Solar simulation laboratory description and manual
Mabie, Kevin T.
Fuhs, Allen E.
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This research project consisted of writing a manual for testing solar cells. It was written for students in the Space Operations and Space Engineering curricula. A location was selected at the Naval Postgraduate School and equipment was purchased for the construction. The manual begins with a introduction to solar cell theory. The individual components of the solar power laboratory are discussed in detail and their integration into a system is described. The system was designed for automated data acquisition. An IBM PC/XT is the central point of the system. Two computer programs written in IBM BASIC are included for the user with a complete discussion of each.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-67-85-006
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