Análisis Comparativo del Rendimiento de los Módulos Fotovoltaicos Monocristalino y Policristalino bajo Condiciones Climáticas de Fusagasugá

Comparative Analysis of the Performance of Monocrys-talline and Polycrystalline PV modules in wheater conditions of Fusagasugá

  • Yimy Edisson García Vera Profesor
  • Lina Fernanda Sanabria Pérez la Universidad de Cundinamarca sede Fusagasugá
  • Luz Angela Cruz Pardo Universidad de Cundinamarca, sede Fusagasugá
  • Carlos Humberto Montufar Benavides Universidad de Cundinamarca

Abstract (es_ES)

Contexto Para satisfacer la demanda de energía mundial, la energía solar fotovoltaica ha emergido como una energía renovable sostenible y amigable con el medio ambiente, usada como alternativa para mitigar el cambio climático causado por uso de energías provenientes de los combustibles fósiles. Por lo tanto, es muy importante estudiar el comportamiento de los módulos fotovoltaicos en condiciones reales de funcionamiento.

Método: Se implementan dos sistemas fotovoltaicos autónomos similares uno con módulo policristalino y otro monocristalino, cada uno con sistema de adquisición de datos de temperatura, humedad, voltaje y corriente, los cuales son adquiridos de forma sincronizada por un periodo de 3 meses, bajo condiciones climáticas locales de Fusagasugá.

Resultados: Los datos de temperatura, humedad, irradiancia, voltaje y corriente se utilizan para obtener curvas que muestran el rendimiento energético de los módulos policristalinos y monocristalinos.

Conclusiones: Los resultados de este estudio pueden ayudar a predecir el comportamiento de salida de un sistema fotovoltaico principalmente cuando las condiciones climáticas como humedad, temperatura y radiación cambian. Se evidencia un mejor desempeño del módulo monocristalino que el policristalino

 

Abstract (en_US)

Context To meet the world's energy demand, photovoltaic solar energy has emerged as a sustainable, environmentally friendly renewable energy, used as an alternative to mitigate climate change caused by the use of energy from fossil fuels. therefore, it is very important to study the behavior of these photovoltaic modules under real operating conditions.

Method: Two stand-alone photovoltaic systems were implemented, one of monocrystalline technology and another polycrystalline, each of data acquisition system of temperature, humidity, voltage and current, which are acquired in a synchronized manner over a period of 3 months, under local weather conditions of Fusagasugá

Results. the temperature, humidity, irradiance, voltage and current data are used to obtain curves showing the energy performance of the polycrystalline and monocrystalline modules.

Conclusions: The results of this study can help predict the output characteristics of photovoltaic system, mainly when the wheatear conditions change such as temperature, humidity and irradiance. A better performance of the monocrystalline module in the polycrystalline is evidenced.

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How to Cite
García Vera, Y., Sanabria Pérez, L., Cruz Pardo, L., & Montufar Benavides, C. (2019). Comparative Analysis of the Performance of Monocrys-talline and Polycrystalline PV modules in wheater conditions of Fusagasugá. Ingeniería, 24(1). https://doi.org/10.14483/23448393.13751
Published: 2019-01-30
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Special Number Renewable Energy Sources, Systems and Integratior