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Low cost silicon solar array project

Maurice G Fey

Low cost silicon solar array project

silicon materials task : development of a process for high capacity heater production of silicon for solar arrays

by Maurice G Fey

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Published by Energy Research and Development Administration, Division of Solar Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • Silicon

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    Other titlesDevelopment of a process for high capacity arc heater production of silicon for solar arrays
    StatementMaurice G. Fey
    ContributionsUnited States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Technical Information Center, United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Division of Solar Energy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
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    Open LibraryOL14894872M

    Get this from a library! Array automated assembly task, phase 2: low cost silicon solar array project.. [Gregory T Jones; Sensor Technology, inc.; United States. Department of Energy.]. @article{osti_, title = {Silicon materials task of the low cost solar array project (Phase III). Effects of impurities and processing on silicon solar cells. Sixteenth quarterly report, July September }, author = {Hopkins, R H and Davis, J R and Rohatgi, A and Campbell, R B and Rai-Choudhury, P and Stapleton, R E and Mollenkopf, H C and McCormick, J R}, abstractNote = {The.

    The results of an investigation of solar module encapsulation systems applicable to the Low-Cost Solar Array Project cost and performance goals are presented. Six basic construction elements were identified and their specific uses in module construction defined. A uniform coating basis was established for each element.   Low-cost solar array project. Task 1: Silicon material. Investigation of the hydrogenation of SiCl4 Item Preview.

      Work on the add-on study of Phase 2 of the Array Automated Assembly Task was conducted during this reporting period. Three applications of the spray-on technique were investigated. The most effective spray-on boron back surface fields were produced at the drive-in temperature of /sup 0/C for the range of temperatures investigated. Of the three spray-on aluminum Author: Sang S. Rhee, Kimberly L. Allison, Gregory T. Jones. An advanced process sequence for manufacturing high efficiency solar cells and modules in a cost-effective manner is discussed. Emphasis is on process simplicity and minimizing consumed materials. The process sequence incorporates texture etching, plasma processes for damage removal and patterning, ion implantation, low pressure silicon nitride.


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Low cost silicon solar array project by Maurice G Fey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project is funded by ERDA and forms part of the ERDA Photovoltaic Conversion Program to initiate a major effort toward the development of low-cost solar arrays. Get this from a library. LSSA: low-cost silicon solar array project.

[United States. Department of Energy.]. Get this from a library. Low cost silicon solar array project: silicon materials task: development of a process for high capacity heater production of silicon for solar arrays. [Maurice G Fey; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.

Technical Information Center.; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. LSSA (Low-cost Silicon Solar Array) project Abstract The Photovoltaic Conversion Program was established to find methods of economically generating enough electrical power.

The Low-Cost Solar Array (LSA) Project is directed toward effective cost reduction in the production of silicon for solar cells. Results are presented for process system properties, chemical Author: William Breneman.

The JPL Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project is funded by ERDA and forms part of the ERDA Photovoltaic Conversion Program to initiate 3 major Low cost silicon solar array project book toward the development of low cost solar.

NASA/ADS. Low cost solar array project silicon materials task. Development of a process for high capacity arc heater production of silicon for solar arrays Fey, M. Abstract. The experimental verification system for the production of silicon via the arc heater-sodium reduction of SiCl4 was designed, fabricated, installed, and operated.

Cited by: 1. Low cost silicon solar array project silicon materials task Abstract A program was established to develop a high temperature silicon production process using existing electric arc heater technology.

The Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project (LSSA) was established to reduce the price of solar arrays by improving manufacturing technology, adapting mass production techniques, and promoting user acceptance. The new manufacturing technology includes the consideration of new silicon refinement processes, silicon sheet growth techniques.

The feasibility of a process for carbon reduction of low impurity silica in a plasma heat source was investigated to produce low-cost solar-grade silicon. Theoretical aspects of the reaction chemistry were studied with the aid of a computer program using iterative free energy minimization.

These calculations indicate a threshold temperature exists at K below which no silicon is : R. Roques, D. Coldwell. Shop a selection of Solar Books at Silicon Solar. We offer a complete selection of solar energy products for home and commercial use. Manufacturer direct since Family owned and operated since FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $ Search.

CALL US + 0. Work performed in the field of photovoltaic research by the low cost silicon solar array project of jet propulsion laboratory was described.

Background technical information was also furnished. Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see Preferences). @article{osti_, title = {Low-Cost Solar Array Project.

Task I. Silicon material: investigation of the hydrogenation of SiCl/sub 4/. Quarterly report}, author = {Mui, J Y.P. and Seyferth, D}, abstractNote = {A program was initiated in April of this year to study the hydrogenation of silicon tetrachloride to trichlorosilane, 3 SiCl/sub 4/ + 2 H/sub 2/ + Si reversible 4 SiHCl/sub 3/.

No Abstract Available. Low cost silicon solar array project. Task 1: Establishment of the feasibility of a process capable of low cost, high volume production of silane, SiH4. The commercial production of low-cost semiconductor-grade silicon is an essential requirement of the Flat-Plate Solar Array (FSA) project.

A metric ton per year commercial facility using the Union Carbide Silane Process was estimated to produce molten silicon for a price of $/Kg ( dollars, private financing), meeting the DOE goal of less than $10/Kg.

Get this from a library. Silicon material task, part III: low-cost silicon solar array project. [R A Roques; D M Coldwell; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Technical Information Center.; United States.

Energy Research and Development Administration. Division of Solar Energy.]. "The JPL Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project is sponsored by the U. Department of Energy and forms part of the Solar Photovoltaic Conversion Program to initiate a major effort toward the development of low-cost solar arrays.

This work was performed for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California. The J PL Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project is,ponsored by the Department of Energy (DOE) and forms part of the Solar Photovoltaic Conversion Program to initiate a major effort toward the development of low-cost solar arrays.

The work was prepared by the Jct Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of. This Project, originally called the LowCost Solar Array Project, but later known as the Flat-Plate Solar Array (FSA) Project, was based upon crystalline-silicon technology as developed for the space program.

During the s and s, it had been demonstrated that photovoltaics was a dependable electrical power source for spacecraft.

In this. 40 kW of solar cell modules for the Large Scale Production Task, a Low Cost Silicon Solar Array Project.

Final technical report. BibTeX @MISC{Corporation77engineeringarea, author = {Bechtel Corporation}, title = {Engineering Area of the Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project Prepared By}, year = {}}.Amorphous (thin-film) silicon is widely acknowledged as the premier low-cost material of the photovoltaic industry.

However, overconcentration the single aspect of its low production cost coupled with insufficient discussion of its other properties have resulted in Author: Paul R.

Hart. Methods of accelerated and abbreviated testing were developed and applied to solar cell encapsulants. These encapsulants must provide protection for as long as 20 years outdoors at different locations within the United States.

Consequently, encapsulants were exposed for increasing periods of time to the inherent climatic variables of temperature, humidity, and solar : J. M. Kolyer, N. R.

Mann.