A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method

Yıl: 2020 Cilt: 4 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 142 - 151 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.26701/ems.763303

A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method

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The performance of panels for PV system design is determined according to the performance values in standardtest conditions specified in the panel catalog, without knowing the performance under actual operatingconditions. However, the operating performance of the PV panel depends on meteorological characteristics ofplace where the PV system is installed. Especially, if outside temperature values are above test conditions, theefficiency of the PV panel decreases and generation losses are observed. In this study, performance parametersof photovoltaic panel were calculated for four different PV panel technologies only by using their cataloguevalues like NOCT temperature (the cell temperature under conditions as solar radiation 800 W/m2, surfacetemperature 20°C, wind speed 1 m/s and air mass 1.5), power-temperature coefficient etc. For this purpose, realworking conditions were simulated using 3-year climate data for the meteorological conditions of Şanlıurfa,Turkey. In the end, PV panel efficiency, electricity generation values and performance ratios were calculatedin accordance with the temperature. According to the results obtained, the PV panels’ performance ratiosdecreased up to 0.75 during the summer months. The highest unit energy generation was achieved with thinfilm PV technology.
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APA YILDIRIM E, IŞIKER Y, AKTACİR M (2020). A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method. European Mechanical Science, 4(4), 142 - 151. 10.26701/ems.763303
Chicago YILDIRIM Erdal,IŞIKER Yusuf,AKTACİR MEHMET AZMİ A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method. European Mechanical Science 4, no.4 (2020): 142 - 151. 10.26701/ems.763303
MLA YILDIRIM Erdal,IŞIKER Yusuf,AKTACİR MEHMET AZMİ A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method. European Mechanical Science, vol.4, no.4, 2020, ss.142 - 151. 10.26701/ems.763303
AMA YILDIRIM E,IŞIKER Y,AKTACİR M A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method. European Mechanical Science. 2020; 4(4): 142 - 151. 10.26701/ems.763303
Vancouver YILDIRIM E,IŞIKER Y,AKTACİR M A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method. European Mechanical Science. 2020; 4(4): 142 - 151. 10.26701/ems.763303
IEEE YILDIRIM E,IŞIKER Y,AKTACİR M "A Detailed Analysis of Daily, Seasonal and Yearly Performance Values of Photovoltaic Modules Using by a Simplified Method." European Mechanical Science, 4, ss.142 - 151, 2020. 10.26701/ems.763303