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|Title:||Hybrid photoenergy installation development|
|Authors:||Zaitsev, R. V.|
Kirichenko, M. V.
Krypunov, G. S.
Zaitseva, L. V.
|Keywords:||hybrid photoenergy installation; thermal energy; hot water; military consumers; cadmium telluride; solar energy|
|Citation:||Hybrid photoenergy installation development [Electronic resource] / R. V. Zaitsev [et al.] // Aegean international textile and advanced engineering (AITAE-2018) : proc. of the conf., September 5-7, 2018. Ser. : Materials science and engineering : Vol. 459. – Electronic text data. – Lesvos, Greece, 2018. – P. 1-5. – Access mode: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1757-899X/459/1/012013/pdf, free (date of the application 12.04.2021 yr.)|
|Abstract:||The current problem is the autonomous supply thermal energy and hot water for civilian and military consumers. The most commonly used for this purpose are installations based on solar thermal collectors, which at the same time require an external power source up to 100 W for electronic control components and a circulating pump, which does not allow them to be fully considered as autonomous. One of the ways to solve this problem is to combine in one installation solar panels and heat collectors. It has been proposed the constructive technological solution of the hybrid photoenergy system with flexible solar cells based on cadmium telluride, which allows getting the total efficiency of such a system up to 73% for the transformation of solar energy into heat and electric energy.|
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