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239 Newest Publications in applied solar energyrss
10-09-2012 | M. M. Mukhammadiev, E. K. Mamadiyarov, B. U. Urishev, S. M. Mukhammadiev, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
The problems concerning the combined use of micro power facilities with and without hydroelectric storage are discussed. The data that illustrate the cost-effectiveness of their operation depending on the load chart of the users are presented.
10-09-2012 | A. S. Saidov, A. Yu. Leiderman, Kh. M. Suleimanov, R. A. Ayukhanov, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
The results obtained in studying the temperature-induced properties of silicon produced by the three-, five-, and eightfold melting of industrial silicon KR3 in a solar furnace in air are presented. It is shown that structures with simple ohmic contacts produced from this type of material at ...
10-09-2012 | D. S. Strebkov, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
The paper suggests an energy model for the future world based on solar power engineering and new Russian energy technologies. Chlorine-free solar silicon technologies, stationary concentrators, solar modules with service lives doubled up to 40 years, matrix solar elements with an efficiency ...
10-09-2012 | A. V. Karimov, D. M. Edgorova, A. Z. Rakhmatov, O. A. Abdulkhaev, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
This paper describes a technique for producing mechanically strong and high-temperature ohmic multilayer metal contacts to silicon photoconverters.
10-09-2012 | M. S. Seveda, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
A solar tunnel dyer was constructed and evaluated the performance for drying aonla pulp. The dryer consists of a transparent UV stabilized plastic covered solar collector cum drying unit. Evaluation parameters are air temperature, solar insolation, moisture content, relative humidity and ...
10-09-2012 | R. R. Avezov, N. R. Avezova, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
The technique for calculating the impact of the attenuation coefficient of the passing total solar radiation of the translucent cover material and the intensity of the total (direct and diffuse) solar radiation incident on their frontal surface on their thermal losses is proposed. The ...
10-09-2012 | Aqeel M. Ali, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
The electronic-structure and optical properties of neon-doped rutile TiO2 have been investigated using density functional theory with Slater type orbitals basis set and correlation. This was done using the PBE method as implemented within the Hyper Chem 7.52 software package with Ne ...
10-09-2012 | B. M. Abdurakhmanov, M. M. Adilov, M. Kh. Ashurov, Kh. B. Ashurov, S. E. Maksimov, B. L. Oksengendler, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
The work presents a model of equivalent medium that allows one to estimate the thermoelectric characteristics of nonuniform semiconductor materials. The model describes experimental results obtained on microgranular silicon and defines ways of achieving high values of thermoelectric Q factor ...
10-09-2012 | F. Benchabane, A. Titaouine, O. Bennis, A. Guettaf, K. Yahia, D. Taibi, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
This paper presents an analysis by which the dynamic performances of a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) motor is controlled through a hysteresis current loop and an outer speed loop with different controllers. The dynamics of the wind turbine pumping drive system with (PI) and a ...
10-09-2012 | A. A. Abdurakhmanov, Kh. K. Zainutdinova, M. A. Mamatkosimov, M. S. Paizullakhanov, G. Saragoza, Applied Solar Energy, 2012
The results of work on the development, creation, and operation of multipurpose mirror concentrating systems are given, in particular the large solar furnace, which has a capacity of 1 MW (Parkent, Uzbekistan). The issues of the development of the solar technologies in Uzbekistan are reviewed ...