KR101570741B1 - Fixed type Solar Generator equipped with Reflector - Google Patents

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KR101570741B1
KR101570741B1 KR1020140045137A KR20140045137A KR101570741B1 KR 101570741 B1 KR101570741 B1 KR 101570741B1 KR 1020140045137 A KR1020140045137 A KR 1020140045137A KR 20140045137 A KR20140045137 A KR 20140045137A KR 101570741 B1 KR101570741 B1 KR 101570741B1
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The present invention relates to a stationary solar power generator equipped with a reflector for maximizing the power generation efficiency of a stationary solar power generator with a simple installation at low cost. In the stationary solar power generator provided with a reflector according to one aspect of the present invention, A condenser installed to face the culmination of the sun; First and second reflectors rotatably mounted on the first side surface and the second side surface of the condensing plate; And a control module for controlling an angle of rotation of at least one of the first and second reflectors, wherein the control module controls an angle of incidence set based on the sun's position data with respect to the season and time based on the light- The rotation angle is calculated by real-time substitution in the equation of 'rotation angle = (180 degrees -incidence angle) * rotation coefficient', wherein the rotation angle represents an angle between the reflection surface of the reflector and the light collecting surface of the condenser, It is possible to set the interval from when it is located in the southern part to the sunrise or sunset by dividing from 0 degrees to 90 degrees or from 0 degrees to -90 degrees.

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Fixed type solar generator equipped with Reflector [0002]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0002] The present invention relates to a fixed type solar power generator, and more particularly, to a fixed type solar power generator having a reflector to increase the amount of generated power.
Generally, a solar power generator is composed of a solar cell, a battery, and a power conversion device, and is a power generation facility for converting solar energy into electric energy by collecting solar light by a solar light collecting plate having a plurality of solar cells.
Since the power generation capacity of the solar cell is varied depending on the installed capacity of the solar cell, it can be developed only as needed in the required place, so that it can be used for small scale power generation as well as for large scale power generation.
Solar power generators can be classified into fixed type and solar type depending on the installation method of solar collectors.
Fixed type solar power generator has the solar light collector plate fixed at the angle that can receive the most amount of sunshine. It is easy to install because it is simple in structure and has high durability and is easy to maintain. However, There is a disadvantage in that the average power generation efficiency is not good due to a large variation in power generation amount.
The sun-tracking solar generator is a one-axis rotary type that rotates the solar concentrator to track the movement of the sun moving from one sun to the sun from the sunrise to the sunset, and a two-axis The two-axis rotary type has a problem that the incidence direction of the sunlight is always perpendicular to the solar cell module. In contrast, in the two-axis rotary type, Thereby maximizing the power generation efficiency.
However, the sun tracking type solar power generator is experiencing frequent troubles of the tracker by the companies that have applied the low cost of China and domestic parts, and when the conventional tracker method is used, Durability problems can not withstand shock from external factors and broken trackers are frequent.
Therefore, more than 95% of the domestic PV market is developing with adoption of the fixed type, although it is known that efficiency is high when using the tracking type due to the above-mentioned problems.
In other words, since the solar tracking tracker has frequent failures and malfunctions compared with high power generation efficiency, 95% of domestic installed solar power plants adopts stationary solar power plants, and therefore measures for increasing the generation amount for fixed solar power plants It is necessary.
Registration No. 10-1359438 (Registered on January 29, 2014)
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an object of the present invention to provide a stationary photovoltaic generator equipped with a reflector for maximizing power generation efficiency of a stationary photovoltaic generator by simple installation at a low cost.
According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided a stationary photovoltaic generator including a condenser provided with a condensing surface facing a crown of the sun; First and second reflectors rotatably mounted on the first side surface and the second side surface of the condensing plate; And a control module for controlling an angle of rotation of at least one of the first and second reflectors, wherein the control module controls an angle of incidence set based on the sun's position data with respect to the season and time based on the light- The rotation angle is calculated by real-time substitution in the equation of 'rotation angle = (180 degrees -incidence angle) * rotation coefficient', wherein the rotation angle represents an angle between the reflection surface of the reflector and the light collecting surface of the condenser, And the interval from the time when it is located in the southern part to the sunrise or sunset is divided into 0 to 90 degrees or 0 to 90 degrees.
According to one aspect of the present invention, the rotation coefficient can be set to 2/3, and in this case, the length of the light-collecting plate and the lengths of the first and second reflectors can be the same.
