Vertical bifacial solar farms: Physics, design, and global optimization

@article{Khan2017VerticalBS,
  title={Vertical bifacial solar farms: Physics, design, and global optimization},
  author={M. Ryyan Khan and Amir N. Hanna and Xingshu Sun and Muhammad Ashraful Alam},
  journal={Applied Energy},
  year={2017},
  volume={206},
  pages={240-248}
}

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