Dataset on the effect of receiver size and acceptance half-angle on the aperture width and height of compound parabolic concentrator for low-concentrating photovoltaic applications using RSM

Faisal Masood, Nursyarizal Bin Mohd Nor, Perumal Nallagownden, Irraivan Elamvazuthi, Mohammad Azad Alam, Mohammad Yusuf, Mujahid Ali, Javed Akhter, Mubbashar Mehmood

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Abstract

The combined effect of design control factors on the response variables gives valuable information for geometric design optimization of the compound parabolic concentrator. This study presents the data related to the statistical modeling and analysis of variance for aperture width and height of a low concentration symmetric compound parabolic concentrator designed for photovoltaic applications. The design matrix was generated using the response surface modeling approach. The geometric design equations of the proposed concentrator were developed and solved analytically using MATLAB. The empirical models were developed to establish relationships between the control factors and response variables of the proposed system. The analysis of variance was conducted for two significant response variables. The developed statistical models can be used to predict the selected response variables within the permissible range. The presented data can be used for statistical modeling and design optimization of the two-dimensional symmetric compound parabolic concentrator.
Original languageEnglish
Article number107630
JournalData in Brief
Volume39
Early online date23 Nov 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2021

Keywords

  • Analysis of variance
  • Concentrating photovoltaics
  • Concentration ratio
  • Design optimization

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General

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