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Usage Of Low Cost Digital Camera For Detecting Of Silicon Solar Cell Electroluminiscence
Lepík, Pavel ; Vaněk, Jiří
This article analyses the existing methods both practically and theoretically used to detect defected surface area in solar cells. Various methods were used but by using an upgraded camera with CMOS sensor for carrying out the electroluminescence method, this has proven to have a very crucial impact on the results. Given the overall results and the acquired information, a procedure with a simple parameter can be setup to carry out the measurements. In addition to this a catalog was formed showing the defects occurring in mono and polycrystalline solar cells.
Luminescence Diagnostic of Photovoltaic Cells
Stojan, Radek ; Frantík, Ondřej (referee) ; Šály,, Vladimír (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
Diagnostic of photovoltaic cells defects is one of the key step in production. This dissertation thesis deals about diagnosis of photovoltaic cells by radiative recombination of electron - hole pairs. This radiative recombination is known as luminescence. Diagnostic methods using this local light emission in infrared region have innovative potential. The method of electroluminescence is one of the most widely used luminescence methods whose modifications are applied across the industry, especially in semiconductors. The main area of this thesis research is focused on non-destructive analysis of radiated infrared radiation of monocrystalline and polycrystalline solar cells in various modifications of standard electroluminescence method. In this research there are used two types of CCD cameras are used as luminescent radiation detectors. Method of photon emission microscopy is used for magnification element. Local light emission inspection by microscopy should have benefit to qualitative evaluation of solar cells defects. Radiation emitted by the solar cell has a wave character. This fact brings the potential of using some of the characteristics of the waves. We are talking about the intensity and mainly about new characterization by polarization during the detection of defects in the solar cell surface. Innovation of the measuring workplace of the standard electroluminescence method to use polarization analysis is one of the goals of this dissertation thesis.
Preparation of a laboratory assignment for the Ecology of production subject
Dovčík, František ; Vaněk, Jiří (referee) ; Bača, Petr (advisor)
The thesis deals with the quality of water in general as well as from the perspective of water pollution, wastewater and its treatment within the context of electrotechnical production. The thesis is based on the laboratory task in the practical part, which has been included in the Ecology of Production class. The laboratory task tests the selected indicators of water quality using titration and rapid tests. The thesis is based on the wastewater operation of a company producing PCB.
Time changes of the photovoltaic cells properties
Kvapil, Jakub ; Vaněk, Jiří (referee) ; Novák, Vítězslav (advisor)
The thesis is about the problematics of perovskite, production of perovskite structure and measurment of photovoltaic cells. The introduction deals with material properties and sctructure of perovskite. There is explained a problem of perovskit photovoltaic cells and production of perovskite structure. Then the measurement methods are explained, which are used for evaluation of photovoltaic cells properties.
Quality of services and experience qualify for next generation networks
Vaněk, Jiří ; Horváth, Tomáš (referee) ; Grenar, David (advisor)
The thesis sums up the traffic parameters for the evaluation of next-generation access networks. There are mentioned parameters for service quality management and parameters for measuring the quality of experience. The EU regulation on High Speed Internet in the Czech Republic is analyzed. The practical part compares the results between the implementation of the quality management of services and without implementation. Also there is comparing theoretical and practical transmission rates of physical ports. Part of the thesis is a questionnaire focused on the quality of experience of the video sequence.
Wireless Routers and Infuence on Climatic Conditions
Martinka, David ; Vaněk, Jiří (referee) ; Jandová, Kristýna (advisor)
This thesis deals with problematics of installing wireless routers into specific locations depending on their heating and ideal signal transmission. The thesis is divided into eight chapters. The beginning of the thesis is theoretical describes the introduction into the problematics, the second part is practical and covers the executed experiment. The theoretical part contains six chapters – heat, signal, wireless router and measured climatic conditions. The practical part describes the executed experiment by thermo-camera which was used to scan wireless routers in IoT Lab in Avast Software company. Based on this experiment, the ideal position for installing the wireless router is then established. The conclusion of the practical part includes an analysis of the results of the questionnaire survey, in which technically skilled people were asked to describe the height of installation of their wireless router or whether did they consider heat and signal propagation while installing their wireless routers.
Properties of graphenoid layers
Mach, Radoslav ; Čech, Ondřej (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
Master thesis “Properties of graphenoid layers” deals with materials of graphenoid nature such as graphene, graphene oxide and its reduced state. The paper effectively summarize basic theoretical knowledge in the first half of its range. In the second half the project deals with practical part consisted of experiments with application of graphene oxide solvents, its analysis and especially comparing properties of non-reduced graphene oxide with its chemically reduced form. Material is examined in a form of applied thin layers on different substrates.
Photoimpedace spectroscopy characterization of the perovskit photovoltaic cells
Henek, Tomáš ; Vaněk, Jiří (referee) ; Novák, Vítězslav (advisor)
This work studies the subject of perovskite solar cells. The structure of perovskites is described along with a portion of photovoltaics history that led to the employment of perovskites as absorpsion layers. Further, methods of measurement for solar cells such as impedance spectroscopy, photospectroscopy and load characteristics are summarized. Lastly there is a description of already done analytics of perovskite solar cells with the summary of the results. In the practical part, there are measurements made to find out any effect of cell topology or light source wavelength on the cell performance.
Waste heat recovery from technological processes
Bednařík, Jakub ; Bača, Petr (referee) ; Vaněk, Jiří (advisor)
Master thesis deals with the utilization of waste heat from Nova Mosilana company. Theoretical part of this work is focused on the waste heat description (heat, heat quantity, heat temperature/quality, composition of waste stream) in which a considerable energy potential is hidden. The other parts describe waste heat technology, especially heat pumps, Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) and system absorption cooling. Some of the technologies described in the theoretical part are used in the design of the more efficient existing waste heat utilization, especifically power and cold production.

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