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2015 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Proceedings
We explore the use of several image capture, processing, and analysis techniques and methodologies to study various aspects of solar cells including their materials, device operation, defects, variability, and reliability. Laboratory projects using low-cost fluorescent cameras, visible and near-IR cameras, and laser scanning are used to characterize the grain structure, defects, surface roughness, reflectivity, and photovoltaic effects in common solar cell materials (e.g., monocrystalline anddoi:10.18260/p.24220 fatcat:cnncuwqo2bc3tklnaqkzkj2ili