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Comparing dye-sensitized solar cells
This experiment was done to compare the efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells with normal silicon based solar cells.
Difficulty: High school
How different angles of incidence of solar rays impact the performance of a solar cell.
This experiment was done to find out how changing the angle of incidence of sunlight throughout the day impacts the efficiency of a solar cell.
Difficulty: Middle school
How solar cells are affected by their operating temperatures
This experiment was done to find out how the efficiency of the solar cell will change at different temperature conditions.
Difficulty: High school
How to make a solar powered hot dog cooker.
A reflective hot dog cooker can be built from a cardboard box, tin foil, and posterboard. Sunlight hits the reflective surface and focuses on the hot dog held in the center. Students can work in pairs or individually if there are enough materials.
Difficulty: Middle school
Solar concentrators and how they affect the performance of solar cells
This experiment was done to find out how different types of solar concentrators affect the performance of solar cells. The tests were carried out using a parabolic dish covered with a reflective aluminum sheet and a mirror
Difficulty: Elementary school
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