Event Title

Photoelectric effect of solar radiation on small PV systems under the influence of climatic conditions

Session

Energy Efficiency Engineering

Description

The permanent potential of the sun's rays per second is 3.9 x 1026 W of photovoltaic energy, while on the surface of the earth comes energy 1367 W in one m2. The efficiency of sunlight reflection is influenced by aerosol pollutants PM 10 and PM2.5 located on the surface of PV cells in the 5.5 kW system. The peak of power radiation (Wp) are exposed from 1000W / m2 with clean PV cells and good climate conditions are optimal temperature of 25 ° C, sunlight passes through an air mass of 1.5 or 45 ° angle above the Global Horizontal Irradiance (GHI). The optimal angle and efficiency of the collection of sunlight in the small system 5.5 kW in one-year measurements in the case of research work is 33 °. Climatic conditions significantly affect the efficiency of electricity generation and disable generating quality. Impacts of aerosol pollution from CO2 combustion, from the radiation measurements during the period April 2018-2021 on the surface of the solar panels were observed sticking of smog (adhesive form) and pollution of particles which have reduced the conversion of sunlight by 18% from the placement of clean panels. The photoelectric effect is important in the use of SMART technology as the basis of the kinetic theory according to innovative development trends, which in practice helps us in the transmission (collection of sunlight) of natural light based on the positions of solar soloists. The earth revolves around the sun on a slope axis, so the period between March and September is in the northern hemisphere of the earth (peak sunlight is on June 21) which receives more light exposure compared to the southern hemisphere.

Keywords:

solar radiation, orientation angle, pollutant particles, photo effect, solstices.

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.313

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Photoelectric effect of solar radiation on small PV systems under the influence of climatic conditions

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The permanent potential of the sun's rays per second is 3.9 x 1026 W of photovoltaic energy, while on the surface of the earth comes energy 1367 W in one m2. The efficiency of sunlight reflection is influenced by aerosol pollutants PM 10 and PM2.5 located on the surface of PV cells in the 5.5 kW system. The peak of power radiation (Wp) are exposed from 1000W / m2 with clean PV cells and good climate conditions are optimal temperature of 25 ° C, sunlight passes through an air mass of 1.5 or 45 ° angle above the Global Horizontal Irradiance (GHI). The optimal angle and efficiency of the collection of sunlight in the small system 5.5 kW in one-year measurements in the case of research work is 33 °. Climatic conditions significantly affect the efficiency of electricity generation and disable generating quality. Impacts of aerosol pollution from CO2 combustion, from the radiation measurements during the period April 2018-2021 on the surface of the solar panels were observed sticking of smog (adhesive form) and pollution of particles which have reduced the conversion of sunlight by 18% from the placement of clean panels. The photoelectric effect is important in the use of SMART technology as the basis of the kinetic theory according to innovative development trends, which in practice helps us in the transmission (collection of sunlight) of natural light based on the positions of solar soloists. The earth revolves around the sun on a slope axis, so the period between March and September is in the northern hemisphere of the earth (peak sunlight is on June 21) which receives more light exposure compared to the southern hemisphere.