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A Practical Approach for Estimating the Optimum Tilt Angle of a Photovoltaic Panel for a Long Period—Experimental Recorded Data

A Practical Approach for Estimating the Optimum Tilt Angle of a Photovoltaic Panel for a Long Period—Experimental Recorded Data


Title: A Practical Approach for Estimating the Optimum Tilt Angle of a Photovoltaic Panel for a Long Period—Experimental Recorded Data
Author: Hassanian, Reza
Riedel, Morris   orcid.org/0000-0003-1810-9330
Yeganeh, Nashmin
Unnthorsson, Runar
Date: 2021-11-24
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Scope: 41-51
Department: Iðnaðarverkfræði-, vélaverkfræði- og tölvunarfræðideild
Series: Solar; ()
ISSN: 2673-9941
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/solar1010005
Subject: Sólarorka; Sjálfbærni; Orkuframleiðsla; photovoltaic panel; solar; optimum tilt angle; energy; sustainable; long period
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11815/2735

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Hassanian , R , Riedel , M , Yeganeh , N & Unnthorsson , R 2021 , ' A Practical Approach for Estimating the Optimum Tilt Angle of a Photovoltaic Panel for a Long Period—Experimental Recorded Data ' , Solar , pp. 41-51 . https://doi.org/10.3390/solar1010005

Abstract:

In this study, recorded empirical data were applied with a practical approach to investigate the optimal tilt angle of the flat plate collectors facing south for a long period in Tehran, Iran. The data included 20 years of recorded average total radiation on the horizontal plane in Tehran’s meteorological station. Based on the previous studies, the annual optimum tilt angle for Tehran was estimated at 33 degrees annually; however, this estimation does not focus on the energy absorption and effectiveness of changing the tilt angle monthly, seasonally, and bi-annually via measured data. This paper aims to explain this distinction between various radiation receptions with different tilt angle adjustments. This study shows that annual solar cumulative radiation energy gained via a monthly tilt angle can be approximately 7% higher than that achieved with an annual tilt angle setup. Additionally, the seasonal and bi-annual tilt angles have about 6% more annual cumulative radiation absorption than the annual tilt angle setup. Moreover, with consideration of similar monthly received radiation, the results illustrate that the radiation gained with a monthly tilt angle set up was 20% greater in the summer months than an annual tilt angle adjustment.

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This work was performed in the Center of Excellence (CoE) Research on AI and Simulation Based Engineering at Exascale (RAISE) and the EuroCC projects receiving funding from EU’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Framework Programme under the grant agreements no.951733 and no. 951740, respectively.

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