Effect of Aluminium Thickness and Etching Time OfAluminium Induced Texturing Process On Soda Lime GlassSubstrates For a-Si:H Solar Cell Applications



Effect of aluminum thickness and etching time of aluminum induced texturing process on soda lime glass substrates for thin solar cell applications
Ünal, Mustafa; Gunoven, Mete; Sokmen, Ilkay; Tankut, Aydin; Turan, Raşit (2015-04-29)
In this study, aluminum induced texturing (AIT) technique is used to increase light absorption in thin film by way of increasing the portion of the diffuse transmitted light (haze). For this purpose, various AIT process parameters such as starting aluminum thicknesses, annealing temperature and time, etching time, etchant's concentrations, and temperature of etching are known to affect the final texture. We have investigated the effect of aluminum thickness and etching time on AIT process while keeping the ...
Effect of water addition and stoichiometry variations on temperature profiles in an autothermal methane reforming reactor with Ni catalyst
Simeone, M.; Salemme, L.; Scognamiglio, D.; Allouis, Christophe Gerard; Volpicelli, G. (2008-02-01)
Catalytic autothermal reforming of methane was studied over a commercial nickel catalyst as a function of feed flow rate, feed composition and oven temperature. Temperature profile of the catalyst bed was measured by IR thermography and product composition was measured with a continuous gas analyzer.
Effect of Curing Time on Elastic Material Properties of Thin Spray on Liners
Güner, Doğukan; Öztürk, Hasan (null; 2015-09-14)
Effect of calcination/reduction temperature of Ni impregnated CeO2-ZrO2 catalysts on hydrogen yield and coke minimization in low temperature reforming of ethanol
ARSLAN KELAM, ARZU; Doğu, Timur (2016-10-15)
CeO2-ZrO2 was proven to be a quite effective catalyst support for steam reforming of ethanol (SRE). In this study, properties of Ni impregnated mesoporous CeO2-ZrO2 catalysts of different compositions were optimized by changing the calcination/reduction temperature. Increase of calcination/reduction temperature from 400 degrees C to 650 degrees C caused significant decrease in surface area and redox ability of the catalysts, yielding higher coke formation and lower hydrogen yields. Results proved that, very...
Effect of high hydrostatic pressure on lipid crystalline structures in palm stearin emulsions
Sevdin, Sezen; Alpas, Hami; Department of Food Engineering (2017)
Lipid crystal structures (polymorphs) are the determinant factors for sensorial, textural properties and the stability of the emulsions. Therefore, controlled crystallization gains importance during the production of foods such as margarine, confectionery, chocolate, etc. In literature, studies on the effect of high hydrostatic pressure (HHP) on lipid crystallization have contradictory results. To inspect the crystallization characteristics and response to the HHP treatment, palm stearinwater emulsions were...
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M. Ünal, “Effect of Aluminium Thickness and Etching Time OfAluminium Induced Texturing Process On Soda Lime GlassSubstrates For a-Si:H Solar Cell Applications,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/75767.