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Thermophotovoltaics bibliography

Lars Broman

Thermophotovoltaics bibliography

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Published by National Renewable Energy Laboratory, National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce [distributor] in Golden, CO, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photovoltaic power generation -- Bibliography.,
  • Solar energy -- Bibliography.,
  • Thermoelectric apparatus and appliances -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementL. Broman.
    SeriesNREL/TP ;, 412-6845
    ContributionsNational Renewable Energy Laboratory (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5834.D55 B76 1994, TK1056 B76 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. ;
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL898076M
    LC Control Number95189755

    A consequence is increased interest in non-fossil fuel energy resources and the efficient use of fossil fuels. Thermophotovoltaics (TPV) converts heat directly into electricity and has been examined in all major energy sectors for both non-fossil fuel energy resources (e.g. radioactive, solar heat and biomass) and the efficient use of fossil fuel. Each topic is completed by examples taken from fore front research on nano-materials, photovoltaics and photonics. Chapters include discussion, examples, topical boxes, tables and figures. A bibliography for further reading and major references will be included. Appendixes include theoretical derivation and numerical code. (source: Nielsen Book. Energy-Efficient Technologies for the Dismounted Soldier. Committee on Electric Power for the Dismounted Soldier. Board on Army Science and Technology. Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems. National Research Council.


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This is a text book presenting the fundamentals of thermophotovoltaic(TPV) energy conversion suitable for an upper undergraduate or first year graduate course. In addition it can serve as a reference or design aid for engineers developing TPV : $   Solar Thermophotovoltaics - Technology bibliographies - in Harvard style.

Change style These are the sources and citations used to research Solar Thermophotovoltaics. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me E-book or PDF Edited book. This book aims at serving as an introduction to the underlying theory, overview of present day components and system arrangements, and update of the latest developments in the field.

The emphasis is placed on the understanding of the critical aspects of efficient thermophotovoltaic system design. The aim is to assist researchers in the field. Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) energy conversion is a direct conversion process from heat to electricity via photons.A basic thermophotovoltaic system consists of a thermal emitter and a photovoltaic diode cell.

The temperature of the thermal emitter varies between different systems from about °C to about °C, although in principle TPV devices can extract energy from any emitter with.

Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) energy conversion has long been considered a potential replacement for thermoelectrics in radioisotope powered deep space power systems. In this application, TPV offers significant potential improvements in both efficiency and mass specific power (W/kg), performance which is considered mission enabling for a variety of mission by: A general model of a solar thermophotovoltaic device is discussed both for improving the efficiency of one‐band‐gap photovoltaic cells by matching the photon energy to the band gap and for concentrating diffuse radiation.

First we assume ideal components to calculate theoretical maximum efficiency. It corresponds to that of a perfect selective absorber in conjunction with a Carnot‐engine Cited by: Thermophotovoltaics was studied intensively in the last decade of the 20th century.

Overviews are given in [1], [2], [3], and most recently in [55]. The main technological challenge of developing TPV systems is matching the spectral sensitivity of the photocells with the radiation spectrum of the emitter, in order to achieve a high TPV Cited by: The basic information of a book includes author (s), the title of the book, and the publication information.

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After citing the original publication information, add the electronic 4/5(27). Bibliography management with Bibtex. BibTeX is a widely used bibliography management tool in L a T e X, with BibTeX the bibliography entries are kept in a separate file and then imported into the main document.

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A collection of pages that provides. Thermophotovoltaics is the science and technology associated with the direct generation of electricity from high temperature heat. Potential applications include combined heat and power, portable and auxiliary power, radioisotope space power, industrial waste heat recovery and concentrated solar power.

Thermophotovoltaics: Basic Principles and Critical Aspects of System Design (Green Energy and Technology) - Kindle edition by Thomas Bauer.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Thermophotovoltaics: Basic Principles and Critical Aspects of System Design (Green Energy and Cited by: A high temperature thermophotovoltaic (TPV) system is modeled and its system level performance is assessed in the context of concentrated solar power (CSP) with thermal energy storage (TES).

