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The first international conference on solar energy
4-55 May 2015, University of BBA, Algeria

Materials and Electronic Systems Laboratory
AND
African Network for Solar Energy - ANSOLE
Organize
THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOLAR
ENERGY (INCOSOLE 2015)
4 - 5 May 2015, University of Bordj Bou Arreridj,
El-Anasser,
Anasser, Bordj Bou Arreridj,
Arrerid Algeria.
Honorary President
Prof. ABBAOUI Karim (Head of the university)
Organizing Committee Chair
Dr. ROUABAH Zahir
ANSOLE Coordinator and International Organizer
Prof. Daniel Ayuk Mbi EGBI
Chairmanof the Scientific Committee
Prof. CHELALI Nacer-Eddine

The first international conference on solar energy
4-55 May 2015, University of BBA, Algeria

Conference Abstract Book Table of Contents
Conference Abstract Book Table of Contents ________________________________________________________________
____________________________________ 2
Conference Objectives _________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_________________________ 8
Organizing Committee ________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
________________________ 8
International Scientific Committee ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________ 9
Message from the conference chair ________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________ 12
CdTe Thin Film Solar Cells: Pathways to Successful Commercialization __________________________________________
________________________________
14
Organic Photovoltaics: Case Study on Poly(arylene-ethynylene)-alt-poly(arylene-vinylene)
Poly(arylene
–Based
Based Solar Cells ________ 15
MPPT CONTROLLERS FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS – CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECT ___________ 16

PROMISES AND CHALLENGES OF PEROVSKITE BASED SOLAR CELLS ____________________________________
________________________________
18
CONDOR ELECTRONICS, SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY CAPABILITIES ________________________________ 19
WIDE BAND-GAP
AP SEMICONDUCTORS FOR SOLAR CELLS APPLICATIONS _________________________________
________________________________ 21
EXPERIENCE DE CONDOR ELECTRONICS DANS LE DOMAINE DES ENR __________________________________
________________________________ 22
DAILY GLOBAL SOLAR RADIATION
TION FORECASTING MODEL BY SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE IN
GHARDAIA, ALGERIA ______________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
______________________ 25
EFFET DU RAYONNEMENT SOLAIRE SUR LA CONVECTION DANS LES BATIMENTS AU SAHARA
D’ALGERIE [CAS DE LA VILLE DE BECHAR] _______________________________________________________________
_______________________________ 26
SPACE RADIATION ENVIRONMENT OF ALSAT-2
ALSAT 2 AND ITS DEGRADATION EFFECT ON GAINP/GAAS/GE
SOLARCELLS ______________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
______________________________ 27
EFFECT OF SHIFTING OF ANTHRACENE UNITS ON THE PHOTOPHYSICAL AND PHOTOVOLTAIC
PROPERTIES OF ANTHRACENE-CONTAINING
CONTAINING PPE-PPVS
PPE
________________________________
__________________________________________________
28
VALORISATION DU SECHAGE SOLAIRE APPLIQUE A LA VIANDE CAMELINE PAR UNE ETUDE
COMPARATIVE ET L'EFFET DES DIFFERENTS
DIFFEREN PRETRAITEMENTS _______________________________________
________________________________
29
EFFECT OF EMERGING ENCAPSULANT MATERIALS ON PV MODULESPERFORMANCES AND DURABILITY:
LITERATURE REVIEW _____________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_____________________ 30
DEGRADATION EFFECTS IN C-SI
SI PV MODULES AFTER 11 YEARS OF FIELD OPERATION IN A DESERT
ENVIRONMENT ____________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
____________________________ 31
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF “BACK-CONTACT”“BACK
SEMICONDUCTOR JUNCTION WITH TWO DOPING TYPES
("N" AND "P") CONSECRATED
TED TO PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS _______________________________________
________________________________
32
NEW PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER FORECASTING MODELS USING PSO-NN
PSO NN IN GHARDAIA ____________________ 33
EMPIRICAL CORRELATION OF GLOBAL
GLOBAL SOLAR RADIATION WITH METEOROLOGICAL DATA FOR SOUTH
ALGERIA ________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
__________________________________ 34
ENERGY CONVERSION OPTIMIZATION OF SI-SOLAR
SI SOLAR CELL USING DIFFERENT WAVELENGTH FILTERS _ 35
CAS PRATIQUE DE L’EFFET DE LA TEMPÉRATURE SUR LA PRODUCTION ÉNERGÉTIQUE D’UN
GÉNÉRATEUR PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE INSTALLÉ AU SUD ALGÉRIEN _________________________________________
________________________________
36
IMPROVED SIMULATOR AND SMART GLOBAL MAXIMUM POWER
POWER PEAK TRACKING METHOD UNDER
PARTIALLY SHADED CONDITIONS ________________________________________________________________
________________________________________ 37

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SIMULATION STUDY OF A SINGLE EFFECT ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION SYSTEM USING GEOTHERMAL
SOURCES IN ALGERIA _____________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_____________________ 39
DIMENSIONING AND REALIZATION OF A BOOSTER AND EMERGENCY PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM FOR
LMSE LABORATORY OF BBA UNIVERSITY ________________________________________________________________
_________________________________ 40
ETUDE NUMERIQUE DE LA PERFORMANCE D’UNE CENTRALE
CENTRALE A CHEMINEE SOLAIRE EN ALGERIE ____ 41
LE SYSTEME DE POMPAGE SOLAIRE A LA REGION D’ADRAR _____________________________________________
________________________________
42
HYDROGEN EVOLUTION ON THE ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR
SEMICONDUCTOR UNDER VISIBLE LIGHT __________________ 43
EFFICACITES DU LA PHOTOCATALYSE SOLAIRE POUR LE TRAITEMENT DES EAUX CONTAMINEES PAR
DES POLLUANT ORGANIQUE ________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________ 44
OPTIMISATION DE LA SURFACE D’EVAPORATEUR DANS UNE INSTALLATION DE CLIMATISATION
SOLAIRE A ABSORPTION ________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________ 45
EXTRACTION OF SOLAR CELLS PARAMETERS USING VERTICAL AND LATERAL OPTIMIZATION METHODS
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________ 46

L’UTILISATION DE L’ENERGIE SOLAIRE POUR L’ELIMINATION D’UN POLLUANT ORGANIQUE EN MILIEU
AQUEUX ________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
___________________________________ 47
ESTIMATION OF MONTHLY MEAN DAILY GLOBAL
GLOBAL SOLAR IRRADIATION ON HORIZONTAL SURFACE
USING TEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY WITH ANN, A CASE STUDY IN ALGERIA ______________ 48
CONCEPTION, REALISATION ET EXPERIMENTATION D’UN CUISEUR SOLAIRE DE TYPE BOITE _________ 49
STUDY OF NEW CONFIGURATION PHOTOVOLTAIC PUMPING SYSTEM ___________________________________
________________________________
50
ETUDE THEORIQUE ET EXPERIMENTALE DES PARAMETRES DE FONCTIONNEMENT D’UN
D
CAPTEUR
SOLAIRE PLAN A AIR ______________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
______________________ 51
MODELISATION NUMERIQUE DE LA CONVECTION FORCEE DANS UN CANAL RECTANGULAIRE MUNI DE
CHICANES INCLINEES ________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________ 52
DETECTION ET L’IDENTIFICATION DE L’OMBRAGE PARTIEL PAR L’ANALYSE DE L’ I(V) ________________ 53
AMELIORATION DES PERFORMANCES THERMIQUES D’UN CAPTEUR SOLAIRE PLAN A CONCENTRATEUR
SURFACIQUE : ETUDE EXPERIMENTALE
EXPERIMENTALE DANS LA REGION DE BORDJ BOU ARRERIDJ __________________ 54
L’INFLUENCE DES TUBES CHAUFFANTS SUR LA CONVECTION NATURELLE DANS UNE SERRE_________ 55
OPTO-COMPUTER
UTER FAULT DETECTION: APPLICATION TO THE PRODUCTION OF PHOTOVOLTAΪQUES
PHOTOVOLTA
COMPONENTS _____________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_____________________________ 56
STUDY DESIGN OF PHOTOVOLTAIC PUMPING SYSTEM FOR THE WATER SUPPLY OF AN AGRICULTURAL
DIVERSITY ________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
________________________________ 57
ETUDE ET MODELISATION D’UN SYSTEME SOLAIRE PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE A BASSE CONCENTRATION LCPV
DANS UN MILIEU SAHARIEN ________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________ 58
CONCEPTION ET EXPERIMENTATION D’UN DISTILLATEUR SOLAIRE A EFFET DE SERRE _______________ 59
ETUDE ENERGETIQUE COMPARATIVE ENTRE UN MODULE PV___________________________________________
________________________________
62
STANDARD ET UN CAPTEUR HYBRIDE PV/T A AIR ________________________________________________________
________________________ 62
INTERFACES ELECTRODES / COUCHE ACTIVE DANS LES CELLULES SOLAIRES ORGANIQUES___________ 63
ELECTROCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOLUMINESCENCE OF NOVEL 3-(BENZO[B]THIOPHENE
3 BENZO[B]THIOPHENE-3yL)-5FULLEROPYRROLIDINEPYRIDINE ________________________________________________________________
________________________________________ 64
EFFECT OF TiO2 NANOPARTICLES INSERTION ON ELECTRODEPOSITED ZnO PROPERTIES ______________ 65

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EVA
A ENCAPSULANT ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES DURING PV MODULE MANUFACTURING __________________ 66
SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF N-TYPE
N TYPE INTERDIGITATED BACK CONTACT SILICON
HETEROJUNCTION (IBC-SiHJ)
SiHJ) SOLAR CELL STRUCTURE USING SILVACO TCAD ATLAS __________________ 67
ANTIMONY DOPING INDUCED P-TYPE
P TYPE CONDUCTIVITY OF ZnO THIN FILMS FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC
APPLICATION _____________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_____________________________ 68
IODIDE-CAPPED PbS QUANTUM DOTS: THIN FILM APPLICATION IN PHOTOVOLTAIC ___________________ 69
PERFORMANCE OF ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS AND LEDs BASEDON NEW POLYMERANTHRACENEPOLYMERANTHRACENE
CONTAINING PPE-PPV_____________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_____________________ 70
REPAIR AND RESTORATION OF THE OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SANDBLASTED GLASSES BY SILICASILICA
BASED SOL-GEL COATINGS ________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________ 71
TECHNIQUE SPR POUR AMELIORER LE RENDEMENT PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE DU ZnO _______________________ 72
MODELISATION DE MODULES PHOTOVOLTAÏQUES PAR LA METHODE NUMERIQUE ET PAR RESEAUX DE
NEURONES ARTIFICIELS ________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________ 73
GaAsN QUANTUM-WELL
WELL ACTIVE REGIONS
REG
FOR OPTOELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS ______________________ 74
CONTRIBUTION THEORIQUE A L’ETUDE DES PROPRIETES STRUCTURALES ET ELECTRONIQUES DES
SEMI-CONDUCTEURS,
CONDUCTEURS, UTILISES DANS LA FABRICATION DES CELLULES PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE
PHOTOVOLTAÏQU ___________ 76
PHOTOCHEMICAL APPLICATION ON A HYBRID INORGANIC-ORGANIC
INORGANIC ORGANIC PHOSPHATE MATERIAL _________ 77
CONTROL OF THE PURITY OF THE SILICA CRUCIBLE FOR DIRECTIONAL
DIRECTIONAL SOLIDIFICATION OF
MULTICRYSTALLINE SILICON INGOT USING NEUTRON ACTIVATION ANALYSES (NAA) TECHNIQUE ____ 78
EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULE TECHNOLOGIES UNDER SEMI-HUMID
SEMI
CLIMATE CONDITIONS ________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________ 80
STRUCTURAL, ELASTIC, ELECTRONIC AND CHEMICAL BONDING PROPERTIES OF THE SEMI
CONDUCTOR MATERIALS BA2OSH6: AN AB INITIO STUDY ________________________________________________
________________________________
81
MODELISATION D’UNE CELLULE SOLAIRE P-I-N
P N A BASE DE SILICIUM AMORPHE (A-SI:H)
(A
ET SILICIUM
NANOCRISTALLIN OXYDE (nc-SIOX:H) ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________ 83
INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFICIENCIES OF WURTZITE INDIUM GALLIUM
GALLIUM NITRIDE SOLAR CELL INXGa1________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________ 84
XN ________________________________________________________________
ORGANOMETAL HALIDE PEROVSKITE HYBRID SOLAR CELL BASED ON IN OR AL-DOPED
AL DOPED ZnO NANORODS
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________ 85