Wherein the control module controls the rotation angle of the second reflector provided on the west side to be a positive (+) incidence angle (one incident angle of 0 to 90 degrees) And the rotation angle of the first reflector provided on the same side is calculated by reflecting the incident angle (one incident angle of 0 degrees to -90 degrees) of the negative reflector into the equation, When the position of the sun is in the interval from the south to the sunset, the rotation angle of the first reflector installed on the same side reflects a positive (+) incidence angle (one incident angle of 0 degree to 90 degrees) And the rotation angle of the second reflector provided on the west side can be calculated by reflecting the negative (-) incident angle (one incident angle of 0 degree to -90 degrees) in the above equation.
The control module controls the rotation angle of the second reflector installed on the west side in the interval from sunrise to the south, and the first reflector fixes the reflection surface of the first reflector to form a 180-degree angle with the condensing surface The rotation angle of the first reflector provided on the same side is controlled in the interval from the south to the sunset, and the second reflector can fix the reflection surface of the second reflector so as to form a 180-degree angle with the condensing surface.
The control module may determine a rotation angle larger than the resultant value of the equation by a predetermined angle in consideration of the solar radiation angle according to the season and the degree of light.
The length of the light-collecting plate may be longer than the length of the first and second reflectors by a predetermined length. In this case, the control module may calculate the length of the light- A large value can be determined by controlling the rotation angle.
According to another aspect of the present invention, the rotation coefficient may be set to 1/2, and the control module may control the rotation angle of the second reflector installed on the west side in a period from sunrise to sunset, The first reflector fixes the reflective surface of the first reflector so as to form an angle of 180 degrees with respect to the condensing surface and controls the pivot angle of the first reflector provided on the same side in the section from the middle to the sunset, The control module may fix the reflection surface of the second reflector so as to form an angle of 180 degrees with respect to the condensing surface, A large value can be determined by controlling the rotation angle.
As described above, according to various aspects of the present invention, it is possible to increase the amount of generated electricity for a fixed-type solar power plant, but it can be newly installed independently or can be improved without removing the existing fixed- The cost can be greatly reduced.
In addition, since the rotation angle of the reflector can be controlled by a predetermined function formula so as to obtain maximum power generation efficiency, for example, solar light exposed outside the area of the light collecting plate of the solar power generation module can be obtained It is possible to control the angle of incidence (that is, an angle that can be scattered over the entire light-collecting surface or an angle that can be perpendicularly incident on the light-collecting surface) so as to be scattered over the entire light- The power generation efficiency of the generator is greatly improved compared with the conventional one.
1 is a schematic view of a stationary photovoltaic generator equipped with a reflector according to the present invention;
2 is a view for explaining a solar light incident angle setting method according to a first embodiment of the present invention,
3 and 4 are views showing various examples of controlling the rotation angle of the reflector according to the first embodiment of the present invention,
5 is a view for explaining a solar light incident angle setting method according to a second embodiment of the present invention,
6 to 10 are views showing various examples of controlling the rotation angle of the reflector according to the second embodiment of the present invention,
11 is a view showing an example of controlling the rotation angle of the reflector according to the third embodiment of the present invention,
12 is a view showing an example of the installation of a stationary solar power generator provided with a reflector according to the present invention.
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. In the drawings, like reference numerals are used to denote like elements in the drawings, even if they are shown in different drawings. In the following description, well-known functions or constructions are not described in detail since they would obscure the invention in unnecessary detail.
FIG. 1 is a block diagram of a stationary photovoltaic generator provided with a reflector according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, a condenser 10, reflectors 21 and 22, and a control module 30 are included can do.
The light collecting plate 10 is provided so that the light collecting surface 10a is directed toward the southern part of the sun (or referred to as azimuth angle at the midpoint) to condense sunlight. For example, as shown in Fig. 6 (a) Since it is the same as the condenser of conventional fixed type solar generator, detailed description will be omitted.
The reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 are provided to reflect the sunlight exposed outside the area of the condenser plate 10 and incident on the condenser surface 10a. For example, the reflectors 21 and 22 are rotatably installed on the same side of the condenser plate 10 The first reflector 21 and the second reflector 22 rotatably installed on the west side of the condenser 10.
According to the present embodiment, the reflectors 21 and 22 having high strength and light weight move at an angle calculated by an optimal function. The reflectors 21 and 22 are made of tempered glass, silicon, and thin film materials and are susceptible to motor vibration and wind pressure damage Instead of a solar module, it is possible to use a lightweight / high-strength material such as glass, aluminum, ultra-thin high-strength stainless steel or the like so that the structure can be deformed such as perforation or intercept, air hole, , Motors and the like can be reduced in weight and power consumption, thereby minimizing power consumption relative to an increase in power generation amount.
The reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 are disposed at an angle formed between the reflecting surface 22a of the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 and the condensing surface 10a of the condensing plate 10 (Hereinafter referred to as " rotation angle ") is within about 180 degrees. The method for rotating the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 can be designed in various ways according to the conventional method, and thus description thereof will be omitted.
The control module 30 is for controlling the rotation angle of the first and second reflectors 21 and 22 to control the rotation angle. For example, the control module 30 may control the rotation angle of the first and second reflectors 21 and 22, The turning angle can be calculated by substituting the incident angle set on the basis of the position data of Equation 1 into Equation 1 in real time.
[Equation 1]
Rotation angle = (180 degrees - incident angle) * Rotation coefficient
The rotation coefficient in Equation (1) is a coefficient previously set to determine the rotation angle so that the sunlight reflected by the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 can be condensed to the condenser 10a as efficiently as possible, 2 is set to 2/3 in the first embodiment is divided into the second embodiment and the control module 30 calculates the rotation angle to control the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22, .
The first embodiment can calculate the rotation angle in accordance with the following expression (2), and the second embodiment can calculate the rotation angle in accordance with the following expression (3).
&Quot; (2) "
Rotation angle = (180 degrees - incident angle) * 1/2
&Quot; (3) "
Rotation angle = (180 degrees - incident angle) * 2/3
First Embodiment (Embodiment for Controlling Rotation Angle Based on Equation (2)) [
FIG. 2 is a view for explaining a solar light incident angle setting method according to the first embodiment of the present invention. FIGS. 3 and 4 show various examples of controlling the rotation angle of the reflector according to the first embodiment of the present invention FIG.
In the first embodiment, the incident angle is set on the basis of the sun's position data with respect to the season and time. For example, as shown in FIG. 2, The incident angle data may be stored in the control table of the control module 30 in correspondence with the sun position data according to the season and time. .
In the first embodiment, the control module 30 controls the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 provided on the west side of the condenser 10 to be a function of the above-mentioned expression (2) The first reflector 21 provided on the same side of the light collecting plate 10 can control the reflection surface 21a of the first reflector 21 on the condensing surface 10a without applying the function of Equation (2) (Refer to FIG. 3 and FIG. 4).
3, when the sun is at a position at an incidence angle of 80 degrees in the sunrise and the southern section, the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is changed from 180 degrees to 80 degrees according to Equation (2) ) / 2 = 50 degrees', and the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 is fixed to 180 degrees.
As another example of the first embodiment, when the sun further moves from the position of FIG. 3 to the position of the incident angle of 10 degrees at the sunrise and the southern section as shown in FIG. 4, the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is (180 degrees-10 degrees) / 2 = 85 degrees', and the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 is still fixed to 180 degrees.
When the angle of rotation of the reflector 22 is adjusted according to the function of Equation (2) as in the first embodiment of FIGS. 3 to 4, when the incident angle is perpendicular to the incident surface, The sunlight is incident perpendicularly to the light collecting surface 10a of the light collecting plate 10, so that the maximum power generation efficiency can be obtained according to the first embodiment.
In the first embodiment, the control module 30 calculates the turning angle of the first reflector 21 provided on the same side of the condenser 10 in the range from sun to sun as a function of the above-described expression (2) The second reflector 22 provided on the west side of the light collecting plate 10 can control the reflection surface 22a of the second reflector 22 on the condensing surface 10a without applying the function of Equation (2) ) And 180 degrees.
Second Embodiment (Embodiment for Controlling Rotation Angle Based on Equation (3)) [
FIG. 5 is a view for explaining a solar light incident angle setting method according to a second embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 6 to 10 show various examples of controlling the rotation angle of the reflector according to the second embodiment of the present invention FIG.
In the second embodiment, it is assumed that the length L1 of the condenser 10 and the length L2 of the first and second reflectors 21 and 22 are equal to each other.
In the second embodiment, the incident angle is set based on the sun's position data according to the season and time. For example, as shown in FIG. 5, when the sun is located on the first day, The incident angle data can be set by dividing the interval from sunrise to sunset by a positive (+) incidence angle of 0 to 90 degrees or a negative (-) incidence angle of 0 to -90 degrees. Can be stored in the control table of the control module 30 in correspondence with the position data of the sun corresponding to the sun.
