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Numerical Modeling to Improve the Efficiency of Cadmium Sulfide/Copper Indium Sulfide (CdS/CuInS2) Thin Film-based Solar Cells
ES Energy & Environment
In this study, CIS-based devices were simulated and studied their performance by SCAPS (Solar Cell Capacitance Simulator) software. SCAPS is 1-dimensional graphic solar cell simulation software that estimates quantum efficiency, current-voltage characteristics, energy bands, and spectral response by solving Poisson's equations and continuity equations for electrons and holes. The solar cell structure was designed with CdS as an n-layer and CuInS2 as a p-layer for the first simulation and withdoi:10.30919/esee8c784 fatcat:uqql3zfypbhd5ivjbtri24inhm