STRUCTURAL,
RAL, ELECTRONIC AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF CuGaX2 (X=S, Se) CHALCOPYRITE
SEMICONDUCTORS FOR SOLAR CELLS: AN AB INITIO CALCULATION ____________________________________
________________________________
86
STUDY OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF ZINC OXIDE THIN FILMS PREPARED
PREPARED BY THE SOL-GEL
SOL
METHOD AND DOPED LITHIUM FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS____________________________________
________________________________
87
CELLULE SOLAIRE A MULTI-PUITS
PUITS QUANTIQUES PAR SILVACO__________________________________________
________________________________
88
CONJUGATED
ONJUGATED POLYMERS INCORPORATING PHENYLENE UNITS WITH DISSYMETRIC SIDE CHAINS:
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION ________________________________________________________________
____________________________________ 89
EFFET DES PARAMETRES DE DEPOT SUR LES PROPRIETES PHYSIQUES DES COUCHES MINCES DE ZnO
Z
DEPOSEES PAR PYROLYSE POUR APPLICATIONS PHOTOVOLTAÏQUES ___________________________________
________________________________
90
SIMULATION OF TEMPERATURE INFLUENCE ON SEMICONDUCTORS A-SI
A SI AND GaAs/ a-Si
a
SOLAR CELLS
WITH AMPS-1D ____________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
____________________________ 91
EFFECT OF POROUS SILICON LAYERS ON ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF MULTI-CRYSTALLINE
MULTI CRYSTALLINE SILICON
WAFERS FOR SOLAR CELLS ________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________ 92

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COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN SOLAR CELLS PRODUCED BY TWO
TWO DIFFERENT METHODS OF
SYNTHESIS OF SILVER PASTE ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________ 93
ETUDE DES IMPURETES OI ET CS AU BORD DU LINGOT DE SI-MC
SI MC POUR APPLICATIONS
PHOTOVOLTAÏQUES _______________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_______________________ 94
FABRICATION AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ALUMINUM PHTHALOCYANINE CHLORIDE
ORGANIC FILMS ON TWO DIFFERENT SUBSTRATES p Si AND pInP _______________________________________
________________________________
95
ETUDE DES CARACTERISTIQUES ELECTRIQUES DE CELLULE
CELLULE SOLAIRE A HETEROJONCTION CdS/CIGS
(CADMIUM- SULFIDE/ CUIVRE- INDIUMINDIUM GALLIUM- SELENIUM) _________________________________________
________________________________
96
THE EFFECT OF THE DEPOSITION POTENTIAL APPLIED TO THE STRUCTURAL AND OPTICAL
PROPERTIES OF THIN FILMS
MS OF CUPROUS OXIDE PREPARED BY THE ELECTRODEPOSITION TECHNIC 97
MODELISATION DE MODULES PHOTOVOLTAÏQUES PAR RESEAUX DE NEURONES ARTIFICIELS ________ 98
PHYSICAL AND GEOMETRICAL EFFECT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF CIGS SOLAR CELLS ________________ 99
METHODE DE CALCUL DES PARAMETRES DE LA FIABILITE DE POMPAGE AU FIL DU SOLEIL A L’AIDE
DES CHAINES DE MARKOV ________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________ 100
OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ZnSe 1-XOX AND THEIR UTILITY FOR SOLAR CELLS APPLICATIONS ____ 101
GROUND STATE PROPERTIES FROM AB INITIO CALCULATIONS
CALCULATIONS OF CdS AND CDTE BINARY ALLOYS FOR
PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS ________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________ 102
Cu (In, Ga) Se2 SOLAR CELLS, NUMERICAL SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS _________________________________
________________________________ 103
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CO-ELECTROPLATED
CO ELECTROPLATED CUZNSN PRECURSOR FOR Cu2ZnSnSe4
(CZTS) SEMICONDUCTING THIN FILMS ________________________________________________________________
__________________________________ 104
A NUMERICAL STUDY OF HIGH EFFICIENCY ULTRA THIN CdS/CIGS SOLAR CELL ______________________ 105
EVALUATION D’UNE BATTERIE A PLOMB PAR LA METHODE ELECTROCHIMIQUE _____________________ 106
CONTRIBUTION A L'ELABORATION DANS PANNEAU PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE DE PUISSANCE
PUI
PAR DES
COMMANDES AVANCEES (LOGIQUE FLOUE) ____________________________________________________________
____________________________ 107
MODELING AND SIMULATION OF PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM ADAPTED BY AN MPPT CONTROL __________ 108
STRUCTURAL
RUCTURAL AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF MnAs IN DIFFERENT TYPE STRUCTURES ____________ 109
PP-PW
PW FORMALISM STUDY OF STRUCTURAL, ELASTIC,ELECTRONIC AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF
CUBIC PEROVSKITES HYDRIDES NABEH3 AND LiBeH3 : FIRST PRINCIPLES CONTRIBUTION ____________ 110
ELASTIC AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF rh3X (X = ZR, NB AND TA) INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS_ 111
EFFECT OF ILLUMINATION ON THE BEHAVIOR OF AL/MgPc/N-GaAs/AL
AL/MgPc/N GaAs/AL ORGANIC SCHOTTKY DIODE FOR
PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS ________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________ 112
SYNTHESE ET CARACTERISATION D'UN NANOMATERIAU HYBRIDE OBTENU PAR IN SITU
POLYMERISATION
ERISATION OXYDATIVE A BASE DES DIFFERENTS POLYMERES CONDUCTEURS ET D’UNE
NANOPARTICULE DE DIOXYDE DE TITANE : APPLICATION DANS LE DOMAINE DES ENERGIES
ALTERNATIVES ___________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
___________________________ 113
A THEORETICAL STUDY OF THE INGAN SOLAR CELL ____________________________________________________
____________________ 114
MODELING AND SIMULATION OF A MPPT BASED CHARGE CONTROLLERFOR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM 116
OPTIMISATION
DU
STOCKAGE
DE
L’ENERGIEPHOTOVOLTAÏQUE
PAR
L’UTILISATION
DESSUPERCONDENSATEURS ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________ 117
STUDY ON THERMAL ELECTRICAL EFFICIENCY OF SOLAR COLLECTOR USING WATER ________________ 118
FORECASTING THE PV PANEL OPERATING CONDITIONS USING ________________________________________
________________________________
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THE DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS METHOD ________________________________________________________________
________________________________ 119
MULTI PHOTOVOLTAIC GENERATORS USING
USING FOR SOLVING OF UNBALANCE PROBLEM OF VOLTAGE
SOURCES IN THE NPC 9-LEVEL
LEVEL INVERTER TOPOLOGY __________________________________________________
________________________________
120
A STUDY OF SOLAR CALCULATIONS FOR TWO COLORED RAINBOW SYSTEM ____________________________ 121
A STUDY OF EVALUATION OF SOLAR ENERGY SIMULATION AND MODELLING SYSTEMS _______________ 122
ANALYSE THERMIQUE D’UN CAPTEUR SOLAIRE HYBRIDE PVT EN 3D __________________________________
________________________________ 123
JATROPHA CURCAS CRUDE OIL AS A POTENTIAL CANDIDATE FOR HEAT TRANSFER FLUID AND
THERMAL STORAGE MATERIAL IN A CONCENTRATING SOLAR POWER PLANTS IN AFRICA ____________ 124
REVIEW OF POLICIES ENCOURAGING RENEWABLE ENERGY INTEGRATION & BEST PRACTICES _______ 125
PERFORMANCE AND OPTIMIZATION OF SOLAR DESICCANT COOLING SYSTEM ________________________ 126
EFFET DE LA NATURE DE JONCTION COLLECTEUR-CHEMINEE
COLLECTEUR CHEMINEE SUR L’ECOULEMENT PAR CONVECTION
NATURELLE DANS UN SYSTEME RADIAL DE CHAUFFAGE SOLAIRE_____________________________________
________________________________
127
FUZZY LOGIC MPPT CONTROL STRATEGY FOR 3-PHASE
3
GRID-CONNECTED
CONNECTED PV SYSTEM WITH LYAPONOV
DC BUS REGULATION ____________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
____________________ 128
PREDICTION OF THE LEVELIZED COST OF ELECTRICITY OF PARABOLIC TROUGH SOLAR THERMAL
POWER PLANT USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS _________________________________________________
________________________________
130
NOVEL ALGORITHM TO TRACK THE GLOBAL MAXIMUM POWER POINT OF PV ARRAY UNDER PARTIAL
SHADED CONDITIONS ____________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
____________________ 131

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ETUDE ET REALISATION D’UN PROTOTYPE MOBILE D’UN SYSTEME PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE AUTONOME__ 134
DIMENSIONNEMENT, MODELISATION D'ECLAIRAGE PUBLIC PAR ENERGIE PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE D'UN
QUARTIER A ADRAR ______________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
______________________ 135
MODELING, SIMULATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF NEW MAXIMUM POWER POINT FOR SOLAR CAR
APPLICATION ____________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
____________________________ 136
MULTI-AGENT
AGENT SYSTEMS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL ____________________ 137
PERFORMANCE OF AN INTEGRATED SOLAR COMBISYSTEM IN A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING UNDER
ALGERIAN CLIMATIC CONDITIONS ________________________________________________________________
______________________________________ 138
SIZING OF A SOLAR PUMPING SYSTEM: APPLICATION TO THE SIDI BOUATMAN STATION ______________ 139
EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON THE SUBSTRATE CU(In,Ga)Se2 SOLAR CELL
PERFORMANCES _________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_________________________ 140
A STUDY ON PHOTOVOLTAIC /BATTERY AND SUPER CAPACITOR HYBRID SYSTEM BASED ON PMSM
DRIVE FOR ELECTRIC ELEVATOR APPLICATION ________________________________________________________
________________________ 141
ARTIFICIAL SYSTEM TO STUDY THE INFLUENCE OF DUST ON SOLAR PANEL ___________________________ 142
THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATIC CONDITIONS ON PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULES
PERFORMANCE IN THE SAHARAN REGION ______________________________________________________________
______________________________ 143
COMPARISON OF PERTURB & OBSERVE AND INCREMENTAL CONDUCTANCE IN MAXIMUM POWER
POINT TRACKING FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM
SYST
USING BOOST CONVERTER____________________________ 144