The model includes the treatment of the emitter and the heat Cited by:   Thermophotovoltaics is the science and technology associated with the direct generation of electricity from high temperature heat. Potential applications include combined heat and power, portable and auxiliary power, radioisotope space power, industrial waste heat recovery and concentrated solar : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Thermophotovoltaics (TPV) is concerned with the application of photovoltaic diodes to harvest electricity from thermal radiation. This is achieved through the use of appropriately designed thermal emitters which are typically heated to temperatures of more than °C.

Merits of thermophotovoltaics include the prospect of delivering high power density compared Cited by: This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site you agree to our use of cookies. To find out more, see our Privacy and Cookies policy.

Bitnar, Silicon, germanium and silicon/germanium photocells for thermophotovoltaics applications, Semiconductor Science and Technology 18 () S–S CrossRef ADS Google Scholar Cited by: Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) systems are designed to produce direct-current electrical energy via high-temperature semiconductors receiving radiant energy from the combustion of fuel.

Unique system elements and design are required to maximize the transfer of energy from the flame to a radiator to the receiving cells and cooling apparatus.

The new concept of a micron-gap TPV system (MTPV) is also. Solar Thermophotovoltaics (STPVs) are solar driven heat engines which extract electrical power from thermal radiation. The overall goal is to absorb and convert the broadband solar radiation spectrum into a narrowband thermal emission spectrum tuned to the spectral response of a photovoltaic cell (PV) [1].STPVs are of significant interest as they have the potential to overcome the well-known.

This compilation updates Library of Congress Science Tracer Bulletemphasizing the literature on three solar topics--passive solar architecture, photovoltaics, and solar thermal engineering.

However, many of the sources listed in the Abstracting and Indexing Services Section also provide references to literature on other aspects of solar energy and its applications. Downloadable (with restrictions). Thermophotovoltaics (TPV) was intensively investigated as a technology for heat/electricity co-generation in the last decade of the 20th century.

However, a wide-spread commercialisation has not been achieved yet. The world-record system efficiency for a TPV system using silicon photocells of 4% at 50W electrical output power as well as a maximum electrical.

This is a text book presenting the fundamentals of thermophotovoltaic(TPV) energy conversion suitable for an upper undergraduate or first year graduate course. In addition it can serve as a reference or design aid for engineers developing TPV systems. Pages:   Metamaterial emitter for thermophotovoltaics stable up to °C Stewart, Kirchhoff, and Kirchhoff and Bunsen (American Book Company, ).

Download citation Cited by: 4. Although photovoltaics are regarded by many as the most likely candidate for long term sustainable energy production, their implementation has been restricted by the high costs involved. Nevertheless, the theoretical limit on photovoltaic energy conversion efficiency-above 85%-suggests that there is room for substantial improvement of current commercially available solar cells, both silicon 5/5(1).

GaSb-related materials for TPV cells. Broman L Thermophotovoltaics bibliography Prog. Photovolt.: Res. Appl. 3 Crossref Google Barnham K, Nelson J, Zachariou A, Epler J, Hill G, Button C and Pate M Application of quantum well solar cells to thermophotovoltaics Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 50 Crossref Cited by: The conventional notion for achieving high efficiency in thermophotovoltaics (TPVs) is to use a monochromatic emission at a photon energy corresponding to the band gap of the cell.

Here, we prove theoretically that such a notion is only accurate under idealized conditions and further show that, when nonradiative recombination is taken into account, efficiency improvement can be achieved by Author: Georgia T. Papadakis, Siddharth Buddhiraju, Zhexin Zhao, Bo Zhao, Shanhui Fan.

Thermophotovoltaics is the science and technology associated with the direct generation of electricity from high temperature heat. Potential applications include combined heat and power, portable and auxiliary power, radioisotope space power, industrial waste heat recovery and concentrated solar by: Microsoft Academic.

