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Title: Sensitivity analysis of parameters of a photovoltaic cell under different condition
Authors: Rashel, Masud
Albino, André
Gonçalves, Teresa
Tlemçani, Mouhaydine
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: IEEE Xplore
Citation: Masud Rana Rashel, André Albino, Teresa Gonçalves, and Mouhaydine Tlemçani. Sensitivity analysis of parameters of a photovoltaic cell under different condition. In SKIMA’2016 – 10th International Conference on Software, Knowledge, Information Management and Applications, Chengdu, CN, December 2016. IEEE Xplore.
Abstract: A photovoltaic cell is a component which converts light energy into electrical energy. Different environmental parameters and internal parameters have a great impact on the output of the photovoltaic cell. To identify its characteristics and estimate the output, the well known Shockley diode equation is used. This equation contains all the parameters, as one environmental and different internal. The properties of these parameters were studied and their sensitivity have been analyzed through the use of an error function; this error function allows the study of the behaviour of the parameters and their characteristics against the output of the photovoltaic cell through the analysis of its curves giving the sensitivity of the different parameters to the output of the photovoltaic cell. Using these results the impact of the parameters of the photovoltaic cell has been clearly identified. White noise is included both with the ideal values and the simulation and the ideal value is imposed to get the real time environment flavor. This work analyses both systems with and without white noise.
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