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ETUDE COMPARATIVE DE DEUX CONFIGURATIONS DE CAPTEUR SOLAIRE A AIR DESTINEE AU
SECHAGE SOLAIRE MODELISATION ET SIMULATION NUMERIQUE _____________________________________
________________________________
145
CARACTERISATION DU MATERIAU COMPOSITE (POLYANILINE/MnO2) ET SON APPLICATION DANS LES
CELLULES PHOTOVOLTAÏQUES ________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________ 146
L'ENERGIE PV DANS LES BATIMENTS RESIDENTIELS ___________________________________________________
________________________________
147
A NEW NON ISOLATED MULTI-INPUTS
INPUTS MULTI-OUTPUT
MULTI
________________________________
__________________________________________________
148
DC-DC
DC CONVERTER TO INTERFACE DC LINKED HYBRID ________________________________________________
________________________________
148
POWER SYSTEMS _________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_________________________ 148
L’APPLICATION DE LA MECANIQUE DES FLUIDES AUX PROFITS DES DISPOSITIFS MINIATURES (CAS
ET MICROVALVES) _______________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________
_______________________ 149
CONCEPTION ET DIMENSIONNEMENT D’UN SYSTEME PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE COUPLE AU RESEAU
ELECTRIQUE DE GHARDAÏA ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________ 150
NONLINEAR CONTROL OF GRID CONNECTED PV SYSTEMS WITH THREE LEVEL NPC INVERTER _______ 151
THE PARAMETERS OF PHOTOVOLTAIC EVOLUTION IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT STATION __________ 152
RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN
IN ALGERIA: NOW…TOMORROW ____ 153
FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER SYSTEM USING DC-DC
DC DC BOOST CONVERTER _____ 154
ETUDES DES PERFORMANCES D’UNE CELLULE PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE TANDEM A BASE DE CIGS ________ 155
THE THEORETICAL STUDY AND REALIZATION OF A SOLAR CYLINDRICAL PARABOLIC CONCENTRATOR
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________ 156

SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF A PHOTOVOLTAIC GRID-CONNECTED
GRID CONNECTED SYSTEM WITH ACTIVE AND
REACTIVE POWER CONTROL ________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________ 157

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Conference Objectives
A comprehensive presentation of the state-of-the-art
state
art as well as research development
deve
and challenges in the photovoltaic field.
Discussion of the topics such as new materials, novel device concepts and
applications.
Analysis of the opportunities and barriers hindering photovoltaics development in the
world and in Algeria.
To derive
rive profit from the universal world experiences in the domain of solar energy.
Supporting the foundation of national renewableenergy association in Algeria.
Giving the opportunity to discuss drawn practical recommendations on the subject.

Organizing Committee
ttee
Mohamed ABADA
Larbi AISSAT
Larbi BELAGRAA
Sabrina BENABBAS
Belal BENKECHIDA
Hanane BENSAID
Mounira BOUABDALLAH
Sofiane BOUDJEMEA
Abdel Hamid BOUGUERRA
Said BRAHIMI
Hocine DEHAMNA
Saleh DAOUD
Daniel A. M. EGBE
Nabila GRAR
Hocine HERICHE
Abdel Hamid IRATNI
Abdelghani KHALDI
Zineddine LEFKIR
Nacer LOGZIT
Messaoud MOSTEFAI
Ammar NOUI
Elhadj RAOUACHE
Khaled ROUABAH
Larbi SELMANI
Tahar TAYEBI
Abdelbaki YASSAAD

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International Scientific Committee
Dr Getachew ADAM

Dilla Univ., Ethiopia

Dr. Kamel AGROUI

CRTSE, Alger, Algeria.

Prof. Ahmed AL-SALAYMEH

Jordan Univ., Jordan

Prof. Abdelaziz AMARA

Annaba Univ., Algeria.

Prof. Khaled AYADI

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. AYUK MBI EGBE Daniel

Linz Univ., Austria

Prof. Boubakeur Azoui

Batna Univ., Algeria

Dr. Majda Amina AZIZA

CDER, Alger, Algeria.

Prof Yao AZOUMAH

2ie Univ., , Togo

Prof. Hakim BAAZIZ

M’Sila Univ., Algeria.

Prof. Mohammed Baghdad

Mostaganem Univ., Algeria

Prof. Mouloud BAKLI,

Air Liquide, UEA: Emirates

Prof. Abdelfettah BARHDADI

ENS, Rabat , Morocco

Prof. Maamar.BELHADJI

Oran Es-Sénia Univ., Algeria

Prof. Abdelkrim BENIAICHE

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Simona BINETTI

Milano Univ., Italy

Prof. Noureddine BENSLIM

Annaba Univ., Algeria

Prof. Abderrahmane BELGHACHI

Béchar Univ., Algeria

Dr. Nabil BELKHIR

Setif Univ. Algeria

Dr. Amina BENHAMOU

Boumerdes Univ,. Algeria

Prof. Hocine BEN MOUSSA

Batna Univ., Algeria

Prof. Nourredine BOUAOUADJA

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Nadir BOUARISSA

M’Sila Univ. Algeria

Dr. Idris BOUCHAMA

M’Sila Univ., Algeria

Prof. Bachir BOUCHEKIMA

Ouargla Univ., Algeria

Dr. Amor BOUHDJAR

CDER, Alger, Algeria.

Dr. Bounoughaz Moussa

Boumerdes Univ, Algeria.

Prof. Chaabane BOUSBAA

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Abla CHAKER

Constantine 1 Univ., Algeria

Prof. Zoulikha CHARIFI

M’Sila Univ., Algeria

Prof. Mohamed CHEGAAR

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Nacer-Eddine CHELALI

BBA Univ., Algeria

Dr. Zivayi CHIGUVARE

NEI Windhoek, Namibia

Dr. Abdellah CHORFA

Setif Univ. Algeria

Dr. Aissa CHOUDER

M’Sila Univ., Algeria.

Prof. Mahfoud DJEZZAR

Constantine 1 Univ., Algeria

Prof. Abdelaziz DRICI

Annaba Univ., Algeria

Prof. Said DRID

Batna Univ., Algeria

Prof. Lassaad EL MIR

Ibn Saud IslamicUniv., Saudi Arabia.

Dr. Kouider FERRIA

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Yasser GABER DESSOUKY

Arab Academy of Sci & Tech, Egypt

Prof. Gerhard GOBSCH

T. Univ., Ilmenau, Germany

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Dr. Nabila GRAR

BBA Univ.; Algeria

Dr. Hocine GUESSAS

Setif Univ., Algeria.

Prof. Serap GUNES

Yildiz Technical Univ., Turkey

Prof. Bouzid HADJOUDJA

Annaba Univ., Algeria

Prof. Mohamed HAMIDOUCHE

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. abderrachid HELMAOUI

Bechar Univ., Algeria.

Prof. Anouar JORIO

Fes Univ., Morocco

Dr. Robinson JUMA MUSEMBI

Nairobi Univ., Kenya

Prof. Dr. César KAPSEU

Yaoundé Univ., Cameroon

Prof. Mohamed KECHOUANE

STHB Univ. Algeria

Dr. Mostafa KOLLI

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Kamel LOUCIF

Setif Univ. Algeria

Dr. Toufik MAHDAOUI

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Hj. Hassan MASJUKI

Malaya Univ., Malaysia

Prof. Saad MEKHILEF

Malaya Univ., Malaysia

Prof. Leila MOKHNECHE

Batna Univ., Algeria

Dr. Faiza MOKHTARI MERAH

TiziOuzou Univ. Algeria

Prof. Messaoud MOSTEFAI

BBA Univ., Algeria

Prof. Abdelkader NOUIRI

Oum El Bouaghi Univ., Algeria

Dr. Emmanuel RAMDE

Kumasi Univ., Ghana

Prof. Samir ROMDHAN

El-Manar Univ., Tunis, Tunisia

Dr. Zahir ROUABAH

BBA Univ. Algeria

Prof. Abdelkader SAIDANE

ENP ORAN, Algeria.

Prof. Rahman SAIDUR

Malaya Univ., Malaysia

Prof. Salima SAIB

M’Sila Univ., Algeria.

Dr. Larbi SELMANI

BBA Univ. Algeria

Dr. Maayouf SI ABADALLAH

M’Sila Univ., Algeria.

Prof. Nouar TABET

(QEERI) Institute, Qatar

Prof. Mahlia T.M. INDRA

Malaya Univ., Malaysia

Dr. Daniel YAMEGUEU

Ouagadougou Univ., Burkina Faso

Prof. Abdellatif ZERGA

Tlemcen

Dr. Brahim ZITOUNI

Setif Univ. Algeria

Prof. Izzedine ZORKANI

Fes Univ. Morocco

Prof. ER ZUHAL

Istanbul Univ., Turkey.

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Message from the conference chair

The size of the Algerian Sahara could capture enough solar energy to meet the entire
world's
d's electricity needs, according to Mr. Kaveh Zahedi, Deputy Director, UNEP's World
Conservation Monitoring Centre based in Cambridge. This is one of the main reasons, which
led our country to a significant launch program of the production of electricity from
f
photovoltaic solar energy. Indeed the sun lighting is one of the most valuable resources in
Algeria that might ensure more economic growth, employability, less dependence to
conventional fossil energy sources and overall improved living conditions. In connection with
the development of the Algerian energy industry, clean solar energy would at the same time
reduce the carbon dioxide gas emissions and contribute to the environment preservation.
preservation
The aim of INCOSOLE 2015 is to provide an interactive meetingg forum for researchers,
students, scientists, engineers, technology and business leaders from industry, authorities in a
convivial space, this to strengthen links, promote collaborations and share knowledge in
regards to the treated subject of solar energy.
energ

The Conference chair
Dr. ROUABAH Zahir

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Plenary Speakers

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Prof. Nowshad Amin

CdTe Thin Film Solar Cells: Pathways to Successful Commercialization
Nowshad Amin 1,2,3
1

Department of Electrical, Electronic and Systems
Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and
Built Environment, The National University of Malaysia, 43600 Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia
2

Solar Energy Research Institute, The National University of Malaysia, 43600 Bangi,
Selangor,
Malaysia
3
Advanced Materials Research Chair, Chemistry Department, College of Sciences, King Saud
University, Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia
*e-mail:
mail: nowshad@ukm.edu.my
ABSTRACT
Since the inception of solar cells in Bell Labs almost 60 years ago, rigorous efforts were made
to get real benefit
enefit from it and that is what mega to giga-watt-peak
giga
peak solar farms are no more
dream today. Even though the first generation solar cells that are mainly crystalline or
multicrystalline silicon based ones are still dominating, the quest for other options showed
sh
many other potential candidates such as amorphous silicon, cadmium telluride, coppercopper
indium-suphide
suphide etc. since early 70s. Ever since the second generation solar cells came into the
scenario, most of these are thin films based which require many supporting
supporting layers to form the
complete cells in homo or hetero junction configurations. Semiconductor material science
including fabrication technology on many compound semiconductors has been evolving over
the period of time. Many of these are now in commercialization
commercialization stages whereas conversion
efficiencies continue to mark over 20% till present (e.g. CIGS, CdTe). This talk will include
especially CdTe thin film solar cells from its inception to research arena toward successful
commercialization till to date. Historical
Historical chronology on all constituting material properties
and fabrication technologies will be presented. Moreover, it will show the limitations with
existing configurations and the potential solutions with the incorporation of novel but
inexpensive ideas.
Keywords: Solar Photovoltaics; Thin film solar cells; CdTe;

