How to Calculate Incident Solar Flux given Maximum Conversion Efficiency?
Incident Solar Flux given Maximum Conversion Efficiency calculator uses Flux Incident on Top Cover = (Current at Maximum Power*Voltage at Maximum Power)/(Maximum Conversion Efficiency*Area of Solar Cell) to calculate the Flux Incident on Top Cover, The Incident Solar Flux given Maximum Conversion Efficiency formula is defined as the sum of the incident beam component and incident diffuse component of the radiation from the sun. Flux Incident on Top Cover is denoted by I_{T} symbol.
How to calculate Incident Solar Flux given Maximum Conversion Efficiency using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Incident Solar Flux given Maximum Conversion Efficiency, enter Current at Maximum Power (I_{m}), Voltage at Maximum Power (V_{m}), Maximum Conversion Efficiency (η_{max}) & Area of Solar Cell (A_{c}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Incident Solar Flux given Maximum Conversion Efficiency calculation can be explained with given input values -> 50600 = (0.11*0.46)/(0.4*2.5E-06).