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Solar cell

Asked by Nuno
on 9 Mar 2011
Latest activity Commented on by Siddhartha Ayyagari on 21 May 2014

I have dificult in construct with Solar Cell because i can't connect the solar cell out's... Anyone have any exemple to send me, who has this exemple?


on 9 Mar 2011

Solar cell exist in Simulink...

on 11 Jun 2012

matlab 2012 solve this problem whit a new interconecting block between simelectronic y simpower system.

I am using Matlab 2013, Can you please tell me which block is to be used as an Interconnect for solar cell and simpower systems? Thank you

2 Answers

Answer by Arnaud Miege
on 9 Mar 2011
 Accepted answer

I assume you are referring to the Solar Cell block in SimElectronics. What are you trying to connect it to? If you look at the documentation, you'll see that it has 2 electrical ports from the Simscape foundation domain. You can therefore connect it to any Simscape or SimElectronics component that has electrical ports. The physical signal input to the block is the incident irradiance. You can use any Simulink signal for that, which you'll need to convert into a physical signal using the Simulink-PS Converter block.


motepaaly prasad on 8 Jun 2012

hello sir..i've latest 2012a version of matlab.. i found solar cell in sim electronics.. but i have a problem in connection sir.. i've connected ps constant for irradiation, solver equation, current sensor and ps s converter to solar cell but i unable connect controlled current source to ps s converter... pls help me to solve this issue.. thank u

on 12 Jun 2012

i have an example for this, in matlab 2012a using a simelectronic solar cell conect whit a simpower battery... if you are interested contact me by email.
Ing. Aghemo.

Answer by Hossein
on 31 Oct 2011

according to your answer ,why we should use voltage pulse? and can we use another element instead of that?


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