태양광발전의 이용기술과 운전특성에 관한연구

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Mankind begin civilization by discovery of energy. Mankind have run life to use energy that is gotten from materials finding a lot of energies. Mankind enhanced quality of life using these source of energy, but disappearance of environmental problem and source of energy that come out in fossil fuel is threatening mankind to another problems. And, the world is inclining aggregate power to find new energy to cope fossil energy. Solar Photovoltaic power generation has provided no mechanical vibration and noise, and also makes electric-power generation possible to be easier by short installation time and facilitated regulation of generation capacity. In addition, 송 lifespan of solar battery module is at least 20 years that gives longer period to exchange the battery as compared to others, facilitates mechanical automation, and reduces the expenses of operation and management. However, PV system methods represent difficulty in acquiring the adequate energy concentration due to lack of solar radiation and being influenced by temperature.
In this paper, PV system monitoring have been installed to obtain the practical operating data that monitored in monthly, and daily. In conclusion, based on this study, it could be considered for 3kW combined generation system to be gradually propagated to houses and small-size public facilities.
Alternative Title
A Study on the Operating Technology and Characteristics of Photovoltaics
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Son, Ki-Soon
조선대학교 교육대학원
교육대학원 전기.전자.통신교육
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2006. 2
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Ⅰ. 서론 = 1
Ⅱ. 태양광발전시스템 = 2
A. 태양전지의 이론 = 2
B. 태양광발전 시스템의 종류 = 9
Ⅲ. 계통연계형 태양광발전 시스템 = 12
A. 계통연계형 태양광발전 시스템 = 12
B. 모니터링 시스템 = 19
Ⅳ. 모니터링 시스템 = 21
A. 모니터링 시스템 구성 = 21
B. Hardware 구성 = 24
C. Software 구성 = 28
Ⅴ. 실험 및 결과고찰 = 30
A. 3kW 태양광발전시스템 구성 = 30
B. 태양광발전시스템의 운전특성 = 32
Ⅵ. 결론 = 40
참고문헌 = 41
조선대학교 교육대학원
손기순. (2006). 태양광발전의 이용기술과 운전특성에 관한연구
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