Applied sciences
  • Direct energy conversion and energy accumulation
  • Electrical engineering. Electrical power engineering
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  • Energy
  • Equipments, installations and applications
  • Exact sciences and technology
  • I–V curves
  • Mathematical models
  • Mathematical PV model
  • Natural energy
  • Photoelectric conversion
  • Photovoltaic cells
  • Photovoltaic conversion
  • PV panel
  • PV system simulation
  • Simulation
  • Solar cells. Photoelectrochemical cells
  • Solar energy
  • Solar energy industry
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description: This brief note presents a reduced-form of the five-parameter model introduced by Desoto et al. (2006) and subsequently generalized by Tian et al. (2012). The five-parameter model computes five reference parameters utilized to synthesize performance curves in photovoltaic panels from information available in datasheets. The improvement resulting from the reduced-form is twofold: (i) the model is reduced from five to two parameters and (ii) as a result of (i) a domain of attraction of the solution space is defined analytically, which guarantees nonlinear solvers will provide the correct, that is, physically feasible, solution for the parameters at first launch.
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