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Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project.

Solarex Corporation.

Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project.

by Solarex Corporation.

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar collectors.,
  • Silicon.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWihl, Manfred., United States. Dept. of Energy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17649228M

    The low laser fluences below J/cm 2 Fig. 6 shows the evolution of fill factor and efficiency of mc-Si solar cells as a function of the laser ablation fluence. The green zone indicates the. Automated Array Assembly, Phase 2. Quarterly technical progress reort, First Quarter Texas Instruments report No.

      Manfred Wihl, Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project. 3rd Qtly Rep. Solarex Corporation Contract DDE/JPL /3 (). APPENDIX Variation o.f intrinsic cell e~iciency The exponential dependence of the dark I-V characteristic of a solar cell is of the form I = Io exp (qV/nkT) (AI) loses. Silicon solar cells comprising this encapsulation architecture show greater total external quantum efficiencies and enhanced wide-angle light capture and conversion. Phase 2 of the Array.

    Project. novel steam electrolysis processes for solar H2 production Array automated assembly task low cost silicon solar array project, phase 2 laser inspection of mechanical defects of. phase 2 of the automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project r rr. lr (visa-ch) phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project final report (solarex corp., rockville, ad.) p unclas hc a06/mf a01 cscl 10a g3/44 final report r i november c.


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Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project by Solarex Corporation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Array automated assembly task low cost silicon solar array project. Phase 2. Final report. PHASE 2, AUTOMATED ARRAY ASSEMBLY, TASK IV LOW-COST SILICON SOLAR ARRAY PROJECT. QUARTERLY REPORT NO. APRIL Prepared by. LOCKHEED MISSILES & SPACE COMPANY, INC. Lockheed Way Sunnyvale, CA The JPL Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project is sponsored by the U.S.

Depart­ ment of Energy and forms part of the Solar Photovoltaic. Technical Report: Phase 2 of the automated array assembly task of the low-cost silicon solar array project. Final report, 1 April March   Array automated assembly task low cost silicon solar array project, phase 2 Olson, C.

Abstract. Analyses of solar cell and module process steps for throughput rate, cost effectiveness, and reproductibility are reported. In addition to the concentration on cell and module processing sequences, an investigation was made into the capability of Author: C.

Olson. Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project. By R. Petersen. Get PDF (5 MB) Abstract. Studies were conducted on several fundamental aspects of electroless nickel/solder metallization for silicon solar cells.

A process, which precedes the electroless nickel plating with several steps of palladium Author: R. Petersen. Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project Petersen, R. Abstract. Studies were conducted on several fundamental aspects of electroless nickel/solder metallization for silicon solar cells.

A process, which precedes the electroless nickel plating with several steps of palladium plating and heat Author: R.

Petersen. Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project Wihl, M.; Torro, J.; Scheinine, A.; Anderson, J. Abstract. An automated process sequence, to manufacture photovoltaic modules at a capacity of approximately MW per year at a cost of approximately $ per peak watt is described.

Author: M. Wihl, J. Torro, A. Scheinine, J. Anderson. The Array Automated Assembly Task for the Low Cost Solar Array Project, Phase 2 Farukhi. Abstract. During the program a process sequence was proposed and tested for the fabrication of dendritic welb silicon into solar modules.

This sequence was analyzed as to yield and cost and these data suggest that the price goals of are attainable Author: R. Campbell and S. Farukhi. Several microwave systems for use in solar cell fabrication were developed and experimentally tested. The first system used a standing wave rectangular waveguide horn applicator.

Satisfactory results were achieved with this system for impedance matching and wafer surface heating uniformity. The second system utilized a resonant TM sub mode cylindrical cavity but could not be Author: G.

Jones. Work was done to verify the technological readiness of a select process sequence with respect to satisfying the Low Cost Solar Array Project objectives of meeting the designated goals of $ per peak watt in ( dollars).

The sequence examined consisted of: (1) 3 inches diameter as-sawn Czochralski grown silicon, (2) texture etching, (3) ion implanting, (4) laser annealing, (5 Author: M. Lopez. Work on the add-on study of Phase 2 of the Array Automated Assembly Task was conducted during this reporting period.

Three applications of the spray-on technique were investigated. The most effective spray-on boron back surface fields were produced at the drive-in temperature of /sup 0/C for the range of temperatures investigated.

Of the three spray-on aluminum metallization techniques Author: Sang S. Rhee, Kimberly L. Allison, Gregory T. Jones. Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost solar array project.

[Washington]: Dept. of Energy ; [Springfield, Va.]: [For sale by the National Technical Information Service], Automated Array Assembly, Phase 2.

Low-cost Solar Array Project, Task 4 process sequence with respect to satisfying the Low Cost Solar Array Project objectives of meeting the designated goals of $ per peak watt in ( dollars). The sequence examined consisted of: (1) 3 inches diameter as-sawn Czochralski grown silicon, (2.

Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project: sixth quarterly report. Author Petersen, Raymond C. Published Array automated assembly task: low cost silicon solar array project, phase 2, quarterly technical report no.

Author Jones, Gregory T. Phase 2 of the automated array assembly task of the low cost silicon solar array project. [Washington]: Dept. of Energy ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Phase 2, automated array assembly, task IV low-cost silicon solar array project. [Washington]: Dept. of Energy ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Get this from a library. Array automated assembly task, phase 2: low cost silicon solar array project. [Gregory T Jones; Sensor Technology, inc.; United States. Department of Energy.]. Phase 2 of the automated array assembly task of the low-cost silicon solar array project: final report for the period April 1, Ma Author Coleman, M.

Get this from a library. Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost silicon solar array project. [Manfred Wihl; Solarex Corporation.; United States. Department of Energy.]. The Automated Array Assembly Task, Phase 2 of the Low Cost Silicon Solar Array Project is a process development task.

The contract provides for the fabrication of modules from large area tandem junction cells (TJC). During this quarter, effort was focused on the design of a large area, approximately 36 sq cm, TJC and process verification runs.

Progress in the development of solar cells and module process steps for low-cost solar arrays is reported. Specific topics covered include: (1) a system to automatically measure solar cell electrical performance parameters; (2) automation of wafer surface preparation, printing, and plating; (3) laser inspection of mechanical defects of solar cells; and (4) a silicon antireflection coating system.The Automated Array Assembly Task, Phase 2 of the Low Cost Silicon Solar Array (LSSA) Project is a process development task.

This contract includes solar cell module process development activities in the areas of Surface Preparation, Plasma Processing, Diffusion, Cell Processing and Module Fabrication. In addition, a High Efficiency Cell Development Activity is included.Phase 2 of the array automated assembly task for the low cost solar array project.

By J. R Over solar cells were fabricated according to the modified sequence. No sub-process incompatibility was seen. These cells were used to fabricate four demonstration modules. A cost analysis of the modified process sequence resulted in a selling.