Experimental Analysis of Solar PV Module by Cleaning & Cooling for Optimizing Efficiency
Keywords:Sun, Temperature, Solar Panel, Solar Energy.
Sun-oriented energy is a resource of energy on earth. Sun-based energy can be gotten as warmth to create power or it is additionally conceivable to change over sun-based energy straightforwardly into power. The main objective of this project is to catch maximum solar radiation from the sun and increase the overall efficiency of solar panels. To design a cleaning mechanism that runs across the length of the panel. To avoid dust-associated problems on the solar panels. The temperature in case of water cooling system was lowered down to 410C from the ambient temperature 440C at 14:00 in the morning of 21/09/2020. The power output was 4.789W and in case of set up having dust on the surface of the solar panel the temperature rose to 490C with power reduced to 4.00185W. The temperature in case of water cooling system was lowered down to 400C from the ambient temperature 430C at 14:00 in the morning of 22/09/2020. The power output was 4.89W and in case of set up having dust on the surface of the solar panel the temperature rose to 490C with power reduced to 4.00185W. The outcomes for day 3 of the experimentation were also recorded on 23/09/2020 and the setup with a cooling system produces a maximum power of 5.20 W by lowering the temperature to 370C from the maximum ambient temperature of the day 410C
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