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Prof. Daniel Ayuk Mbi Egbe

Organic Photovoltaics: Case Study on Poly(arylene-ethynylene)-alt
Poly(arylene
alt-poly(arylenevinylene) –Based
Based Solar Cells
Daniel Ayuk Mbi Egbe
Linz Institute for Organic Solar
Solar Cells, Physical Chemistry, Johannes Kepler University Linz,
Altenbergerstr. 69, 4040 Linz, Austria.
Emails: daniel_ayuk_mbi.egbe@jku.at and daniel.egbe@ansole.org
ABSTRACT
Since the discovery of electrical conductivity
conductivity in doped polyacetylene by Shirakawa et al.,1 enormous
progress has been achieved in the design, synthesis and detailed studies of the properties and
applications of π-conjugated
conjugated polymers.
The first part of this keynote lectures provides an overview
overview on organic photovoltaics with emphasis on
the various synthetic approaches which have led to high performance materials for organic solar cells,
for instance, by either lowering the material energy band gap, or broadening the material absorption
spectra,
tra, or adjusting the donor material HOMO and LUMO energy levels to those of the widely used
acceptor materials PC60BM and PC70BM, or designing of compatible acceptor materials, etc.2
In the second part of the lecture, the focus will be directed on poly(arylene
poly(arylene-ethynylene)-altpoly(arylene-vinylene)s, PAE-PAVs,
PAVs, a new class of conjugated materials combining the interesting
intrinsic properties of both poly(arylene-ethynylene)s
poly(arylene
(PAEs) and poly(arylene-vinylene)s
vinylene)s (PAVs) in
addition to structure-specific
specific features.
featur 3 PAE-PAVs
PAVs were used to demonstrate that by systematic
variation of the conjugated backbone in combination with grafting of appropriate lateral alkoxy side
chains and by fine tuning of the molecular-weight
molecular weight parameters, efficient photoactive polymers have
been synthesized, which have exhibited state-of-the-art
state
art solar cells efficiencies of PPV-based
PPV
materials
and have served as basis in the gaining of valuable insight on the nanomorphology of solar cells active
layer.4 In addition some of the materials were used in the design of innovative light-emitting
light
diodes
(OLED)5

Keywords:: organic photovoltaics, materials design, polymers, PAE-PAVs,
PAE PAVs, nanomorphology.
nanomorphology
1.
2.

Shirakawa, H et al. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun.1977, 578-580
a) Cheng Y.-J et al. Chem. Rev.
Rev 2009, 109, 5868. b) H. Zhou et al. Macromolecules2012,
Macromolecules
45, 607-632,
c)Chochos, C. L. et al. Prog. Polym Sci. 2011, 36, 1326-1414.
3. a) Egbe, D. A. M. et al. Prog. Polym. Sci. 2009, 34, 1023-1067.
1023 1067. b) Egbe, D. A. M et al. J. Mater. Chem.
2011, 21, 1338 – 1349. c) Oppelt K.
K T. et al. J. Am. Soc. 2014, 136, 12721-12729.
12729.
4. a) Troshin, P. A et al. Adv. Energy Mater. 2013, 3, 161-166.
161 166. b) Kästner, C. et al. J. Mater. Chem. A 2013, 1,
3961–3969.
3969. c) Tinti, F. et al., RSC Adv. 2013, 3, 6972-6980.
6972 6980. d) Kästner, C. et al., J. Mater. Chem. A 2015,
3, 395-403
5. White, M. S. et al. Nature Photonics 2013,7, 811-816
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Prof. Saad Mekhilef

MPPT CONTROLLERS FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC
APPLICATIONS – CURRENT
ENT STATUS AND FUTURE
PROSPECT
Saad Mekhilef
Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Building, University of
Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

ABSTRACT
Photovoltaic (PV) energy is one of the best renewable energy sources to replace the use of
fossil fuel for electricity generation. However, the maximum power available from the PV
arrayy is firmly depending on the solar intensity and load.
The efficiency of solar cells depends on many factors such as temperature, insolation, spectral
characteristics of sunlight, dirt, shadow, and so on. Changes in insolation on panels due to fast
climatic
ic changes such as cloudy weather and increase in ambient temperature can reduce the
photovoltaic (PV) array output power. In other words, each PV cell produces energy
pertaining to its operational and environmental conditions. In addressing the poor efficiency
effic
of PV systems, some methods are proposed, among which is a new concept called “maximum
power point tracking” (MPPT). All MPPT methods follow the same goal which is
maximizing the PV array output power by tracking the maximum power on every operating
condition.
There are a large number of MPPT algorithms that are able to track MPPs. Some of them are
simple, such as those based on voltage and current feedback, and some are more complicated,
such as perturbation and observation (P&O) or the incremental conductance (IncCond)
method. They also vary in complexity, sensor requirement, speed of convergence, cost, range
of operation, popularity, ability to detect multiple local maxima, and their applications. This
paper will provide an overview of the current MPPTs methods and future prospects of their
application in PV system.

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Dr. Mouloud BAKLI

OVERVIEW OF WORLDWIDE SOLAR PV MARKET AND
LEADING EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES.
TECHNOLOGIES
Mouloud BAKLI, Air liquide, United Arab Emirates.
ABSTRACT
Over last few years, Solar PV market landscape has gone through tremendous changes with
several waves, the growth at the Giga Watt scale, then the wave of introducing new emerging
or disruptive technologies. The resulting outcome is that the grid parity has been reached in
several countries
ountries well ahead of initial forecasts and PV electricity has now reached levels in
terms of LCoE (Levelized cost of electricity) which are well below CSP/Wind and other Ren
Energy sources.We will discuss and illustrate those changes in both market dynamics
dynam and we
will benchmark worldwide emerging technologies.

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Prof. Nouar Tabet

Promises and Challenges of Perovskite Based Solar Cells
N. Tabet, M. I. Hossain, A. Belaidi, and F. Al Harbi.
Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, (QEERI).
Qatar Foundation, Doha, Qatar.
ABSTRACT

Recently, perovskite based hybrid solar cells emerged as a novel and promising device that
could provide an alternative to current silicon Photovoltaic technology. The power conversion
efficiency of these cells improved drastically over the last three years and exceeded 20%. In
addition, cost effective solution processing methods are used for the fabrication of the device.
This unprecedented increase of the performance over a short period of time combined with a
low cost of the manufacturing process made many experts believe that the era of silicon
dominance on the PV market may be close to its end. However many important issues need
to be addressed before perovskite solar cells enter the market. The most critical of them
the are
the low stability of the device and the presence of lead in the absorbing layer because of its
toxicity. The degradation of the performance of the cells can result from the exposure to UV
radiation or moisture. However, recently a more serious instability
instability was reported under
external bias due to the electromigration of the charged species across the active layer of the
device. We will review the R&D paths to address these major challenges and discuss our own
results showing the promises of replacing the
the expensive spiro OMeTAD by a p-type
p
oxide
layer as hole transport material (HTM).

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Prof. Abdelkader TOUZI

Condor Electronics, Solar Photovoltaic Energy Capabilities
Abdelkader TOUZI, Assistant of General Manager SPA Condor Electronics.
Electronics
Email : atouzi@condor.dz
ABSTRACT:
The acceleration of economic and social development of Algeria has generated a significant
increase in demand for energy. To meet its energy needs, the country has defined an energy
strategy to secure energy supplies and to optimize
optimize access while streamlining consumption and
protecting the environment.
The National Program for Renewable Energy Development and of Solar Photovoltaic, in
particular, is well in line with the international trend, which face increasing energy demand
and thee challenge of global warming, up renewable energy, particularly solar energy of its
priorities for a gradual transition to a low carbon economy.
Moreover, it is now a truism to say that energy is a key factor in development. And the theme
of renewable energy
rgy is nowadays a relevant currency, relative to their expected contribution
to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change, related to the consumption of fossil fuels, in
terms of release into the atmosphere of greenhouse effect gas.
Faced with these challenges,
hallenges, the SPA Electronic Condor decided to respond to societal
development challenges of the hour and to move towards a sustainable development for future
generations and that, by investing in a manufacturing plant of photovoltaic solar panels.
This choice
hoice is dictated by the fact that Algeria has a solar field among the largest in the world.
In addition, the strategy of the SPA Condor Electronics part of the national energy policy that
provides 40% of the production of renewable electricity by 2030.
This
is approach is also involved in the overall development process, to stimulate the transition
from an economy based on natural resources to a green economy, focused on competitiveness
and innovation. In addition, we all see that countries that have relied on
on these technologies
collect fruit today, in terms of employment and growth.

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Today Condor panel manufacturing plant is a living witness; and this investment is a real
opportunity for all national operators to engage in national integration of national photovoltaic
phot
components.
Also, for the promotion of innovative ideas and facilitate their implementation in industry,
research and development is unavoidable, and the human factor, highly qualified, a key
success factor in all initiatives.
The interest of Condor
or Electronics in Innovation is mainly driven by the developments on the
solar energy sector internationally and by the ambition of Algeria to become a leading player
in the region.
Strengthening the university-enterprise
university enterprise relationship will undoubtedly develop,
deve
through
scientific research, problem--solving
solving capacity that meets today the Algerian economic
enterprise and identify avenues for cooperation and concrete partnerships to launch.

Key words: Renewable Energy DevelopmentDevelopment Solar Photovoltaic- SPA Condor Electronicspanel manufacturing plant- university-enterprise
university
relationship-PV
PV solar applications.

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Prof. Bouarissa Nadir

Wide band-gap
gap semiconductors for solar cells applications
N. Bouarissa
Laboratory of Materials Physics and Its Applications, University
University of M'sila, 28000 M'sila,
Algeria
E-mail: n_bouarissa@yahoo.fr
ABSTRACT
Wide band-gap
gap semiconductors based on II-VI
II VI compound semiconductors are attractive for
several device applications including light emitters
emitters and detectors operating in the
visible/ultraviolet spectral region, and transparent electronics. Besides, research and
development efforts on alloys and nano-structured
nano structured materials related to them may also provide
the ability to tune the semiconductor band-gap
ba gap energy in the visible and ultraviolet spectral
region. This talk consists of a general overview on the wide band-gap
band gap semiconductors based
on II-VI
VI compounds and their alloys and nano-structured
nano structured related materials. The importance of
the solar energy ass a renewable energy source and possible applications of these materials as
solar or photovoltaic cells will be also presented and discussed.

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Mr Benahama Boualem

Expérience de Condor Electronics dans le domaine des EnR
Mr Boualem BENHAMMADA, Directeur d’Unité Fabrication De Panneaux Photovoltaïques
Email : bbenhammada@condor.dz ; bbenhammada@yahoo.fr

RESUME :
Présentation de l’expérience de Condor Electronics
Electronics dans le domaine des
Energies Renouvelables :
Processus de fabrication des panneaux solaires photovoltaïques.
Relations de Condor Solar avec le monde extérieur.
Projets futures de Condor Solar dans l’énergie solaire.