Sign up / Sign in. Top Authors in Computer science. Items are sorted by saliency. Yoshua Bengio 2. Geoffrey E. Hinton 3. Andrew Zisserman 4. Jian Sun 5. Kaiming He 6.

Ilya Sutskever 7. Ross Girshick 8. Trevor Darrell 9. Scott Shenker Jitendra Malik Jiawei Han R Core Team Ion Stoica Jeffrey Dean MIT researchers have unveiled the best-yet version of that idea, known as solar thermophotovoltaics.

These modified solar cells place an absorber/emitter device above the cell itself. Thermophotovoltaics (TPV) is concerned with the application of photovoltaic diodes to harvest electricity from thermal radiation.

This is achieved through the use of appropriately designed thermal emitters which are typically heated to temperatures of more than ° C. Merits of thermophotovoltaics include the prospect of delivering high power density compared to solar photovoltaics, fuel Cited by:   Nanophotonic surfaces are used to fabricate a 1 cm2 solar thermophotovoltaic device that achieves an overall conversion efficiency of %.Cited by: A bibliography containing entries on thermophotovoltaic conversion of energy between and has been compiled.

The entries are categorized with respect to type and contents. View. @article{osti_, title = {Prospector 8: Thermophotovoltaics -- An update on DoD, academic, and commercial research.

Final report}, author = {Rose, F}, abstractNote = {Thermophotovoltaics is the technology for photoconverting energy to electricity from an incandescent source which can be heated from any heat source.

This technology is unique and has great promise for the development of. The efficiency of a thermophotovoltaic (TPV) system depends critically upon the spectral selectivity and stability of an emitter, which may operate most effectively at temperatures in excess of °C.

We computationally design and experimentally demonstrate a novel selective emitter design based on multilayer nanostructures, robust to off-normal emission angles. A computational search of Author: Nari Jeon, David J. Mandia, Stephen K. Gray, Jonathan J. Foley, Alex B.

Martinson. Semiconductor materials are nominally small band gap defining property of a semiconductor material is that it can be doped with impurities that alter its electronic properties in a controllable way. Because of their application in the computer and photovoltaic industry—in devices such as transistors, lasers, and solar cells—the search for new semiconductor materials and the.

At the NASA Lewis Research Center we have developed a systems model for a general thermophotovoltaic (TPV) system. The components included in the model are a solar concentrator, a receiver, a thermal storage module, an emitter, a protective window, a filter, and a photovoltaic (PV) array.

The system. springer, Thermophotovoltaics is the science and technology associated with the direct generation of electricity from high temperature heat. Potential applications include combined heat and power, portable and auxiliary power, radioisotope space power, industrial waste heat recovery and concentrated solar power.

This book aims at serving as an introduction to the underlying theory, overview of. High Efficiency Thermophotovoltaics for Automotive Applications Theromophotovoltaic generators are a convenient solution to extend the range of commercial electric vehicles.

High efficiencies and small volumes are required for this by: 5. For thermophotovoltaics (TPV) Si has the disadvantage of a high bandgap of eV, which requires the use of a spectrally matched selective emitter.

Yb2O3 is widely used as an emitter material to. Drive marketing ROI with an investor's mindset and a proven toolkit. Top marketers today don't shy away from financial accountability.

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(physics) Relating to the production of electricity by heat and/or lightOrigin thermo- +‎ photovoltaic.was a productive year, and the over entries in the current bibliography speak to the intellectual vibrancy of our academic community.

The books, book chapters, journal articles, poems, and other creative expressions found in this volume represent works of faculty from.In this paper, efficient ultra-broadband absorption from ultraviolet (UV) to near infrared (NIR) is achieved using a metamaterial perfect absorber (MPA) with refractory constituents.

Both simulated and experimental results indicate that this proposed MPA exhibits an Cited by: