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Nanophysics of solar and renewable energy / Edward L. Wolf

10.3 Thin-Film Cells, Nanoinks for Printing Solar Cells -- 10.4 Large-Scale Scenario Based on Thin-Film CdTe or CIGS Cells -- 10.4.1 Solar Influx, Cell Efficiency, and Size of Solar Field Required to Meet Demand -- 10.4.2 Economics of ''Printing Press'' CIGS or CdTe Cell Production to Satisfy U.S. E... Full description

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 1679600559
Personen: Wolf, E. L.
Format: eBook eBook
Language: English
Text in English
Published: Chichester, John Wiley [distributor], 2012
Weinheim, Wiley-VCH, 2012
Series: Physics textbook
Subjects:

Photovoltaic power generation

Energy conversion

Nanoscience

TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING ; Electrical

Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description: 1 Online-Ressource (1 online resource)
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520 |a 10.3 Thin-Film Cells, Nanoinks for Printing Solar Cells -- 10.4 Large-Scale Scenario Based on Thin-Film CdTe or CIGS Cells -- 10.4.1 Solar Influx, Cell Efficiency, and Size of Solar Field Required to Meet Demand -- 10.4.2 Economics of ''Printing Press'' CIGS or CdTe Cell Production to Satisfy U.S. Electric Demand -- 10.4.3 Projected Total Capital Need, Conditions for Pro.table Private Investment -- 10.5 Comparison of Solar Power versus Wind Power -- 10.6 The Importance of Storage and Grid Management to Large-Scale Utilization -- 10.6.1 Batteries: from Lead-Acid to Lithium to Sodium Sulfur -- 10.6.2 Basics of Lithium Batteries -- 10.6.3 NiMH -- 11 Prospects for Solar and Renewable Power -- 11.1 Rapid Growth in Solar and Wind Power -- 11.2 Renewable Energy Beyond Solar and Wind -- 11.3 The Legacy World, Developing Countries, and the Third World -- 11.4 Can Energy Supply Meet Demand in the Longer Future? -- 11.4.1 The ''Oil Bubble'' -- 11.4.2 The ''Energy Miracle'' -- Appendix A: Exercises -- Exercises to Chapter 1 -- Exercises to Chapter 2 -- Exercises to Chapter 3 -- Exercises to Chapter 4 -- Exercises to Chapter 5 -- Exercises to Chapter 6 -- Exercises to Chapter 7 -- Exercises to Chapter 8 -- Exercises to Chapter 9 -- Exercises to Chapter 10 -- Exercises to Chapter 11 -- Glossary of Abbreviations -- References -- Index. 
520 |a 3.7 The PN Junction, Diode I-V Characteristic, Photovoltaic Cell -- 3.8 Metals and Plasmas -- 4 Terrestrial Approaches to Fusion Energy -- 4.1 Deuterium Fusion Demonstration Based on Field Ionization -- 4.1.1 Electric Field Ionization of Deuterium (Hydrogen) -- 4.2 Deuterium Fusion Demonstration Based on Muonic Hydrogen -- 4.2.1 Catalysis of DD Fusion by Mu Mesons -- 4.3 Deuterium Fusion Demonstration in Larger Scale Plasma Reactors -- 4.3.1 Electrical Heating of the Plasma -- 4.3.2 Scaling the Fusion Power Density from that in the Sun -- 4.3.3 Adapt DD Plasma Analysis to DT Plasma as in ITER -- 4.3.4 Summary, a Correction, and Further Comments -- 5 Introduction to Solar Energy Conversion -- 5.1 Sun as an Energy Source, Spectrum on Earth -- 5.2 Heat Engines and Thermodynamics, Carnot Ef.ciency -- 5.3 Solar Thermal Electric Power -- 5.4 Generations of Photovoltaic Solar Cells -- 5.5 Utilizing Solar Power with Photovoltaics: the Rooftops of New York versus Space Satellites -- 5.6 The Possibility of Space-Based Solar Power -- 6 Solar Cells Based on Single PN Junctions -- 6.1 Single-Junction Cells -- 6.1.1 Silicon Crystalline Cells -- 6.1.2 GaAs Epitaxially Grown Solar Cells -- 6.1.3 Single-Junction Limiting Conversion Ef.ciency -- 6.2 Thin-Film Solar Cells versus Crystalline Cells -- 6.3 CIGS (CuIn1-xGaxSe2) Thin-Film Solar Cells -- 6.3.1 Printing Cells onto Large-Area Flexible Substrates -- 6.4 CdTe Thin-Film Cells -- 6.5 Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells -- 6.5.1 Principle of Dye Sensitization to Extend Spectral Range to the Red -- 6.5.2 Questions of Ef.ciency -- 6.6 Polymer Organic Solar Cells -- 6.6.1 A Basic Semiconducting Polymer Solar Cell -- 7 Multijunction and Energy Concentrating Solar Cells -- 7.1 Tandem Cells, Premium and Low Cost -- 7.1.1 GaAs-based Tandem Single-Crystal Cells, a Near Text-Book Example. 