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Session Descriptions

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TOPIC-1
Solar energy in Algeria
ORAL PRESENTATIONS

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DAILY GLOBAL SOLAR RADIATION FORECASTING MODEL BY
SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE IN GHARDAIA, ALGERIA
S.Belaid Boualita, A.Mellit

b

a

Unité de Recherche Appliquée en Energies
Energies Renouvelables, URAER, Centre de Développement des Energies
renouvelables, CDER, 47133, Ghardaïa, Algeria.
b
Faculty of Sciences and Technology, Université de Djijel, Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: sabribelaid@yahoo.fr

ABSTRACT
The solarr radiation is a very random phenomenon, its modeling and its forecast has always been an
actuality subject and a challenge for the researchers, because aprior knowledgeof solarradiationis
important forbetter management andcontrol of the various solar installations, mainlyphotovoltaic or
thermal systems.Our
Our work aims to develop forecasting models of daily global solar radiation DGSR in
southern region of Algeria (Ghardaia), which is characterized by an arid climate. Recently, SVM
(Support Vector Machine) which
ich is a method based on the statistical training is very much used for the
modeling and the forecast of the weather parameters. This method SVM, was developed by (Vapnik
1995)andProved hisachievementin
isachievementin computerscience,bioinformatics,
computerscience,bioinformatics andenvironmental science,
science and
givesgoodresults. In this work SVM method is applied to predict daily global solar radiation
radia
DGSR
and monthly mean daily global solar radiation MmDGSR for the site of Ghardaia, Algeria. This site is
characterized by an arid climate.
climate. For this purpose, maximum temperature (Tmax), minimum
temperature (Tmin), Tmax-Tmin, average temperature (Tmean), extraterrestrial radiation (H0) and maximum
sunshine duration (S0) are used as input to predict daily global solar radiation DGSR for one step
ahead. Used data in this work are collected during the period 2012 to 2015. A comparison between
these variouss models it makes to select the adequate one characterizing the site.
site. The performance of
selected models gave NRMSE between 12.74% and 12.875%, and R² of 0.898 to 0.901, concerning
estimation. For forecast; NRMSE varies of 13.163% to 13.305%, and R² varies of 0.894 to 0.896.
0.896
Keywords: Global solar radiation, support vector machine, forecast.
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Vapnik, V. (1995). The nature of statistical learning theoryVerlag .new york, Springer.

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EFFET DU RAYONNEMENT SOLAIRE SUR LA CONVECTION DANS
LES BATIMENTS AU SAHARA D’ALGERIE [CAS DE LA VILLE DE
BECHAR]
E.H. Benachour a, M. Hasnat a, B. Draoui a, L. Rahmani a, K. Asnoune

a

a

Département des sciences, Faculté des Sciences et Technologies, Laboratoire ENERGARID, Université de
TAHRI MOHAMED,
MED, Bechar, Algérie.
Corresponding Author E-mail: Benachour_elhadj@yahoo.fr

RESUME
L’énergie solaire arrivant sur notre planète représente une source d’énergie extraordinaire, la terre
reçoit plus de 10 000 fois la puissance énergétique totale installée
installée par l’homme aujourd’hui. Les
principaux avantages apportes par l’énergie solaire sont sa propreté et sa disponibilité. Dans une
habitation bioclimatique, cette énergie apporte à ses occupants de la lumière et de la chaleur. Lorsque
le rayonnement frappe
ppe les facettes extérieures des murs provoque la diffusion de chaleur ce qu’il
pousse le déclanchement de convection à l’intérieur de bâti. Ce travail présente une étude et
simulation numérique visant le rôle et l’influence du rayonnement solaire global
global dans les zones ou il
ya un potentiel solaire important comme la ville de Bechar située au sud ouest d’Algérie sur la
convection naturelle et le confort thermique dans le bâti au Sahara. A ce propos, le code fluent a été
choisi pour calculer le transfert
sfert thermique et les coefficients d’échanges en variant le rayonnement
solaire calculer expérimentalement au laboratoire ENERGARID à l’université de Tahri Mohamed à
Bechar pour bute d’étudier son influence sur le confort en particulier en zones arides.
Mots clés :Energie
Energie Solaire, Bâtiment, Chauffage, Convection Naturelle, Méthodes Numériques, Efficacité
Energétique, Performance Energétique.

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SPACE RADIATION ENVIRONMENT OF ALSAT-2
ALSAT 2 AND ITS
DEGRADATION EFFECT ON GAINP/GAAS/GE SOLARCELLS
SOLARCELL
N. Benkara
enkara Mohammed a, S. Benkara Mahammed

b

a

Department of Sciences and Techniques, Faculty of Sciences and Technology,University of Mohamed Bachir
El-Ibrahimi, Elannasser, 34000, Bordj-Bou-Arreridj,
Bordj
Algeria.
b
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University International
Islamic Malaysia, Jalan Gombak, 53100, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia.
Corresponding Author E-mail: nadjima2004@yahoo.com

ABSTRACT
Surrounding the earth, and throughout
throughout outer space, significant levels of radiation particles exist. These
particles include protons, electrons, heavy ions, and other forms of radiation. Different regions are
known to contain different amounts of various types of particles, which all have slightly
s
different
effects on electronic devices. Therefore, when designing a space-based
space based system, it is important to
understand the environment in which the system will be operating and the radiation hazards that can
be expected. The present research is an analysis of radiation environment of ALSAT-2
ALSAT Algerian
satellite launched in 2010 using SPENVIS, ESA operational software. Subsequently, the proton and
electron radiation effects on GaInP/GaAs/Ge 3Jsolar cells are investigated and correlated with the
displacement
cement damage dose and the life duration of thesolar cells on ALSAT-2
ALSAT 2 LEO orbit is predicted.
Keywords:space
:space radiation, GaInP/GaAs/Ge solar cells, displacement damage dose.
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nts and Methods in Physics
Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 307(2013) 362-365.
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Nuclear Science,
IEEE Transactions on, 53(2006) 3771-3778.
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EFFECT OF SHIFTING OF ANTHRACENE UNITS ON THE
PHOTOPHYSICAL AND PHOTOVOLTAIC PROPERTIES OF
ANTHRACENE
ANTHRACENE-CONTAINING
PPE-PPVS
PPVS
S. Boudiba a,b ,G. Adam a,L.Boudiba a, S. Bouguessa a,A. Gouasmia a, N.S. Sariciftci b, D.A.M.Egbe b
a

Laboratory of Organic Materials and Heterochemistry,University of Tebessa, Algeria.
Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria.
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: boudibasameh@yahoo.fr
b

ABSTRACT
In the last years there has beena substantial awareness in the optoelectronic properties of soluble πconjugated polymers [1], Since these materials exhibit the processability and dazzling mechanical
properties of polymers with exceptional electronic properties
properties of organic semiconductors, they are
striking candidates for active layers in organic electronic devices [2,3], Anthracene containing
polymers are of greatacademic importance due to the sensitivity of anthracene unit on its chemical
environment. Such materials have been used in diverse applications, such as field effect transistors,
[4], light emittingdiode[5], and organic solar cells [6], just to name a few. Seen this importance two
novel anthracene-containing poly(arylene - ethynylene)- alt -poly(arylene - vinylene) (PAE-PAV)
(PAE
of
general constitutional units (- Ph – C ≡ C – Anthr – C ≡C – Ph – CH = CH – Anthr – CH = CH -)n P1,
and (- Anthr – C ≡C – Ph – C ≡ C – Anthr – CH = CH – Ph – CH = CH-)n P2, have been synthesized,
characterized and the effect of shifting of anthracene units on the photophysical and photovoltaic
properties has been investigated [7].
Keywords: anthracene, π-conjugated
conjugated polymers, synthesis, photophysical properties, photovoltaic properties.
References
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VALORISATION DU SECHAGE SOLAIRE APPLIQUE A LA VIANDE
CAMELINE PAR UNE ETUDE COMPARATIVE ET L'EFFET DES
DIFFERENTS PRETRAITEMENTS
W. Braham Chaouch a,A. Mediani, a, A. Loumania,Z. Belkacema, M-E-A
A Slimanib, M. Foulalinea
a

Division Conversion Thermique et Thermodynamique, Unité de Recherche en Energies Renouvelables en
Milieu Saharien (URERMS), B.P. 478, Route de Reggane, ADRAR, Algérie.
b

Département énergétique et mécanique des fluides, Université des Sciences et de la Technologie
Houari Boumedien (USTHB), B.P. 32, EL-Alia,
EL
16111 – Bab-Ezzouar,
Ezzouar, Alger, Algérie.
Corresponding Author E-mail: wafouche@yahoo.fr
RESUME
Le processus de pisciculture est conduit par une consommation d’énergie importante. Les énergies
solaire et renouvelable pourraient contrôler et alimenter cette activité à 90% . Particulièrement dans
les Milieux Saharien algériens et notamment dans la wilaya d’Adrar dont le gisement énergétique
renouvelable ( solaire, éolien, géothermal, algal….etc)
algal….etc) est tres important. Cet axe de production
deviendrait un phare pour le renforcement de la sécurité alimentaire et le développement des systèmes
de production locaux. Dans le présent travail, nous proposons un schéma d’intervention énergétique
solaire
re et renouvelable dans les fermes de production piscicole intensive dans la région d’Adrar. Nous
passons en vue quelques procédés de conversion thermique et photovoltaïque ( pompage
photovoltaïque et éolien, froid photovoltaïque, séchage solaire….) qui pourraient être associés aux
différentes étapes de production dans un élevage intensif des poissons. Nous exposons aussi les
possibilités d’alimentation , de stockage de la récolte par des prototypes de solaires , éoliens et
relatifs au gisement algal local,
cal, différents thèmes de recherches du Centre de Développement des
Energies Renouvelables de Bouzareah ( CDER) et de l’Unité de Recherche en Energies Renouvelables
en Milieux Sahariens - Adrar ( URER/MS Adrar) .
Mots clés: Pisciculture, Energie solaire,
solaire, Energie renouvelable, Milieux Sahariens, Adrar.
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EFFECT OF EMERGING ENCAPSULANT MATERIALS ON PV
MODULESPERFORMANCES AND DURABILITY: LITERATURE
REVIEW
K.Agroui a
a

Semiconductors Technology for Energetic Research Center 2, Bd. Dr. Frantz Fanon, BP 140 Alger 7
Merveilles, Algiers, Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail: kagroui@yahoo.fr

