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PV Cell Parameters Modeling and Temperature Effect Analysis

Department of Electronics and Communication, Asharqiyah University, Ibra, Oman

Received: 30 Oct 2020; Revised: 20 Feb 2021; Accepted: 10 Mar 2021; Published: 1 Aug 2021; Available online: 20 Mar 2021.
Editor(s): Wei Haur Lam
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With the wide acceptance of modeling a PV cell by a single diode, a series and parallel resistors; many researchers have discussed different mathematical forms and iterative techniques to extract the values of these model elements depending on the key parameters provided by the manufacturer datasheet. This paper avoids iterative techniques and obtains the values of the five parameters of the one diode model by developing closed form expressions. The maximum error produced by this technique is 10% when compared to the exact values of the one diode model circuit built by Spice. The 10% maximum error has occurred during the estimation of the reverse saturation current (Io) of the diode, nevertheless, it should be mentioned that even for this same parameter the model outperforms many iterative dependent works. Furthermore, this paper discusses the effect of temperature on the operation performance of PV cells. In particular, the temperature effect on the open circuit voltage, the short circuit current, the fill factor, the reverse saturation current, and the conversion efficiency was modeled and evaluated for different brand technologies
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Keywords: PV cells; PV- modules; one diode model; five parameters; open circuit voltage; short circuit; fill factor; reverse saturation current

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