Presents the fundamentals of thermophotovoltaic(TPV) energy conversion suitable for an upper undergraduate or first year graduate course. This textbook. Fundamentals of. THERMOPHOTOVOLTAIC. ENERGY. CONVERSION. Donald L. Chubb. NASA Glenn Research Center. Brookpark Road, MS Fundamentals of Thermophotovoltaic Energy Conversion von Donald Chubb ( ISBN ) online kaufen | Sofort-Download –
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Some of the selective emitter materials discussed in Chapter 3 can be characterized by an index of refraction of approximately 1. Using these electric fields, the reflectance and transmittance can be calculated. This result is illustrated in Figure 4. Therefore, because equation 1.
However, the system of equations would be non-linear so that obtaining a solution would be difficult. Values for these properties are required in analyzing a TPV system.
Wolfram Universal Deployment System Instant deployment across cloud, desktop, mobile, and more. This is a violation of the second law of thermodynamics. The rate of change of R in the transition region decreases only slightly as Hf increases.
Values for Di2 and Ei2 are given by equations 1. The reflectance decreases and the transmittance increases for increasing To. The book has been written as a text rather than as a review of current TPV research. Using the index of refraction data for gold , the following curve fits are obtained. Optical Filters for TPV 0. Therefore, the only way to achieve large reflectance at a series of wavelengths and large transmittance at another series of wavelengths is by using several layers of materials with different indices of refraction.
Scattering has been neglected. Two of the most important of these factors are durability and cost. However, for radiation from 2 the dielectric into the conductor [second term on right side of equation 3. Recent development of grating and photonic-crystal emitters made of tungsten produce emission bands in the near infrared. However, the magnitude of K will depend upon the host material. The radiation transfer equations can be integrated with the use of an integrating factor.
The denominator is the total emitted radiation, q E. The quantum mechanical theory necessary to determine the medium properties H, P, V is beyond the scope of this text.
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Therefore, an 2S interference filter consists of layers of thin films with the indices of refraction changing between adjacent layers. Thermophotovoltwic all other thermophotpvoltaic, the intensity will be a function of position. However, the calculated value for Hn O given by equation 1. What is its temperature if illuminated on one side by the sun at Earth orbit?
Since TPV is a direct energy conversion process, the only moving parts in the system are fans or pumps that may be used for cooling the PV cells. Shown in Figure 3. Yttrium aluminum garnet, which is used as a host converdion for rare earth lasers such as the neodymium Nd laser, has the acronym YAG. This is illustrated in Figure 3.
In addition, the emittance drops rapidly to H. The fraction of ebT that lies in the wavelength range between 0 and O is given by the following expression. The result is the fundmentals equation. Now consider how the radiation energy flux is related to the intensity.
In other words, on the incident side of the interface, it is the sum of the incident wave and reflected wave electric fields. Using a simplified model, Chapter 2 develops expressions for the maximum efficiency and power density for an ideal TPV system.
Therefore, k and E must be perpendicular. Erbium has no emission bands in this region and thus K O fhermophotovoltaic small. These emitters were the order of 1 mm in thickness. As can be seen, the matrix [M] contains properties of both the i and i — 1 layers.
Fundamentals of Thermophotovoltaic Energy Conversion
This text is suitable for upper-level undergraduate or first year graduate courses, and is also an ideal reference source or design aid for engineers developing TPV systems.
Solution of the coupled onedimensional energy equation [equation 3. Appearing in Mi is the phase thickness, Ii, given by equation 4. In converskon case of an absorbing layer, i, the angle Ti is complex.
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If it does not, then a net amount of heat transfer occurs between the blackbodies both at the same temperature. Buying eBooks from abroad For tax law reasons we can sell eBooks just within Germany and Switzerland. The 4f valence electrons of these ions, fundamenta,s account for absorption and emission of radiation, lie in orbits inside the outer 5s and 5p electron shells. These results are shown in Figure 4. Therefore, a wave solution should satisfy equation 1. Howell, Thermal Radiation Heat Transfer, 2nd ed.