ABSTRACT
The encapsulantEthyleneVinylAcetate(EVA)is used formore than 95%inthe PV industryfor
severaltechnical
altechnical
and
economicaspects
economicaspects.
Generally,themaindegradation
reactionsofthe
encapsulantEVAaredeacetylation hydrolysis andthephoto-thermal decomposition[1].
encapsulantEVAaredeacetylation,
decomposition[1] The interface
encapsulant-solarcell is under several complexchemical reactions,inducing additives and
plasticizersmigration (delamination
delamination phenomenon). Degradationby
D
PID and LID hasbeen
identifiedrecently as the most important power loss factors for PV module in outdoor exposure.
Currently, the new technology forhigh solar cell efficiencyis based,
based among others, on the use of the
solar spectrumin itsUVparty.Unfortunately, theconventionaluseofEVAis not recommendedforthis type
of technology due to the absorption ofUVpartbytwophoto-stabilizers
ofUVpartbytwophoto
in its chemicalformulation.
chemicalformulation The
inclusion of luminescent material in the ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) encapsulation layer of
crystalline silicon (c-Si)
Si) photovoltaic modules offers a production-ready
production ready method for the improvement
of their short-wavelength
wavelength spectral response and overall conversion efficiency [2]]. The introduction of
newnon-EVA encapsulantmaterialtype″Low-Cost,High-Performance″shouldprovide
encapsulantmaterialtype
shouldprovide a solution tothese
problems. The emergingencapsulant materials exhibit a good compatibilitywith emergingPVdevices,
such asPVB,Ionomers,Polyolefin….
asPVB,Ionomers,Polyolefin… This new generation ofencapsulant
apsulant materialshas the advantage to
improve the PV module performances [3,4].
[3,4 Also, nano structured transparent polymer (NSTP)
technology is a very promising challenge for PV conversion. Encapsulant polymer layers contain in
their structure clusters and micro-domains,
micro domains, playing the role of micro lenses, which results in the
concentration of light. As a result, efficiency of PV module increases [5].
]. In this paper, the current
global status of the emerging encapsulant materials for PV conversion has been reviewed.
re
The effect
of these new emerging materials on PV module reliability will be investigated
Keywords: Emerging encapsulant; PV modules; Analysis techniques, Durability.
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DEGRADATION EFFECTS IN C-SI
C SI PV MODULES AFTER 11 YEARS
OF FIELD OPERATION IN A DESERT ENVIRONMENT
N. Kahoul a, M. Sadok

b

a

Laboratoire d’Electrotechnique d’Annaba, University of Badji Mokhtar-Annaba,
Mokhtar Annaba, P.O.Box 12,
12 23000, Annaba,
Algeria.
b
Research Unit of Renewable Energy in Saharan Middle(URER/MS), Adrar, Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: nabil_ka@yahoo.fr

ABSTRACT
This article is about the degradation study of c-si
c si PV modules operating in the Saharan region
r
for 11
years. The study is focused on the monitoring of the performances of c-si
c si PV modules influenced of
climatic characteristics of a particular geographical area, in which the PV modules are installed. This
paper presents the results obtained from the analysis of the I-V experimental characteristics of
photovoltaic modules that were tested in a region of the Sahara. Experiments were carried out at Adrar
in the southern part of Algeria (URER-MS
(URER MS ADRAR). The study includes the determination of the
mostt representative parameters of the modules to evaluate the variance of the performance of each
module. The performance analysis of tested modules revealed some defects, such as early degradation,
cracked cells and physical material defects. This work offers
offers a tool to estimate the performances of PV
modules to be installed in sites with climatic characteristics similar to south Algeria.
Keywords: c-Si PV module, I-V
V curves, South Algeria, PV efficiency, Degradation, failure.

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF “BACK-CONTACT”- SEMICONDUCTOR
JUNCTION WITH TWO DOPING TYPES ("N" AND "P")
CONSECRATED TO PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS
M. Rezki

a,b

, I.Griche

a

, M.Ayad

a

a

Department of electrical engineering, University of Bouira, 10000, Algeria
Industriall Products and Systems Innovation Laboratory, Oran (31000), Algeria
Corresponding Author E-mail: mohamedrezki197@yahoo.fr
b

ABSTRACT
The importance of photovoltaic’s as an alternate energy for a country like Algeria is well established,
this appears to us for
or at least two reasons: the first is that Algeria has huge potential in terms of
deposits Solar (annual average solar radiation ≈ 5 kWh / m2 / day), the second reason is that soon
(maximum 20 years according to some analyzes) there will be our own pic-Oï
pic Oïl that is to say our
request in fuel and fuel far exceed our production and in this case it will turn to other energies among
them photovoltaic. The key element in the photovoltaic industry is the design of photovoltaic modules
(PV modules), these modules contain several layers of silicon (the most ordinary matter) with two
metal contacts (the surface contact or the front and in opposite side the back contact), our study is to
model the electrical contacts back metal junction (aluminum ...) - last layer of silicon, and therefore
have an MS junction (Metal-Semiconductor).
Semiconductor). This layer has the role of ensuring the electrical
conduction in the photovoltaic cell. Modeling is made a current viewpoint analysis (I (V)
characteristic), and for involvement of optimizing
optimizing the operation of the photovoltaic cell in order to
have a better performance. For this study we took a monocrystalline silicon semiconductor because of
its high efficiency, with two variants: silicon layer type "N" and type silicon layer "P +". The latter
latte is
most commonly used in industry. Although research continue to diversify fields of study with
exploration of other materials especially thin film type materials (GaAs, Ge, GaInP2 ... etc.), we
believe that silicon technology didn’t say its last word.
Keywords: M-S Junction, I (V) characteristic, Metal-P+,
Metal
Metal-N, Metal-N+,
N+, Photovoltaic cell.
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NEW PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER FORECASTING MODELS USING
PSO-NN IN GHARDAIA
S. Hamid Oudjana a, A. Hellal b, I. Hadj Mahamed a
a

Unité de Recherche Appliquée en Energies Renouvelables, URAER, Centre de Développement des Energies
Renouvelables, CDER, 47133, Ghardaïa, Algeria.
b
Laboratory for Analysis and Control of Energy Systems and Power Systems, LACoSERE, Laghouat University,
Algeria.
mail: samirehamid@yahoo.fr
Corresponding Author E-mail:

ABSTRACT
Photovoltaic power forecasting is very important for planning and operating renewable
r
energy in
power system. New models using neural networks (NN) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) have
been used to study photovoltaic power generation forecasting systems for seven days ahead using
global irradiance, and temperature of Ghardaia
Ghardaia city (south of Algeria). The results are discussed
showing that new hybrid technique (PSO-NN)
(PSO NN) is capable to increase the photovoltaic power
forecasting precision.
Keywords : Photovoltaic Power Forecasting, Particle Swarm Optimization,, Neural Networks.
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EMPIRICAL CORRELATION OF GLOBAL SOLAR RADIATION
WITH METEOROLOGICAL DATA FOR SOUTH ALGERIA
S. Benkaciali a , K. Gairaaa
a

Unité de Recherche Appliquée en Energies Renouvelables, URAER, Centre de Développement des Energies
Renouvelables
ouvelables CDER, 47133, Ghardaïa, Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail: b_gisement1@yahoo.fr

ABSTRACT
Seven regression models have been developed to estimate the monthly average daily global solar
radiation using six meteorological parameters during a period
period of one year for Ghardaïa, Algeria
(latitude = 32.36°N, longitude = 3.45°E); the extraterrestrial radiation, ratio of mean and maximum
daily temperature, relative humidity and ratio between the sunshine duration and the day length. The
statistical analysis
ysis has been used for the present study. The root mean square error (RMSE),
coefficient of determination (R²) and relative error have been calculated to test the accuracy of the
different models of correlations. The agreement between the measured and computed
comp
values is
remarkable. Therefore, these models are recommended to predict the daily global solar irradiation on
the horizontal plane for Ghardaïa.
Keywords—Solar
Solar irradiance; radiometric systems; empirical models; statistical formulas.
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ENERGY CONVERSION OPTIMIZATION OF SI-SOLAR
SI SOLAR CELL USING
DIFFERENT WAVELENGTH FILTERS
S.Khennouf a, b, Guichi Omar a
a

Department of Electronics, Mohamed Boudiaf University of M’sila, Algeria.
Faculty of Electronics and informatics, USTHB University, Bab Ezzouar-Algiers,
Ezzouar Algiers, Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail: khenouf.salah@gmail.com
b

ABSTRACT
Photovoltaic
hotovoltaic (PV) solar energy conversion systems (or solar cells) are the most widely used power
systems. However, these devices suffer of very low conversion efficiency. This is due to the
wavelength mismatch between the narrow wavelength band associated with the semiconductor energy
gap and the broad band of the (blackbody) emission curve of the Sun [1]. Thus, the photovoltaic
conversion is highly wavelength dependant and is most efficient when converting photons of energies
close to PV cell band gap energy
rgy [2]. In the present research work, we tried to treat this problem,
which is related to the optimization of the energy conversion of a Si-solar
Si solar cell, using different colored
filters having different wavelength. For this purpose, we have conducted an experimental
experimental work aiming
to find out the P-Y
Y characteristics of the solar cell. This experimental work consists of applying an
illuminating light source on a Si-solar
Si
cell (type 307-137)
137) across 4 colored filters (Red, Blue, Yellow
and Green) one by one, each one having a specific wavelength, and measuring each time the resulting
voltage and current (power). The obtained results are quite interesting.
Keywords : Photovoltaic (PV), Si-solar
solar cell, P-Y
P characteristics, filter.
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CAS PRATIQUE DE L’EFFET DE LA TEMPÉRATURE SUR LA
PRODUCTION ÉNERGÉTIQUE D’UN GÉNÉRATEUR
PHOTOVOLTAÏQUE INSTALLÉ AU SUD ALGÉRIEN
S. Semaoui a, A. Hadj Arab a, B. Azoui b, H. Zeraia a, E.K. Boudjeltia a et F. Bandou a
a

Centre
re de Développement des Energies Renouvelables, BP 62 Route de l'Observatoire, Bouzaréah, 16340,
Algérie.
b
Faculty of Technology, Hadj Lakhdar University, 05000, Batna - Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail: smsemaoui@yahoo.fr

RESUME
L’augmentation de la demande énergétique et l’épuisement des énergies fossiles encouragent à la
recherche de nouvelles sources d’énergie. A cet effet, les systèmes solaires photovoltaïques (PV) sont
parmi les solutions technologiques les plus prometteuses. D’autre part l’Algérie
lgérie dispose d’une durée
d’ensoleillement annuelle d’une moyenne variant de 2250 heures dans le nord à 3600 heures dans le
Sahara avec un potentiel énergétique respectif de 1700 à 2650 kWh/m²/an sur plus de 80 % de la
superficie globale du pays [1,2]. La stratégie énergétiquealgériennerecommandeune augmentation de
la contribution des énergiesrenouvelables.
énergiesrenouvelables Le gouvernement prévoitle lancement de plusieursprojets
solaires photovoltaïquesd'une capacité totalede 800MWcd'ici 2020 [3],avec
avec un taux d’insertion de
d
61,71 % de la production d’électricité d’origine renouvelable d’ici 2030 qui représente 13,58 GWc [4].
La détermination des grandeurs d'un système photovoltaïque est une question très complexe. Par
conséquent, une solution de compromis doit être faite entre
entre avoir une énergie et un coût économique
acceptable pour le consommateur, et relativement une bonne qualité de l'approvisionnement
énergétique. Le fonctionnement du
d générateur photovoltaïqueest lié directement aux conditions
climatiques de son lieu d’installation,
stallation, tel que l’éclairement solaire, la température et la vitesse du vent.
Néanmoins, les contraintes de température et d’aérosols posent la problématique du rendement
énergétique du générateur photovoltaïque. Nous présentons dans ce travail un suivi réel de l’effet de la
température sur le comportement d’un générateur photovoltaïque dans un milieu désertique chaud de
l’Algérie. Les résultats obtenus dans ce travail montrent l’effet de la température sur le rendement
énergétique d’un générateur de deux
deux différents types de technologie en milieu saharien.
Mots-clés : Générateur photovoltaïque, effet de la température, rendement énergétique, climat saharien.
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K. Gairaa. Valorisation du gisement solaire. Revue du secteur de l’Energie et des Mines
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IMPROVED SIMULATOR
ULATOR AND SMART GLOBAL MAXIMUM
POWER PEAK TRACKING METHOD UNDER PARTIALLY SHADED
SHAD
CONDITIONS
M. Saad Saoud a , H A. Abbassi a
a

