Exergetic analysis of building integrated semitransparent photovoltaic module in clear sky condition at Bhopal India

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In this research paper the energy, exergy and power generation of building integrated semitransparent photovoltaic (BISPV) modules for roof and facade has been evaluated. Solar radiation intensity on BISPV modules surfaces is an essential parameter for assessing energy and exergy. The experimental setup consists of two BISPV modules, each of 75W rating, which has been conducted on a clear sky day at roof and façade of Energy Centre building, MANIT Bhopal, India. It is observed that the energy efficiency varies between 11-18% at roof and 13-18% at facade throughout the day. The maximum value of electrical efficiency of BISPV module is 85% at roof and 72% at façade.

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Shukla, A. K., Sudhakar, K., & Baredar, P. (2016). Exergetic analysis of building integrated semitransparent photovoltaic module in clear sky condition at Bhopal India. Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, 8, 142–151. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.csite.2016.06.009

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