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Transient Analysis during Maximum Power Point Tracking (TrAMPPT) to Assess Dynamic Response of Perovskite Solar Cells

@article{Czudek2019TransientAD,
  title={Transient Analysis during Maximum Power Point Tracking (TrAMPPT) to Assess Dynamic Response of Perovskite Solar Cells},
  author={Aniela Czudek and Katrin Hirselandt and Lukas Kegelmann and Amran Al-Ashouri and Marko Jovst and Weiwei Zuo and Antonio Abate and Lars Korte and Steve Albrecht and Janardan Dagar and Eva L. Unger},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  year={2019}
}
  • Aniela Czudek, Katrin Hirselandt, +8 authors Eva L. Unger
  • Published 2019
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • arXiv: Applied Physics
  • Determination of the device performance parameters of perovskite solar cells is far from trivial as transient effects may cause large discrepancies in current-voltage measurements as a function of scan rate and pre-conditioning. Maximum power point tracking, MPPT, enables to determine the steady-state maximum power conversion efficiency. However, the MPPT does not provide any information on the device performance parameters, which are reliable only if extracted from current-voltage curves… CONTINUE READING

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