Department of Electronic , Laboratory of Automatic and Signals Annaba, University Badji Mokhtar,
Mokhtar Annaba,
Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: maro34ss@gmail.com

ABSTRACT

As of today, the main encumbrance
brance and the one of the major practical and unavoidable problems in the
field of photovoltaic farms installations is the irregulars power–
power voltage (P–V)
V) characteristic responses
under mismatching conditions , especially the partial shading conditions, where the conventional
popular maximum power point tracking (MPPT) methods are ineffective under this complicated case.
In order to overcome this difficulty a smart simulator based an algorithm able to track the global
maximum GP under partially shaded conditions
conditions (PSCs) is developed in this paper, in the event of
presence of multiple local maxima, where the photovoltaic characteristics get more complex with
more than one peak. To prove the reliability of the proposed system authors two procedures are
carried, in the first different cases with varying degrees of partial shading are presented, Secondly the
results are compared with the results of literature. MATLAB-programmed
MATLAB programmed is employed for create this
simulator. The simulate results affirm that the proposed algorithm
algorithm is simple, is more practical and can
be computed very rapidly.
Key words: photovoltaic, MPPT, partial shaded conditions, global maximum GP, simulator.
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SIMULATION STUDY OF A SINGLE EFFECT ABSORPTION
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM USING GEOTHERMAL SOURCES IN
ALGERIA
K. Salhi a, M. M.Hadjiat a, A. Bourabaa a, A. Hamidat

a

a

Renewable Energy Development Center, CDER, BP
BP 62 Route of the Observatory Bouzaréah, 16340, Algiers,
Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail: k.salhi@cder.dz

ABSTRACT
This study is concerned with absorption chillers single effect, powered by thermal energy of
geothermal sources in Algeria. The influences
influences of the components temperature and the heat
exchanger effectiveness on the performance coefficients were studied to test optimum operating
conditions for the proposed system. We studied the machine in the following conditions, the coolant
temperature
re is between 30 and 40 ° C and the evaporation temperature between 2 and 20 ° C. The
results show that the coefficient of performance of this system is quite high, however, very high
temperature of the geothermal source.
Keywords : Absorption, geothermal source, performance coefficients, Algeria,COP

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DIMENSIONING AND REALIZATION OF A BOOSTER AND
EMERGENCY PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM FOR LMSE LABORATORY
OF BBA UNIVERSITY
C.Mihouba, K. Rouabah a, Z. Rouabahb , B. Benhamada c
a

Electromechanical
anical department, University of Bordj Bou Arreridj, ElAnasser,
ElAnasser, 34265 BordjBouArreridj,
Bordj
Algeria
b
Materials and Electronic Systems Laboratory, University of Bordj Bou Arreridj, ElAnasser,
El
34265
BordjBouArreridj, Algeria .
c
Expert Engineer, CONDOR Electronics. Bordj Bou arreridj, Algeria
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: jmihoub@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
Researchers in our materials and electronic systems laboratory (LMSE) at the University of Bordj Bou
Arreridj, had a glaring problem of power outage. This greatly
greatly influenced the work of research as well
as the functioning of the monitoring system of the laboratory. Indeed, the electric current cut off that
happened while doing some experiments such as agitator and VoltaLab solution that take more than
eight hours
ours led to restart experiences. This problem also occurs during the execution of simulation
programs that may times over 30 hours. In addition, it is necessary to ensure continuity ofthe power
supply monitoring system. Due to this facts, and in order to solve
solve this problem, we suggest a booster
and emergency photovoltaic system sized and made a photovoltaic system for our laboratory (LMSE),
ensuring the power supply continuity for some experiments devices, work station, and a monitoring
system. The batteriess of this system are designed for a one day of autonomy .Furthermore, this system
can be used for different educational experiences and scientific research. This installation, funded
entirely by Condor Electronics Bordj Bou Arreridj includes : 8 Condor 240w
240w solar panels, solar
inverter XTM 24v 2400w, regulator AM80 FLEX MAX 440 12/24V 80Ah and 6 batteries RITAR 180
Ah , 12v.
Keywords: Dimensioning, photovoltaic system, emergency.

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ETUDE NUMERIQUE DE LA PERFORMANCE D’UNE CENTRALE A
CHEMINE SOLAIRE EN ALGERIE
CHEMINEE
R.Rabehi a, C. Abla a,A. Zeroual b
a

Département de physique/laboratoire physique énergétique, Université des Frêres Mentouri Constantine 1,
Route Ain El Bey 25017, Constantine, Algérie.
b
Département de physique/laboratoire physique
physique énergétique appliqué, Université Elhadj Lakher Batna, avenue
Chahid Boukhlouf 05000 Batna, Algérie.
Corresponding Author E-mail:raya.phys@gmail.com
mail:raya.phys@gmail.com

RESUME
L’énergie solaire occupe une place privilégiée dans les programmes de recherche sur les énergies
énergi
renouvelables. Actuellement des études montrent qu’avec l’exploitation de l’énergie solaire, un
mouvement d’air peut être crée, sous forme de vent artificiel. Cet écoulement d’air est utilisé pour
entraîner une ou plusieurs turbines éoliennes et produire
produire de l’énergie électrique. Cette exploitation se
fait par un dispositif appelé cheminée solaire dont le rôle est de convertir l’énergie solaire thermique
en énergie électrique. Cette technique est particulièrement adaptée pour produire de l'électricité dans
dan
les déserts et les terrains vagues dotés généralement d’un potentiel solaire conséquent. Il n’en demeure
pas moins que cette technologie pose des problèmes thermiques, aérodynamiques et même
hydromécaniques. L’objectif de ce travail est de simuler les phénomènes
phénomènes dynamique et thermique qui
se produisent dans la cheminée solaire afin d’estimer la puissance électrique produite par la centrale à
cheminée solaire. L'effet de différentes conditions climatiques sur la production d'énergie dans quatre
régions d’Algérie
lgérie en utilisant le logiciel CFD Fluent est examiné. Les résultats obtenus montrent
qu’une cheminée solaire de 200 m de hauteur avec un diamètre du collecteur de 240 m est capable de
produire une puissance moyenne mensuelle électrique de 40 à 73 kW sur l’année. Les résultats
obtenus pour les régions de Constantine, de Ouargla, d’Adrar et de Tamanrasset concordent avec ceux
trouvés dans la littérature.
Mots clés: énergie solaire, cheminée solaire, simulation numérique, performance de la centrale, Algérie.
Algérie
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LE SYSTEME DE POMPAGE SOLAIRE A LA REGION D’ADRAR
A. Harrouz a, Y.Bakko a, A. Benatiallah a, O. Harrouz b

a

Department of Hydrocarbon and Renewable Energy, laboratory (LEESI) University of Ahmed Draїa
Dra Adrar,
Algeria.
b
Institut des Sciences
ces de la Nature et de l'Agroalimentaire de Bordeaux (ISNAB), Bordeaux, France
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: harrouz.onml@gmail.com

RESUME
L’eau est la source de vie, il est donc extrêmement important d’en pérenniser l’approvisionnement
dans des sites isolés aux conditions de vie souvent très dures. L’énergie solaire est une énergie propre,
silencieuse, disponible et gratuite, ce qui en fait une technologie particulièrement adapté pour
électrification agricole et alimentation en eau potable. Cet article présente les systèmes de pompage
solaire sont conçus pour un approvisionnement en eau au fil du soleil pour éviter l’utilisation de
batteries et de réaliser le stockage en réservoir pour répondre aux besoins dimensionnés sur 24heures
sur 24. C'est-à-dire une durée de pompage tout au long de la journée dans le site d’Adrar.
Mots clés: Pompage solaire ; Irrigation ; l’eau.
Références
[01]
[02]

Harrouz, A. Benatiallah, Pompage solaire à Adrar, Porte ouvert énergie solaire. Université d’Adrar, Juin
2013
Christopher Kinkaid. Solaire PV Pompage de l'eau: Comment Construire PV systèmes de Pompage de
l'eau Solaires pour Puits Profonds, pp-2014.
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HYDROGEN EVOLUTION ON THE ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR
UNDER VISIBLE LIGHT
C. Belabed a, Z. Benabdelghani b, N. Haine a, B. Bellal b, M. Trari b
a

Laboratory of Materials Physic, Faculty of Physic (USTHB) BP 32, 16111 Algiers, Algeria.

b

Laboratory of Storage and Valorization
rization of Renewable Energies, Faculty of Chemistry, U.S.T.H.B., BP 32,
16111, El-Alia, Algiers, Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail: bchemsddine@yahoo.fr

ABSTRACT
The semiconducting properties of the hetero-system
hetero
polypyrrol (PPy)/TiO2 are investigated
investigate for the
first time to assess its photo catalytic hydrogen evolution under visible light [1-2].
[1 2]. The hetero-system
PPy/TiO2 is stable up to ~ 343 K, with a weight loss accounting for ~ 1.2 %. The X-ray
X
diffraction
shows mixed phases with the rutile TiO2 variety. Optical
ptical transitions at 0.42 and 3.01 eV, directly
allowed, are determined for PPy and TiO2 respectively. The p-type
type conductivity of PPy is evidenced
from the Mott-Schottky
Schottky plot [3]; In neutral solution, a flat band potential of 0.11 VSCE and a holes
density of 4.57×1021 cm-3 are obtained. The electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, measured over a
wide frequency range (1 mHz-10
105 Hz), reveals the contribution of the bulk and grain boundaries with a
constant phase element (CPE). The energetic diagram predicts
predicts the electron injection from PPy into
TiO2 and the best photoactivity is achieved at pH ~ 7 in presence S2O32- as hole scavenger. A hydrogen
liberation rate of 1.15mmol /h (g catalyst) and a quantum efficiency of 0.17% under full light (29 mW
cm-2) are determined.. The photoactivity is completely restored during the second cycle, indicating a
zero deactivation effect.
Keywords: Polypyrrol (PPy), TiO2; hetero-system;
hetero
photo-electrochemical; hydrogen.
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EFFICACITES DU LA PHOTOCATALYSE SOLAIRE POUR LE
TRAITEMENT DES EAUX
EAUX CONTAMINEES PAR DES POLLUANT
ORGANIQUE
F. Madjene a,b,N.Y. Mezenner b, H. Lebik a, L. Aoudjit a, B. Boutra a , A. Sebti a,S. Igoud

a

a

Unité de Développement des Equipements Solaires, UDES, Centre de Développement des Energies
Renouvelables, CDER, 42415,
415, Tipaza, Algérie.
b
Laboratoire de Génie de la Réaction, Faculté de Génie Mécanique et Génie des Procédés (USTHB), BP 32,
Alger, Algérie.
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: faridmadjene@hotmail.fr

RESUME
L’augmentation de la population et le développement
développement humain ainsi que les activités industrielles,
provoquent une pression grandissante sur les réserves en eau. La détection de traces de médicaments
dans l'eau potable et dans les eaux de surface soulève un problème de pollution pour l'environnement
et de santé publique. Le contrôle de la pollution ainsi que l’élimination de ces composés dans le milieu
aqueux devient impératif. L’effet de ces polluants sur la santé et de leurs risques écologiques nécessite
le développement de procédés plus efficaces capables
capables de dégrader des polluants récalcitrants aux
méthodes conventionnelles.Afin
Afin de traiter les eaux usées, de nombreuses opérations sont utilisées en
station d'épuration et en sortie d'usine mais elles ne permettent pas actuellement l'élimination complète
des médicaments. Des méthodes complémentaires sont donc actuellement en étude. Tout procédé
nécessite, outre les produits nécessaires au traitement, une source d’énergie. L’énergie solaire
disponible tout au long de l’année avec des intensités variables peut constituer une source alternative
utilisable surtout dans les pays en voie de développement. En effet, cette source d’énergie
renouvelable est gratuite et inépuisable, elle est de loin l’énergie la plus abondante sur Terre. L'une
d'entre elles, objet de ce travail, est la photocatalyse hétérogène en utilisant le TiO2 comme catalyseur.
L’utilisation de l’énergie solaire pour le traitement des eaux contenant des micropolluants
solutionnerait une partie de cette problématique notamment à travers la photocatalyse
photocataly qui prouve son
efficacité à travers la minéralisation des molécules organiques (médicaments, pesticides, colorants,…).
L’objectif de notre travail est d’étudierla photodegradation solaire de metronidazole par TiO2.
Mots clés : Environnement, Métronidazole,
Métronidaz
Photocatalyse, Modélisation, Cinétique.

