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Modélisation aux éléments finis du refroidissement d'un module photovoltaïque intégré au bâtiment à l'aide de matériau à changement de phase

Abstract : The photoelectric efficiency of silicon-based photovoltaic cells increases as the temperature decreases. The objective is to capture the heat of the photovoltaic panel during the phase change of a material placed at the back of the panel. The finite element method was used to model the thermal behavior of the photovoltaic panel and the PCM. The numerical results were compared with experimental results. A dimensioning could be proposed for a module exposed to the climate of the North East of France. The proposed LHTES consists of 6 cm paraffin and 8 mm spaced aluminum fins. It allows an increase in the photoelectric yield of 3 % and a decrease in the mean temperature of the photovoltaic cells operating at 7,31°C.
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Pierre Dupuis. Modélisation aux éléments finis du refroidissement d'un module photovoltaïque intégré au bâtiment à l'aide de matériau à changement de phase. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02497463⟩

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