Celdas Solares que Contienen Tintes Sensibilazantes para la Produccion de Energia.

 

Authors
Meza-Benavides, Carlos; Pineda, Leslie; Coto-Cortés, Aníbal; Morales-Hernández, Sergio; Pérez-Rodríguez, Javier; Vega-Castillo, Paola
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Report
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Proyecto de Investigación código: VIE-5402-1360-2301.
This project is about the work done by a group of engineers of the Costa Rica Institute of Technology (ITCR) over a new solar cell type developed by a work group of the Costa Rica University (UCR). The novelty of the cells is the use of sensitizing tints in order to absorb light and take it to a semiconductor material that perform the generation of electric energy from solar energy. The work group of the ITCR implemented the instrumentation and measurement techniques of the current vs. voltage (i – v) of the solar cells with sensitizing tints synthesized by the UCR group. The main result of this work is the i – v curve that characterizes the developed cell.
Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica. Universidad de Costa Rica

Publication Year
2013
Language
Topic
Fuentes de energía
Minerales
Instrumentación
Caracterización
Energía
Fuente
RepositorioTEC
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