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OPTIMISATION DE LA SURFACE D’EVAPORATEUR DANS UNE
INSTALLATION DE CLIMATISATION SOLAIRE A ABSORPTION
G.Bouhelal a,b, L. Boutina a, C Seladji b
a

Unité de Recherche Appliquée en Energies Renouvelable URAER., Centre de Développement des énergies
renouvelables, CDER, 47 133, Ghardaïa, Algérie.
b

Laboratoire ETAP (Energétique et Thermique Appliqué) Université Abou Bekr Belkaid, Tlemcen.
Tlemcen

Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: guendouze_b@yahoo.fr

RESUME
Dans ce travail,
avail, un model numérique d’un évaporateur à ailettes rectangulaire continu utilisé dans une
installation de climatisation solaire à absorption à été présenté. La machine à absorption choisi est à
simple effet travail avec le couple LiBr-H
LiBr 2O. L’installationn a une puissance de 10 kW couplé avec des
collecteurs solaire plan. Le choix de la température d’évaporation est basé sur une méthode
thermoéconomique afin d’optimiser le coût totale de l’installation. Le modèle numérique a été
programmé avec Matlab et validé
lidé avec les résultats expérimentaux de A. A. Aganda et al [1].
Mot clé: Evaporateur,Absorption, Collecteur, LiBr-H
LiBr 2O, Optimisation.
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finned tube
be evaporator”, Applied Thermal Engineering 20 (2000) 499-513.
499
A.Beckman et al. ”Solar engineering of Thermal Processes”. Madison,Wisconsin: John Wiley & Sons,
INC., 1980.
A. Iranmanesh et al, “Optimization of a lithium bromide–water
bromide water solar absorption cooling
cooli system with
evacuated tube collectors using the genetic algorithm”, Energy and Buildings 85 (2014) 427–435.
427
L. S. Tong et al, “Boiling Heat Transfer & Two-Phase
Phase Flow”, 2nd edition, Taylor and Francis, 1997.
C.-C.
C. Wang et al, “Heat transfer and friction characteristics of plain fin-and-tube
tube heat exchangers, part II:
Correlation”, Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer 43 (2000) 2693±2700.

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EXTRACTION OF SOLAR CELLS PARAMETERS USING VERTICAL
AND LATERAL OPTIMIZATION METHODS
I. Tebbal
ebbal a, A.F. Hamida a, F. Kherrat a
a

Department of Electronics, University of FERHAT ABBAS, Setif-1,
Setif 19000, Algeria
Corresponding Author E-mail: 1. ibtiss08@yahoo.fr

ABSTRACT
In order to evaluate the performances of solar cells, it is very important to determine the values of their
electrical parameters, namely the photocurrent, the reverse current, the ideality factor, the series
resistance and the parallel conductance. During the four last decades, several methods have been
proposed for such purpose from which the ones based on optimization programs are the most
powerful. In these methods the parameters are evaluated by minimizing an objective function by a
software program. When the objective function deals with current, the method is communally named
vertical optimization method
ethod (VOM) and when it deals with voltage it is called lateral optimization
method (LOM). In this work, we apply the VOM and the LOM to experimental I-V
I data of a solar
cell. We find that the two methods are of the same order of accuracy even for noisy experimental
ex
data
however, the LOM is by far faster. When we compare our results to other methods, we find that the
two methods give the best fittings.

Keywords: solar cells; parameter extraction; Newton’s method; optimization programs.
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L’UTILISATION DE L’ENERGIE SOLAIRE POUR L’ELIMINATION
D’UN POLLUANT ORGANIQUE EN MILIEU AQUEUX
B. Khennaoui a, M.M. Abderrahmane a,R. Salah Zakaria a, Z. Abdennour

a

a

Laboratoire des techniques
hniques innovantes pour la préservation de l’environnement (TIPE). Departement de
chimie, Faculté de sciences exactes. Université frères Mentouri Constantine Algérie.
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: badis.khennaoui@umc.edu.dz

RESUME
Ce travail porte sur l’étude
’étude de l’élimination de méthylorange (MO), colorant modèle de la famille des
monoazoïques par les ions décatungstate (DT) en phase aqueuse homogène. Le substrat est peu
photolysable sous irradiation artificielle entre 275-365
275 365 nm, en absence du photocatalyseur.
photocata
L’introduction du DT améliore considérablement le processus photocatalytique. Une étude
paramétrique nous a permis de mettre en évidence les conditions optimales nécessaire pour une
meilleure photodégradation du méthylorange ([MO]0, pH, [DT]0). Nous avons constaté par ailleurs
que la photolyse directe est plus importante en lumière naturelle qu’on lumière artificielle.
L’exposition du substrat en présence de DT à la lumière solaire entraine sa disparition d’une manière
significative. Ce fait est très prometteur quand à la possibilité d’utiliser la lumière solaire, source
d’énergie renouvelable et peu couteuse pour l’élimination des polluants organiques du milieu
aquatique. Le décatungstate en particulier apparaît comme un excellent candidat pour dégrader
d
les
composés organiques en milieu naturel. En effet, en plus de l'absorption avec un maximum à 324 mn,
l'ion décatungstate présente un recouvrement important avec le spectre solaire. Par voie de
conséquence la lumière solaire peut être utilisée pour
pour produire l'état excité de l'anion décatungstate
capable d'oxyder divers polluants organiques. En plus, ce polyoxométalate présente deux avantages
pour être utilisé dans le processus de détoxification : il a une basse toxicité et donne la possibilité à
être
re supporté sur divers matériaux.
Mots clés : Photodégradation, Procédés d'Oxydation Avancés, colorant azoïque, décatungstate, lumière
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ESTIMATION OF MONTHLY MEAN DAILY GLOBAL SOLAR
IRRADIATION ON HORIZONTAL SURFACE USING TEMPERATURE
TEMPERAT
AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY WITH ANN, A CASE STUDY IN
ALGERIA
M.Laidi a,b, H. Salah b, A. razrazi b, A. el hadj abdellah a,b
a

Saad Dahlab University, Road of Soumaa, Blida, Algeria.
Laboratory of Biomaterials and Transport Phenomena (LBMPT), University
University of Médéa, Algeria.
Corresponding Author E-mail: maamarw@yahoo.fr
b

ABSTRACT
Solar potential is desirable for many areas of research and applications in different engineering fields.
However, global solar radiation is not as readily available as other data due to the cost of pyranometers
and difficulty in measurement. In spite of the existence of meteorological stations at many places,
sometimes the measurements are not available continuously due to recording deficiencies. Therefore,
there is the need to develop alternative ways to generate these data. In this study, a multilayer feed
forward (MFF) neural network based on back propagation algorithm was developed, trained, and
tested to predict monthly mean daily global irradiation in, Algeria. The data were recorded in the
period 1983 to 2004 using NASA's surface meteorology. A 3-layer
3 layer FF networks was developed and
the performance of the developed model was evaluated based on the minimizing of the RootMeans
Square Error (RMSE) and maximizing the correlation
co
coefficient (R2) between observed and predicted
data with the ANN model. Values of global radiation obtained using the model was in excellent
agreement with measured values. Results of this study show that the designed ANN model can be used
to estimate
timate monthly mean daily global irradiation of any place in Algeria where measured global
radiation data are not available.
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Nadjemi, A. Abdallah el Hadj, Artificial neural network
estimation of 5-min
min solar global radiation values using air temperature, relative humidity and wind speed
in the region of Blida (Algeria). Proceedings of The first International Conference on Nanoelectronics,
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and synthesis of published works, Conférence Internationale des Energies Renouvelables
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extrapolation global solar irradiation on tilted surfaces from horizontal ones using an artificial neural
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CONCEPTION, REALISATION ET EXPERIMENTATION D’UN
CUISEUR SOLAIRE DE TYPE BOITE
T. Mahdaoui a,b, N. Bouaouadja c
a

Unité de Recherche des Matériaux Emergents, Université Ferhat Abbes de Sétif, Sétif, Algérie.
Département EBT, Faculté de Technologie,
Technologie, Université Ferhat Abbes de Sétif, Sétif, Algérie.
c
Institut d’Optique de Mécanique de Précision, Université Ferhat Abbes de Sétif, Sétif, Algérie.
Corresponding Author E-mail:
mail: mah_touf@yahoo.fr
b

RESUME
Notre pays dispose d’un gisement solaire important
important où toutes les applications solaires peuvent voir le
jour. L’une des applications les plus attrayantes est la cuisson solaire. Cette application constitue une
solution pour limiter la déforestation et l’utilisation abusive des énergies fossiles dont
don les émissions
des gaz à effet de serre peuvent mettre en péril. En effet, pour les citoyens qui sont installés dans
plusieurs régions isolées de notre territoire, la cuisson des aliments revient très coûteuse, quand on
exploite les sources énergétiques conventionnelles
conventionnelles et induit des conséquences néfastes sur
l’écosystème en exploitant le bois des quelques arbustes restants dans ces régions. Notre travail
s’inscrit dans le cadre de développement et de vulgariser la cuisson solaire. Un prototype a été
construit
ruit par des moyens simples et des matériaux disponibles sur le marché (bois, verre, plaque
chauffante, papier d’aluminium, …); il s’agit d’un cuiseur solaire de type boîte (voir figure 1). Les
différents essais ont été effectués sous un ensoleillement réel
réel au sein de l’université Ferhat Abbès de
Sétif. On a démontré l’utilité de ce système, d’ailleurs on a arrivé à faire cuire des aliments et des plats
alimentaires. Dans cette étude, on va exposer les résultats obtenus de l’expérimentation de ce
prototype qui a été effectuée au sein de notre laboratoire (matériaux non métalliques). Les résultats
obtenus par les différents tests sont satisfaisants et encourageants d’autant plus que ce prototype
fonctionne efficacement durant une certaine période journalière sans aucune orientation. Rester à dire
que cette application peut être a une utilité importante pour les populations des régions isolées et sa
vulgarisation va contribuer au développement économique et social de ces régions.

Figure 1: Photo du cuiseur solaire construit
Mots clés: prototype, cuiseur solaire, énergie solaire, énergie renouvelable, effet de serre.

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