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Varying Photovoltaics by making fuel cell for 100000 cm2 and hydrogen energy for 1000 kgs: 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 0 50 100 150 200 250 Percent of demand met vs Total PV area, m^2 Percent of Demand met Total PV area, m^2 Number of Panels Percent of Demand met Total PV Area 1 10.8 1.642088 3 32.5 4.926264 5 54.19 8.2104 7 75.86 11.494616 9 97.5 14.778792 10 108.36 16.42088 11 119.21 18.62968 13 140.8 21.347144 15 162.5 24.63132 17 184.2 27.915496 19 205.92 31.199672
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0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 0 50 100 150 200 250 Number of PV panels vs % of Demand met Number of PV panels Percent of Demand Met PVC #9 The simulation was run for a conventional flat panel using anisotropic diffuse. Total solar energy impinging on array aperature (kWh): 2.206477e+04 Total solar energy absorbed by solar array (kWh): 2.044102e+04 Total electrical energy leaving the solar array (kWh): 3.289340e+03 Impinging radiation converted to electricity by PV array: 14.9% Total electrical energy delivered to the electrolyzer cell (kWh): 8.737546e+02 Total amount of hydrogen produced (kg): 3.863451e+01 Total electrical energy supplied by the fuel cell (kWh): 1.456760e+03 Total amount of hydrogen consumed (kg): 4.713469e+01 Total surplus of electrical energy (kWh): 3.352273e+02 Total deficit of electrical energy (kWh): 0 Total electrical energy demanded (kWh): 3.372600e+03 Total amount of fuel cell heat released in fuel cell mode (kWh): 5.988910e+02 Total amount of fuel cell heat requried in electrolyzer mode (kWh): 0 Percentage of demand met: 100 Volume of 50 bar H2 tank required (L): 2.459440e+05
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Varying fuel cell by assuming the photovoltaics for 1000 panels and Hydrogen energy as 1000 kgs: Fuel Cell area Percent of Demand met
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