Solar Panel Processing discusses solar cell technology including theory of operation, efficiency, materials, research on silicon processing, thin-film processing, polymer processing, nanoparticle processing, and transparent conductors. The hand book presents detailed descriptions of thin film processing of amorphous silicon, CdTe, CIGS, and GaAs panels. The handbook details Key Growth Drivers us solar panel usage, Challenges Facing The Solar Power Industry , Cost Of A Photovoltaic System, and Operating Metrics 0f A Photovoltaic Systems Increasing focus on the demand for energy led to conduct this study, which determines the current status of thin films used in various kinds of energy. Our goal was to assess the value of thin films used in the fabrication of six energy technologies for 2007, project 2008 demand, and then forecast thin film demand growth to 2013. This study focuses on the merits of thin films and main key objective was to present a comprehensive analysis of the current market for thin films and its future direction. Global demand for traditional fossil fuels has risen at an unprecedented rate over the lest several years. The economics of supply and demand have driven prices of oil, gas, and coal to record levels. In addition, fossil fuels are considered a source of pollution that aids climate change. Nations have responded by instituting reductions in activities that require the use of fossil fuels and by searching for alternative energy methods. This handbook examines traditional crystalline and thin film photovoltaic fabrication and operation. Thin films are often applied to reduce the cost of product fabrication, improve performance, and provide more flexibility in product design. In addition, they are environmentally benign. The Solar Panel Processing Handbook study of thin films in energy presents current and emerging technologies for various types of solar cells, detaisl the industry structure of each segment, discusses the competitive environment of each type of energy, and reviews current and future applications for thin films. Handbook study will be of interest to those who make solar cells, semiconductors and their manufacturing equipment, thin films, materials, chemicals and gases.CHARGE CARRIER SEPARATION There are two main modes for charge carrier separation in a solar cell: 1. drift of carriers, driven by an electrostatic field established across the device 2. diffusion of carriers from zones of high carrier ... This region where electrons have diffused across the junction is called the depletion region because it no longer contains any mobile charge carriers. ... Also shown on the bottom, is the schematic representation of a solar cell for use in circuit diagrams.
|Title||:||Solar Panel Processing|
|Author||:||Robert N.. Castellano|
|Publisher||:||Archives contemporaines - 2010-01-01|