Nabin Sarmah
Nabin Sarmah
Department of Energy; Tezpur University; India
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Opportunities and challenges in micro-and nano-technologies for concentrating photovoltaic cooling: A review
L Micheli, N Sarmah, X Luo, KS Reddy, TK Mallick
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 20, 595-610, 2013
Feed-in tariff for solar photovoltaic: The rise of Japan
F Muhammad-Sukki, SH Abu-Bakar, AB Munir, SHM Yasin, ...
Renewable energy 68, 636-643, 2014
Mirror symmetrical dielectric totally internally reflecting concentrator for building integrated photovoltaic systems
F Muhammad-Sukki, SH Abu-Bakar, R Ramirez-Iniguez, SG McMeekin, ...
Applied energy 113, 32-40, 2014
Modelling photovoltaic soiling losses through optical characterization
GP Smestad, TA Germer, H Alrashidi, EF Fernández, S Dey, H Brahma, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 58, 2020
Numerical studies of thermal comfort for semi-transparent building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV)-vacuum glazing system
A Ghosh, N Sarmah, S Sundaram, TK Mallick
Solar Energy 190, 608-616, 2019
Evaluation and optimization of the optical performance of low-concentrating dielectric compound parabolic concentrator using ray-tracing methods
N Sarmah, BS Richards, TK Mallick
Applied optics 50 (19), 3303-3310, 2011
Numerical modelling and experimental validation of a low concentrating photovoltaic system
H Baig, N Sarmah, KC Heasman, TK Mallick
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 113, 201-219, 2013
Design, development and indoor performance analysis of a low concentrating dielectric photovoltaic module
N Sarmah, BS Richards, TK Mallick
Solar Energy 103, 390-401, 2014
A model based on artificial neuronal network for the prediction of the maximum power of a low concentration photovoltaic module for building integration
EF Fernández, F Almonacid, N Sarmah, P Rodrigo, TK Mallick, ...
Solar Energy 100, 148-158, 2014
A review of algorithms for control and optimization for energy management of hybrid renewable energy systems
B Jyoti Saharia, H Brahma, N Sarmah
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 10 (5), 2018
Enhancing performance of a linear dielectric based concentrating photovoltaic system using a reflective film along the edge
H Baig, N Sarmah, D Chemisana, J Rosell, TK Mallick
Energy 73, 177-191, 2014
Design, fabrication and outdoor performance analysis of a low concentrating photovoltaic system
N Sarmah, TK Mallick
Solar Energy 112, 361-372, 2015
Theoretical investigation considering manufacturing errors of a high concentrating photovoltaic of cassegrain design and its experimental validation
K Shanks, N Sarmah, JP Ferrer-Rodriguez, S Senthilarasu, KS Reddy, ...
Solar Energy 131, 235-245, 2016
Design and numerical analysis of enhanced cooling techniques for a high concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) system
M Theristis, N Sarmah, TK Mallick, TS O’Donovan
27th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, 260-265, 2012
A unified global investigation on the spectral effects of soiling losses of PV glass substrates: preliminary results
L Micheli, EF Fernández, GP Smestad, H Alrashidi, N Sarmah, N Sellami, ...
2017 IEEE 44th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC), 2858-2863, 2017
Design and performance evaluation of a low concentrating line-axis dielectric photovoltaic system
N Sarmah
Heriot-Watt University, 2012
Design of a 16-cell densely-packed receiver for high concentrating photovoltaic applications
L Micheli, N Sarmah, X Luo, KS Reddy, TK Mallick
Energy Procedia 54, 185-198, 2014
Optical analysis of a photovoltaic V-trough system installed in western India
S Maiti, N Sarmah, P Bapat, TK Mallick
Applied optics 51 (36), 8606-8614, 2012
The design of a parabolic reflector system with high tracking tolerance for high solar concentration
K Shanks, N Sarmah, KS Reddy, T Mallick
AIP Conference Proceedings 1616 (1), 211-214, 2014
Effect of spectral response of solar cells on the module output when individual cells are shaded
B Talukdar, S Buragohain, S Kumar, V Umakanth, N Sarmah, ...
Solar Energy 137, 303-307, 2016
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