520 |a 7.1.2 A Smaller Scale Concentrator Technology Built on Multijunction Cells -- 7.1.3 Low-Cost Tandem Technology: Advanced Tandem Semiconducting Polymer Cells -- 7.1.3.1 Band-Edge Energies in the Multilayer Tandem Semiconductor Polymer Structure -- 7.1.3.2 Performance of the Advanced Polymer Tandem Cell -- 7.1.4 Low-Cost Tandem Technology: Amorphous Silicon:H-Based Solar Cells -- 7.2 Organic Molecules as Solar Concentrators -- 7.3 Spectral Splitting Cells -- 7.4 Summary and Comments on Efficiency -- 7.5 A Niche Application of Concentrating Cells on Pontoons -- 8 Third-Generation Concepts, Survey of Efficiency -- 8.1 Intermediate Band Cells -- 8.2 Impact Ionization and Carrier Multiplication -- 8.2.1 Electrons and Holes in a 3D ''Quantum Dot'' -- 8.3 Ferromagnetic Materials for Solar Conversion -- 8.4 Efficiencies: Three Generations of Cells -- 9 Cells for Hydrogen Generation -- Aspects of Hydrogen Storage -- 9.1 Intermittency of Renewable Energy -- 9.2 Electrolysis of Water -- 9.3 Efficient Photocatalytic Dissociation of Water into Hydrogen and Oxygen -- 9.3.1 Tandem Cell as Water Splitter -- 9.3.2 Possibility of a Mass Production Tandem Cell Water-Splitting Device -- 9.3.3 Possibilities for Dual-Purpose Thin-Film Tandem Cell Devices -- 9.4 The ''Arti.cial Leaf'' of Nocera -- 9.5 Hydrogen Fuel Cell Status -- 9.6 Storage and Transport of Hydrogen as a Potential Fuel -- 9.7 Surface Adsorption for Storing Hydrogen in High Density -- 9.7.1 Titanium-Decorated Carbon Nanotube Cloth -- 9.8 Economics of Hydrogen -- 9.8.1 Further Aspects of Storage and Transport of Hydrogen -- 9.8.2 Hydrogen as Potential Intermediate in U.S. Electricity Distribution -- 10 Large-Scale Fabrication, Learning Curves, and Economics Including Storage -- 10.1 Fabrication Methods Vary but Exhibit Similar Learning Curves -- 10.2 Learning Strategies for Module Cost. 
520 |a Nanophysics of Solar and Renewable Energy -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 A Survey of Long-Term Energy Resources -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.1.1 Direct Solar Influx -- 1.1.1.1 Properties of the Sun -- 1.1.1.2 An Introduction to Fusion Reactions on the Sun -- 1.1.1.3 Distribution of Solar Influx for Conversion -- 1.1.2 Secondary Solar-Driven Sources -- 1.1.2.1 Flow Energy -- 1.1.2.2 Hydroelectric Power -- 1.1.2.3 Ocean Waves -- 1.1.3 Earth-Based Long-Term Energy Resources -- 1.1.3.1 Lunar Ocean Tidal Motion -- 1.1.3.2 Geothermal Energy -- 1.1.3.3 The Earth.s Deuterium and its Potential -- 1.1.4 Plan of This Book -- 2 Physics of Nuclear Fusion: the Source of all Solar-Related Energy -- 2.1 Introduction: Protons in the Sun.s Core -- 2.2 Schrodinger.s Equation for the Motion of Particles -- 2.2.1 Time-Dependent Equation -- 2.2.2 Time-Independent Equation -- 2.2.3 Bound States Inside a One-Dimensional Potential Well, E> 0 -- 2.3 Protons and Neutrons and Their Binding -- 2.4 Gamow.s Tunneling Model Applied to Fusion in the Sun.s Core -- 2.5 A Survey of Nuclear Properties -- 3 Atoms, Molecules, and Semiconductor Devices -- 3.1 Bohr.s Model of the Hydrogen Atom -- 3.2 Charge Motion in Periodic Potential -- 3.3 Energy Bands and Gaps -- 3.3.1 Properties of a Metal: Electrons in an Empty Box (I) -- 3.4 Atoms, Molecules, and the Covalent Bond -- 3.4.1 Properties of a Metal: Electrons in an Empty Box (II) -- 3.4.2 Hydrogen Molecule Ion H2+ -- 3.5 Tetrahedral Bonding in Silicon and Related Semiconductors -- 3.5.1 Connection with Directed or Covalent Bonds -- 3.5.2 Bond Angle -- 3.6 Donor and Acceptor Impurities -- Charge Concentrations -- 3.6.1 Hydrogenic Donors and Excitons in Semiconductors, Direct and Indirect Bandgaps -- 3.6.2 Carrier Concentrations in Semiconductors -- 3.6.3 The Degenerate Metallic Semiconductor. 
520 |a This easy accessible textbook provides an overview of solar to electric energy conversion, followed by a detailed look at one aspect, namely photovoltaics, including the underlying principles and fabrication methods. The author, an experienced author and teacher, reviews such green technologies as solar-heated-steam power, hydrogen, and thermoelectric generation, as well as nuclear fusion. Throughout the book, carefully chosen, up-to-date examples are used to illustrate important concepts and research tools. The opening chapters give a broad and exhaustive survey of long term energy resources, reviewing current and potential types of solar driven energy sources. The core part of the text on solar energy conversion discusses different concepts for generating electric power, followed by a profound presentation of the underlying semiconductor physics and rounded off by a look at efficiency and third-generation concepts. The concluding section offers a rough analysis of the economics relevant to the large-scale adoption of photovoltaic conversion with a discussion of such issues as durability, manufacturability and cost, as well as the importance of storage. The book is self-contained so as to be suitable for students with introductory calculus-based courses in physics, chemistry, or engineering. It introduces concepts in quantum mechanics, atomic and molecular physics, plus the solid state and semiconductor junction physics needed to attain a quantitative understanding of the current status of this field. With its comments on economic aspects, it is also a useful tool for those readers interested in a career in alternative energy-- 
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