Eccentrically loaded reinforced concrete columns.

Tokdemir, Salih Zeki


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The recent success in achieving beyond 25% efficiency with perovskite solar cells (PSC) has called for further upgrading the fabrication techniques to meet the scalability requirements of the photovoltaic (PV) industry. Co-evaporation and a hybrid vapor-solution technique have been shown to produce uniform and efficient planar PSCs. Therefore, in this study, co-evaporation method was optimized studying the partial pressure of the organic precursor. Later electron transport layers in n-i-p and p-i-n structur...
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Citation Formats
S. Z. Tokdemir, “Eccentrically loaded reinforced concrete columns.,” Middle East Technical University, 1969.