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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Photovoltaic Systems par Université technique du Danemark (DTU)

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À propos du cours

This course offers you advanced knowledge within the field of photovoltaic system technology. We'll learn about the solar resource and how photovoltaic energy conversion is used to produce electric power. From this fundamental starting point we'll cover the design and fabrication of different solar cell and module technologies, the various photovoltaic system components, how to design a photovoltaic plant and carry out energy yield simulations, essentials in energy economics, O&M and reliability assessment, as well as the role of photovoltaic energy in sustainable energy systems. This course is unique in that it takes you from the nanoscale physics of a solar cell to the modelling of a utility scale solar farm. The course is made up of 9 sections with an estimated workload of 2-3 hours each. The academic level is targeted at master students at technical universities and engineers from the energy industry. Passing this course offers you a great basis for a career in the field of photovoltaics....
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par mehmety

11 avr. 2021

This course was very detailed and informative that I learned so many new stuff related with the PV systems. The lecturers were qualifed and taught the course content very well. Thank you for all.

par Mateo G A

22 sept. 2021

Excellent course. Thank you to all lectures who taught throughout this course, as well as the learning material provided. I would like suggest that at the end of each module to have a section for practical exercises, because there were some numerical exercises in quizzes that were hard to solve.

par Vedant K

13 sept. 2021

This Course has offered me advanced knowledge within the field of photovoltaic technology. It also enabled to learn how photovoltaic energy is used to produce electric power and also the various PV loading Techniques.

par Ashish P

1 mai 2021

The course is a must for anyone who is planning to enter the solar industry. It has a mixture of theoretical and practical information which helps students to understand the basics vividly. Highly recommended!!

par Juan D P R

21 mars 2021

Excelente curso, Excelente forma de abordar los conceptos básicos y fundamentales que un ingeniero debe dominar para empezar a realizar proyectos relacionados con sistemas fotovoltaicos.

par Erez L

18 avr. 2021

Highly detailed and advance course on photovoltaic systems..great lactures and clear presenting...Thank You

par Pushpa K A ( R - R A

29 juin 2021

It's great course. Learned interesting stuff little deeper in the subject. Thanks for the team.

par Luis G J D

11 août 2021

Accurately explained course on Photovoltaics. I'm very satisfied.

par Diego A

29 oct. 2021

Excelente curso, muy bien explicado y con contenido fundamental

par MOHD N I B A H

4 oct. 2021

its a good course and really recommended!

par SYED S F 1

9 mai 2021

very good course understandable thank you

par Do A T

30 sept. 2021

Great

par Jonathan B

15 mai 2021

Good Course, Nice Deep Dive into all the systems/physics.

Partially very difficult to understand. (Week 5)

par abdulwahab a

27 août 2021

Well prepared course which covers everything about PV world from A-Z. Thank you!

par René A G R

30 août 2021

Buen curso, falta mas casos de dimensionamiento

par Pedro J R R

7 mai 2021

It is indeed a very interesting course, I took interesting knowledge out of it and I enjoyed most of it. The first teachers, specially Rasmus, are very clear and very easy to follow. But in the middle of the course there are some quite technical issues and the teacher was very difficult to understand (in addition to a monotous tone) that made me watch it several times to be able to answer the quizzes correctly... in adittion the subtitles do not help, because they seem to be generated automatically and very often misunderstand words (or directly indicates "inaudible"). There is for sure a script for the course, why don't you give the students the script directly, to avoid misunderstandings?