Energy and Exergy Analysis of Solar PV System
Keywords:Solar PV module, Electrical exergy, Thermal exergy, Electrical efficiency , Exergy efficiency
The solar photovoltaic system generates both thermal energy and electrical energy by utilizing solar energy. An experimental attempt has been made in this paper to calculate the energy production as well as the exergy output of a solar PV panel mounted at Guntur. Energy and exergy were analyzed using the first and second laws of thermodynamics to calculate energy and exergy. This process's structure includes ambient temperature, total heat flow, open-circuit voltage, short-circuit current, fill factor, solar radiations, and so on. It is expected that the temperature of the PV solar module would have the greatest impact on the efficiencies. Heat may be eliminated with the aid of water or air to increase both energy and exergy efficiencies.
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