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Mass Flow Rates Effect on the Performance of PV/T Bi-Fluid Hybrid Collector (Single and Simultaneous Modes)

Abstract : A hybrid photovoltaic/thermal collector (PV/T) is used to produce simultaneously electrical and thermal energy from absorbed solar irradiation. The research to date has tended to focus on either bi-fluids (water and air) as the working fluid to supply energy needs for different applications. The purpose of this work is to test the performances of PV/T at different operating modes of fluid e.g. the air mode, the water mode, and the simultaneous mode (water& air). Furthermore the effect of mass flow rate as a key parameter for better electrical and thermal performances has been investigated. The PV/T performances were assessed based on a dynamic numerical model. An energy balance equations have been established for each layer, then implemented in MATLAB software. The results show that thermal efficiency in the simultaneous mode (air & water) is better compared to others modes. The thermal efficiencies for independently fluid condition have ranged from approximately 20 to 48%, and increased to a maximum efficiency of near to 68% for the case of the simultaneously fluids. This result indicates that the optimum mass flow rates for air and water are 0.035 kg/s and 0.007 kg/s respectively. Therefore, the theoretical model developed of the independently and simultaneously operational modes is validated, evidencing a good fit between simulation results and the experimental data available in literature experimental. \textcopyright Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2021.
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O. El Manssouri, C. El Fouas, B. Hajji, A. Rabhi, G.M. Tina, et al.. Mass Flow Rates Effect on the Performance of PV/T Bi-Fluid Hybrid Collector (Single and Simultaneous Modes). Lecture notes in Electrical Engineering, 2021, 681, pp.869--878. ⟨10.1007/978-981-15-6259-4_90⟩. ⟨hal-03685095⟩



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