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Model of airflow around the roof installation of photovoltaic modules

Originální název

Model of airflow around the roof installation of photovoltaic modules

Anglický název

Model of airflow around the roof installation of photovoltaic modules

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article focuses mainly on panels installed on roof. This design allows the use of double-sided panel air flow from the top and bottom. If the panel itself is installed so that there is a gap between it and the roof covering, the wind flows through this gap and can serve as secondary cooling. When panel is installed directly on the roof or even recessed, it prevents heat dissipation. In the extreme case, the panel may warm up from roof. This phenomenon can occur mainly during the summer months and on dark surfaces.

Anglický abstrakt

The article focuses mainly on panels installed on roof. This design allows the use of double-sided panel air flow from the top and bottom. If the panel itself is installed so that there is a gap between it and the roof covering, the wind flows through this gap and can serve as secondary cooling. When panel is installed directly on the roof or even recessed, it prevents heat dissipation. In the extreme case, the panel may warm up from roof. This phenomenon can occur mainly during the summer months and on dark surfaces.

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@article{BUT140346,
  author="Kristýna {Jandová} and Marcel {Janda}",
  title="Model of airflow around the roof installation of photovoltaic modules",
  annote="The article focuses mainly on panels installed on roof. This design allows the use of double-sided panel air flow from the top and bottom. If the panel itself is installed so that there is a gap between it and the roof covering, the wind flows through this gap and can serve as secondary cooling. When panel is installed directly on the roof or even recessed, it prevents heat dissipation. In the extreme case, the panel may warm up from roof. This phenomenon can occur mainly during the summer months and on dark surfaces.",
  chapter="140346",
  doi="10.1149/08101.0217ecst",
  howpublished="online",
  number="1",
  volume="81",
  year="2017",
  month="december",
  pages="217--222",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}