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Asked 18th Dec, 2014

Which software is good for PV cell-to-module simulations?

Dear Researchers,
I'd like to simulate the PV CTM by software, but I'm not quite familiar with the simulation softwares. Could anybody give me a suggestion on it? Thks a lot!
Justin

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25th Jun, 2016
Mahmoud Dhimish
The University of York
Try to use HOMER software. Or MATLAB.

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20th Dec, 2014
Sepehr Sadighi
Research Institute of Petroleum Industry (RIPI)
Use Matlab/Simulink software. But, you should implement conservation equations by your own. A sample has been attached.
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22nd Dec, 2014
Chenhui Ju
South China University of Technology
Hi Sepehr,
Thks for your suggestions, could you send me your attached pdf document again?  The attached one can not be opened, which might be broken during the attaching process.
Thks a lot for your kindness! 
22nd Dec, 2014
Hager Triki
University of Sfax
I think that the ARENA software is a good tool for modelisation and simulation
22nd Dec, 2014
Hussain M. Bassi
Ministry of energy
I think PSCAD is a good software... good luck
29th Dec, 2014
F. Mallor
Universidad Pública de Navarra
I support the option of HOMER software. It is focused to simulate microgrids feed by renewable energies.
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15th Mar, 2015
Mostafa Eidiani
Khorasan Institute of Higher Education
You can see also this link, Pass: soft98.ir
1 Recommendation
25th Jun, 2016
Mahmoud Dhimish
The University of York
Try to use HOMER software. Or MATLAB.

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