Session Index

Photovoltaic Technology

Poster Session IV
Friday, Dec. 8, 2017  14:30-16:00
Presider: -
Room: International Research Building 5F
Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P001
Yean-San Long Energy Rating of Various PV Technologies under Different Indoor Lighting Conditions
Yean-San Long;En-Yun Wang;Teng-Chun Wu

In this study, we defined and compare the indoor/outdoor and no hysteresis behavior under indoor lighting simulator with solar simulator show different trends depending on the PV device type, which could highlight the specific type of PV that harvests better under indoor lighting and is preferable to indoor.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P002
Ching-Tang Li A Comparative Study of CIGS thin film Deposited by DCMS, PMS and HPPMS Process Using Quaternary Target for Photovoltaic Devices
Chien-Jen Tang;Ching-Tang Li;Kai-Wei Yang;Chia-Chun Wu;Ying-Xiang Liao;Ju-Liang He

CIGS absorber layers were deposited by DC, Pulsed DC and high power pulsed magnetron sputtering from single quaternary target. The influence of various sputtering process on conversion efficiency of CIGS solar cells were discussed.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P003
Yung Chieh Chern Phase-shifting interferometric microscope with extendable field of view
Yung Chieh Chern;Chao Ting Ma

This research proposes an innovative phase-shifting interference microscope available for profiling micro-structure contours. It is composing of a light source module, phase modulation module, and interferometric module; it achieves the inspections using five-step phase-shifting algorithm; and it possesses the capability to extend its field of measurement.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P004
Lee-May Huang The Analysis of Optical Properties of EVA Encapsulant for Photovoltaic Module Encapsulation
Lee-May Huang;Jian-Sheng Xie Su

DSC thermal analysis simulates the thermal history experienced by EVA during the lamination process. The optical properties of two types of commercial EVA are discussed. The thermal behavior of EVA during lamination process is simulated by DSC analysis.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P005
Guan-You Lin Influences of sintering temperature on low-cost carbon paste based counter electrodes for dye-sensitized solar cells
Guan-You Lin;Forest Shih-Sen Chien

In this paper we have demonstrated the photovoltaic performance of dye-sensitized solar cells with low-cost carbon paste (CP) based counter electrodes. With sintering CP at 300oC, the overall conversion efficiency of cells can reach 4.9%, which is comparable to 5.7% of the cells with counter electrode of platinum.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P006
Meng-Hsuan Lin The Usage of LBIC for Characterization of Solar Cells
Meng-Hsuan Lin;Shang-Ping Ying

A light beam induced current (LBIC) system with high resolution was designed and constructed to characterize the Si solar cells in this study. The infrared (IR) thermography and electroluminescence (EL) measurements were also carried on to verify the use of LBIC measurement for solar cells.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P007
Tzu-Fan Hsu Application of ZnO Nanopowder in Dye-sensitized Solar Cell
Yueh-Chien Lee;Sheng-Yao Hu;Cheng-Han Wu;Tzu-Fan Hsu

ZnO nanopowder produced by the technique of microwave-assisted synthesis deposited on the ITO substrate are utilized to be the electrode for the dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC). Structural, optical, and electrical properties in the ZnO nanopowder-based DSSC will be analyzed and discussed.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P008
Yu-Nan Liu Improvement of the efficiency of solar cell by use of intermittent lighting
Hsiao-Yi Lee;Yu-Nan Liu;Yu-Jen Liu;Yi-Chian Chen;Hsin-Yi Ma

An alterable frequency pulse width modulation driver for white LEDs is presented in this study. The frequency and duty cycle of led driver are adjustable, this function can be used to increase LED efficiency and it makes more energy generated from dye-sensitized solar cell.

Paper No.  2017-FRI-P0904-P009
Cheng-Yi Hsu Optimal Design of High Concentration Reflected Photovoltaic Module
Cheng-Yi Hsu;Yu-Chin Chou;Yuli Lin

In this study, a new design of high concentration reflected photovoltaic (HCRPV) using 3x3 array modules with the light guide tube and III-V solar cells are demonstrated. Results show that the power can be measured to be 2.62W~2.74W, which is about 90% of the power of solar cell (3W) used.