|Title:||Design of a solar tracker to improve the capture of solar radiation in photovoltaic panels using a closed loop control system|
|Alternative Titles:||Diseño de un seguidor solar para mejorar la captura de radiación solar en paneles fotovoltaicos utilizando un sistema de control de circuito cerrado|
|Bibliographic citation:||Gaspar, C., Quispe, G., Zapata, G., Raymundo, C., Rivera, L. (2019). Design of a solar tracker to improve the capture of solar radiation in photovoltaic panels using a closed loop control system. IEEE 39th Central America and Panama Convention, CONCAPAN 2019, 1(1). https://doi. 10.1109/CONCAPANXXXIX47272.2019.8976915|
|Abstract:||This research presents the design of a solar tracker in order to make better use of solar energy that radiates in the skies of the province of Huancayo, a comprehensive biography with key contents and concepts was reviewed to make a good design Conceptually, a structure will be designed that adapts to the design of conventional photovoltaic systems. Everything is born from the need to take advantage of an inexhaustible resource, which is photovoltaic solar energy, a study in this field is proposed proposing the problems to be solved, and objectives such as analyzing the manufacturing costs of design, See the economic, technical and operational feasibility of the solar tracker, but above all you want to calculate the energy efficiency that can be gained by designing this type of mechanism and control system and compare with similar mechanisms existing in the market. For the development of the system, the German methodology VDI 2221 was used, which starts from a list of requirements and desires that the design must meet, and a function diagram of the previous concept is also made. To determine the most optimal solution, a morphological matrix is performed where all the solution alternatives are evaluated for each function and in the end a general solution concept is obtained and from this begins the economic, technical and operational evaluation of the solution.|
|Notes:||El texto completo de este trabajo no está disponible en el Repositorio Institucional - Continental por restricciones de la casa editorial donde ha sido publicado.|
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