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POWER STABILITY AND EFFECTIVITY OF PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS MOUNTED ON SIDES OF A SHIP

Original Title

POWER STABILITY AND EFFECTIVITY OF PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS MOUNTED ON SIDES OF A SHIP

Czech Title

POWER STABILITY AND EFFECTIVITY OF PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS MOUNTED ON SIDES OF A SHIP

Language

cs

Original Abstract

These days there are many projects such as TURANOR PlanetSolar, Solar Voyager, Solaris, SoelCat 12 and the Helios yacht, which use solar energy obtained from solar panels mounted on the ships deck or from solar sails. This research paper focuses on a theoretical effectivity of photovoltaic panels mounted on a ship’s hull sides and a comparison of gained energy from horizontal panels to vertical ones. All results and outcomes are based on simulations of specific weather conditions at specific latitude. Future research will consider different panel positions, weather and latitudes.

Czech abstract

These days there are many projects such as TURANOR PlanetSolar, Solar Voyager, Solaris, SoelCat 12 and the Helios yacht, which use solar energy obtained from solar panels mounted on the ships deck or from solar sails. This research paper focuses on a theoretical effectivity of photovoltaic panels mounted on a ship’s hull sides and a comparison of gained energy from horizontal panels to vertical ones. All results and outcomes are based on simulations of specific weather conditions at specific latitude. Future research will consider different panel positions, weather and latitudes.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT159343,
  author="Robert {Bayer} and Jiří {Maxa} and Pavla {Šabacká}",
  title="POWER STABILITY AND EFFECTIVITY OF PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS MOUNTED ON SIDES OF A SHIP",
  annote="These days there are many projects such as TURANOR PlanetSolar, Solar Voyager, Solaris, SoelCat 12 and the Helios yacht, which use solar energy obtained from solar panels mounted on the ships deck or from solar sails. This research paper focuses on a theoretical effectivity of photovoltaic panels mounted on a ship’s hull sides and a comparison of gained energy from horizontal panels to vertical ones. All results and outcomes are based on simulations of specific weather conditions at specific latitude. Future research will consider different panel positions, weather and latitudes.",
  address="Tribun EU s.r.o.",
  booktitle="40. Nekonvenční zdroje elektrické energie",
  chapter="159343",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Tribun EU s.r.o.",
  year="2019",
  month="may",
  pages="6--9",
  publisher="Tribun EU s.r.o.",
  type="conference paper"
}