Considering the effect of dustiness of a photovoltaic module surfaces on solar power generation by matlab software
Keywords:active power, reactive power, normal distribution, kurtosis, asymmetry, mathematical expectation, deviation
Purpose. Improving the simulation model of a solar power plant by creating a block model for accounting for dustiness of the surface of photovoltaic modules when calculating the efficiency of electric power generation by a solar power plant.
Methodology. Use of statistical data processing methods and modeling in the structure of Matlab tools.
Findings. A mathematical model was created, which made it possible to take into account the influence of dustiness of the surface of photovoltaic modules on the efficiency of electric power generation by a solar power station. The model was tested on the real object and the accuracy of modeling was proved.
Originality. The scientific novelty is to create mathematical models that describe the effect of dust on the surface of photovoltaic modules on the efficiency of solar station generation based on the Bouguer-Lambert-Behr law, the blocks of precipitation influence on dust were developed, and the rate of dust accumulation was corrected by taking into account the air humidity.
Practical value. The obtained results will help to improve the accuracy of modeling of all types of photovoltaic systems. These models can be used as the formation of commercial proposals with more accurate schedules of electric power generation, which can significantly increase the accuracy of the choice of rated capacity of equipment.
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