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Title: Experimental study of a thermosiphonic hybrid PV/T solar system
Authors: Souliotis, Manolis 
Tripanagnostopoulos, Yiannis 
Florides, Georgios A. 
Ekhrawat, Monir 
Tsipas, Dimitris 
Kalogirou, Soteris A. 
Souliotis, Manolis 
Tripanagnostopoulos, Yiannis 
Florides, Georgios A. 
Ekhrawat, Monir 
Tsipas, Dimitris 
Keywords: Photovoltaics
Thermosiphonic Solar Collectors
Hybrid PV/T
Issue Date: 2008
Source: Proceedings of SOLPOL 2008, Warsaw, Poland.
Abstract: Flat Plate Thermosiphonic Units (FPTU) and Photovoltaic devices are well known solar systems that provide heat and electricity, respectively. The hybrid Photovoltaic/Thermal (PV/T) solar systems can simultaneously provide electricity and heat, achieving a higher conversion rate of the absorbed solar radiation than standard PV modules. When properly designed PV/T systems can extract heat from PV modules, heating water or air, aiming to reduce the operating temperature of PV modules and to keep the electrical efficiency at a sufficient level. In this paper we present design considerations and experimental results of a thermosiphonic hybrid PV/T solar system that is investigated at the University of Patras. The system is analyzed with respect to the design and the electrical and thermal energy output for a pc-Si PV module type under the climatic conditions of Patras.
Description: This paper is published in the Experimental Study of a Thermosiphonic Hybrid PV/T Solar System, Proceedings of SOLPOL 2008, Warsaw, Poland.
URI: http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/827
Rights: 2008 © Eurosun
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