3D study of a Polycrystalline Bifacial Silicon Solar Cell, Illuminated Simultaneously by Both Sides: Grain Size and Recombination Velocity Influence
In this work, for simultaneous illumination of both sides of the polycrystalline bifacial silicon solar cell, we study the influence of grain size and recombination velocity at grain boundaries, on the macroscopic and microscopic parameters. The study allows us understandind why the carrier density, current density and photovoltage have lower values than those collected on the monocrystalline Si when the solar cell is illuminated simultaneously by both sides. It highlighted the electrical parameters degradation of the solar cell as photocurrent, short-circuit current, photovoltage and open circuit voltage, when grain size decreases or when recombinations at grain boundaries are high.
Auteur(s) : Omar MBAOP1P, Moustapha THIAMEP1P, Ibrahima LyP2P, Ibrahima DATTAP1P, Marcel .S. DOUFP1P, Youssou TRAOREP1P, Mor NDIAYEP1P And Grégoire SISSOKOP1
Année de publication : 2016
Revue : IJISET - International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering & Technology, Vol. 3 Issue 12, December 2016 ISSN (Online) 2348 – 7968 | Impact Factor (2015) - 4.332 www
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : NDIAYE Mor