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Mobile photovoltaic applications literature review

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'''Adiyabat, A., Kurokawa, K., 2002. Performance analysis of portable photovoltaic power generation systems based on measured data in Mongolia. Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 2002. Conference Record of the Twenty-Ninth IEEE 1664 – 1667.''' [].
The paper describes the research given on exploitation of a portable PV system designated to provide electric power for nomadic campuses in Mongolia. The locations are featured low temperatures and humidity.
Special attention should be paid to recurring of electrolyte due to its high rate of evaporation and gassing. If batteries temperature is kept above 10°C when outdoor temperature under -20°C, it does not affect at batteries lifetime.
'''Andrew Higiera, Adrian Arbidea, Amer Awaada, Justo Eiroaa, Jerry Millera, Norman Munroea, Alfredo Ravineta, Brian Reddinga, 2013. Design, development and deployment of a hybrid renewable energy powered mobile medical clinic with automated modular control system. Renewable Energy 50, 847–857.''' [].
Thin-film photovoltaic panels of 4.8 kW, as a part of hybrid system, comprising also two wind turbines, are used to serve electric load of a mobile medical clinic in Dominican Republic.
Lithium-iron-phosphate batteries are selected as this type is considered to be safer than Li-ion battery and allows to simplify the battery management system.
'''Duran, D., Martinez, I., Weber, B., Rincon, E. Juarez, J., 2014. Design of a mobile photovoltaic module system for demonstration and experimentation. Energy Procedia 57, 32 – 38.''' [].
The paper considers a variant of a training portable system, comprising 2 or 4 135 W polycrystalline PV panels with the dimensions of 1481 mm × 671 mm each. The system also includes 4 and 12 V lead acid batteries, a charge controller, inverter and control panel.

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