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Influence of metal-covered area on performance of solar cells

Influence of metal-covered area on performance of solar cells

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Analytical expressions are proposed showing that the efficiency and fill factor of solar cells depend on the three normalised parameters rm, rL and g. These expressions are obtained with a new theoretical model, representing the metal-covered area of the solar cell.

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