Modul Shaker

1st Module Workshop

5 November 2013 – Emmerthal, Germany

Workshop: Impact of mechanical and thermal loads on the long term stability of PV modules

The Institute for Solar Energy Research Hamelin (ISFH) and the Institute of Structural Analysis (ISD) at the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover organize the workshop “Impact of mechanical and thermal loads on the long term stability of PV modules” in the framework of the “MIKRO” project on November 5 at ISFH from 8:30 to 17:00.

The main focus of this workshop is on mechanical and electrical characterization as well as on simulation of PV modules. Both are imperative to understand power degradation of PV modules. Invited speakers from research and equipment manufacturers give an overview of their current work.


The programm

08:40 Modelling of cracking in PV modules: Physical aspects and computational methods, M. Paggi (Politecnico di Torino, Torino),
Modelling of cracking in PV modules: Physical aspects and computational methods

09:10 Damage features in polycristalline quasi-brittle Materials: Application to silicon wafers, J. Reinso (ISD Universität Hannover, Hannover),
Damage features in polycrystalline quasi-brittle Materials: Application to silicon wafers

09:40 Interpretation of cell fracture in PV modules by superposition of mechanical and thermo-mechanical stresses, S. Dietrich (Fraunhofer CSP, Halle),
Interpretation of cell fracture in PV modules by superposition of mechanical and thermo-mechanical stresses

10:40 Analysis of laminated glass structures for photovoltaic applications, H. Altenbach (IFME, Universität Magdeburg, Magdeburg),
Analysis of laminated glass structures for photovoltaic applications

11:10 Recent developments in cohesive zone methodsfor the simulation of fracture in quasi-brittle materials, J.J.C. Remmers (TU-Eindhoven, Eindhoven),
Recent developments in cohesive zone methodsfor the simulation of fracture in quasi-brittle materials

11:40 Overall mechanical properties of polysilicon films: homogenization vs. Monte Carlo simulations, S. Mariani (Politecnico Milano, Milano),
Overall mechanical properties of polysilicon films: homogenization vs. Monte Carlo simulations

13:00 Crack investigation of encapsulated solar cells under thermal and mechanical stresses, M. Sander (Fraunhofer CSP, Halle),
Crack investigation of encapsulated solar cells under thermal and mechanical stresses

13:30 Mechanisms leading to electrically isolated cell parts and power loss under mechanical loads, F. Haase (ISFH, Emmerthal),
Mechanisms leading to electrically isolated cell parts and power loss under mechanical loads

14:45 Residual stress measurement in solar cells, T. Schönbeck (Panalytical, Kassel),
Residual stress measurement in solar cells

15:15 Advanced EL inspection with predictive estimation of module power loss, R. Schmidt (Pi4, Schwarzenbruck),
Advanced EL inspection with predictive estimation of module power loss

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