Single Junction and Dual Junction Thin Film Solar Cells
BindiyaRajpal, Shringar Gupta, ShivaniSaxena, ShaliniJharia, GauravSaxena "Single Junction and Dual Junction Thin Film Solar Cells", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V45(6),246-250 March 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group
This paper presents a Novel approach for the fabrication of thin film Solar Cell (TFSC). This proposed model simplifies the complex fabrication process of thin film solar cell in some easy steps which is more clearly visualizing method. The work is carried out in two stages which demonstrate the fabrication flow of single junction and Dual junction. A review is also done to show different generation of solar cells, Choice of material of TFSC and basic performance parameters of solar cell. On this basis, a comparison is also done in Single junction with Dual junction Solar cell. The modeling of TFSC is done through SilvacoDev-edit tool in which different layered structure, their dimensions and materials respectively, are taken from related research work.
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