Solar hybrid collectors analysis - Experimental and numerical study
Keywords:Solar hybrid panels, experimental measurements, numerical simulations
The resource economy is currently a global priority and the preservation of the planet and its resources are becoming the main international objectives. In this regard, EU states must establish clear lines and long-term strategies. Also, the goal of developed countries must involve reducing emissions by 80-95% by 2050. The global economic context leads to an intense concern in the field of unconventional sources, with solar energy occupying an important place. Solar energy can be collected and transformed either into electricity using photovoltaic or thermal technologies, through the use of different types of solar thermal panels or through the use of hybrid panels (PV/T) Hybrid solar photovoltaic - thermal collectors, often known as PV/T are systems that simultaneously convert solar radiation into electricity and heat - operating in cogeneration. The paper includes experimental measurements and numerical analysis of a hybrid solar panel. A decrease in the surface of the panel was observed, thus an increase in electricity production by up to 6%. The original part is the experimental protocol used and the comparison of two solutions of energy production under the same conditions. The numerical campaign accompanies the experimental study and provide interesting data.
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