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Videira JJH, Chatten AJ, Bilotti E, 2016, Cylindrical array luminescent solar concentrators: performance boosts by geometric effects, Optics Express, Vol: 24, Pages: A1188-A1200, ISSN: 1094-4087

This paper presents an investigation of the geometric effects within a cylindrical array luminescent solar concentrator (LSC). Photon concentration of a cylindrical LSC increases linearly with cylinder length up to 2 metres. Raytrace modelling on the shading effects of circles on their neighbours demonstrates effective incident light trapping in a cylindrical LSC array at angles of incidence between 60-70 degrees. Raytrace modelling with real-world lighting conditions shows optical efficiency boosts when the sun’s angle of incidence is within this angle range. On certain days, 2 separate times of peak optical efficiency can be attained over the course of sunrise-solar noon.

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Videira, Chatten AJ, Bilotti E, 2014, Cylindrical and square fibre luminescent solar concentrators: Experimental and simulation comparisons, 2014 IEEE 40th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC)

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