Volume 3, Issue 6
Mathematical Simulation of Metamaterial Solar Cells

Jichun Li, Yitung Chen & Yang Liu

Adv. Appl. Math. Mech., 3 (2011), pp. 702-715.

Published online: 2011-03

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In this paper, we propose several solar cell designs based on metamaterials. Extensive numerical simulations of various designs with different materials are carried out. Our tests show that metamaterial solar cells are quite efficient, and over 80% and 90% absorption rates can be attained for solar spectrum and visible rays, respectively.

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Maxwell's equations metamaterial solar cell finite element method

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78M10 65N30 35L15

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In this paper, we propose several solar cell designs based on metamaterials. Extensive numerical simulations of various designs with different materials are carried out. Our tests show that metamaterial solar cells are quite efficient, and over 80% and 90% absorption rates can be attained for solar spectrum and visible rays, respectively.

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In this paper, we propose several solar cell designs based on metamaterials. Extensive numerical simulations of various designs with different materials are carried out. Our tests show that metamaterial solar cells are quite efficient, and over 80% and 90% absorption rates can be attained for solar spectrum and visible rays, respectively.

Jichun Li, Yitung Chen & Yang Liu. (1970). Mathematical Simulation of Metamaterial Solar Cells. Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 3 (6). 702-715. doi:10.4208/aamm.11-m1109
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