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Solar PV system includes different components which need to be selected based on the site location, system type and other applications. The most important component of a PV system is its Solar PV Modules and Arrays. Electricity is generated by solar cells. Individual solar cells are grouped together into a solar panel or module. Several such modules are grouped together to form an array. Section 1 covers all aspects associated with Solar PV technology and Solar PV Modules and Arrays.
Mismatch losses are caused by the interconnection of solar cells or modules which do not have identical properties or which experience different conditions from one another. The elevation in operating temperature leads to degradation of modules due to stress with thermal expansion. Various degradation and failure modes along with overall losses are covered in this course. A lecture on characterization types including Full Area measurement; Mapping and Imaging have been discussed in this course.
1. 10+2 (Passed or Appearing) ALL STREAMS. 2. Any IT professional. 3. Any Degree/Diploma holder with basic knowledge in computers.
3. Any final year UG/PG student with basic knowledge in computers.
Fees: Rs.6,999 /- ** Discount
Duration: 90 Days
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NIESBUD is an Apex Institute in the area of Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Development under the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises , Government
of India. The basic objects for which the Institute has been established are: Promotion
and Development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises including Enhancement of
their Competitiveness through Various Activities. The Institute has conducted a
total of 9,822 different Training Programmes covering 2,54,289 participants which
includes 163 International training programmes with 2,586 participants from more
than 125 countries till 31st March 2014.