Series resistance temperature sensitivity in degraded mono–crystalline silicon modules

  title={Series resistance temperature sensitivity in degraded mono–crystalline silicon modules},
  author={Michel Piliougine and Giovanni Spagnuolo and M. Sidrach‐de‐Cardona},
  journal={Renewable Energy},
Abstract Manufacturers of photovoltaic cells and modules usually provide temperature coefficients referring to the short–circuit current, the open–circuit voltage and the maximum power. Few studies analyse the variation of the series resistance with respect to the cell or module temperature. In this paper, this dependency is studied by suitably processing a set of current–voltage curves acquired on several modules working under outdoor conditions. The curves are measured at an increasing module… 
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