In the second embodiment, when the sun's position is in the interval from sunrise to sunset, the control module 30 calculates a positive (+) incident angle (0 to 90 degrees Is applied to the function of Equation (3) to calculate the corresponding rotation angle, and the second mirror (22) is controlled in real time by the calculated rotation angle, and the first reflector 21 may be fixedly controlled so that the reflection surface 21a of the first reflector 21 forms a 180-degree angle with the condensing surface 10a without applying the function of Equation (3) To -90 degrees) to the function of Equation (3) to calculate the rotation angle, and to control the first mirror 21 in real time by the calculated rotation angle.
In the second embodiment, when the position of the sun is in the interval from the south to the sunset, the control module 30 calculates a positive (+) incident angle (0 to 90 degrees Is reflected to the function of Equation (3) to calculate the rotation angle, and the first mirror 21 is controlled in real time by the calculated rotation angle, and the second mirror The turning angle of the second reflecting mirror 22 may be fixedly controlled so that the reflecting surface 22a of the second reflecting mirror 22 is 180 degrees with the reflecting surface 10a without applying the function of Equation (3) The angle of incidence (one incident angle of 0 degree to -90 degrees) is reflected in the function of Equation (3) to calculate the rotation angle, and the second mirror 22 can be controlled in real time by the calculated rotation angle.
6, when the sun is at a position at an incidence angle of 90 degrees in the sunrise and the southern section, the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is changed from 180 degrees to 90 degrees according to Equation (3) 2/3 = 60 degrees ", and the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 is 180 degrees.
In another example of the second embodiment, as shown in FIG. 7, when the sun is at a position where the incidence angle is 45 degrees in the sunrise and the southern section, the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is' * 2/3 = 90 degrees', and the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 can be fixed to 180 degrees.
In another example of the second embodiment, as shown in FIG. 8, when the sun is at a position where the incidence angle is 30 degrees in the sunrise and the southern section, the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is' 30 degrees) * 2/3 = 100 degrees ", and the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 can be fixed to 180 degrees.
In another example of the second embodiment, as shown in FIG. 9, when the sun is at a position where the incident angle is 30 degrees (-30 degrees) in the midpoint and sunset, the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 is (180 degrees -30 degrees) * 2/3 = 100 degrees ", and the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is controlled to be 180 degrees + 30 degrees * 2/3 = 140 degrees ", or fixed at 180 degrees.
In another example of the second embodiment, as shown in FIG. 10, when the sun is in a position where the incidence angle is 60 degrees (-60 degrees) in the south and south sections, the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 is (180 degrees -60 degrees) * 2/3 = 80 degrees', and the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is controlled to be 180 degrees + 60 degrees * 2/3 = 160 degrees ", or fixed at 180 degrees.
When the rotation angle of the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 is adjusted according to the function of Equation (3) as in the second embodiment of Figures 6 to 10, the sunlight reflected by the reflecting surfaces 21a and 22a is reflected by the light- The incident light is incident on the entire area of the light collecting surface 10a. Therefore, according to the second embodiment, the solar reflected light can be incident on the light collecting surface with the largest area, and the power generation efficiency is greatly improved.
11 is a view showing another example of controlling the rotation angle of the reflector according to the third embodiment of the present invention.
The sphere of the sun is not a single straight ray, but the diameter is 32'2 "36 when the sun is at 1AU. The sun is far away, but at 149.6 million km, Occurs.
The rotation angle of the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 when the sun is in the center (i.e., when the incident angle is 0 degrees) is (180-0) * 1/2 = 90 degrees according to the function of Equation 2 according to the first embodiment The rotation angle of the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 may be determined to be a larger value by a predetermined angle than 90 degrees and controlled according to Equation (4) taking into account the radiation angle of the sun. For example, the radiation angle of sunlight is almost the same as the radius, which varies depending on the season and the degree of radiance. If the radiation angle is 4 degrees, when the sun is in the middle (ie when the incident angle is 0 degrees) 22) is '(180-0) * 1/2 + 4 = 94 degrees' according to the function of Equation (4).
&Quot; (4) "
Rotation angle = (180 degrees - incident angle) * 1/2 + radiation angle
Also, with respect to the second embodiment of the present invention described above, the rotation angle of the reflectors 21 and 22 can be controlled according to the following equation (5) in which the radiation angle of the sun is taken into account in addition to the result of the equation (2).
&Quot; (5) "
Rotation angle = (180 degrees - incident angle) * 2/3 + radiation angle
12 is a view showing an example of controlling the rotation angle of the reflector according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention.
The fourth embodiment is a modified example of the second embodiment (L1 = L2), in which the length L1 of the condenser 10 is set to be longer than the length L2 of the first and second reflectors 21, The turning angle of the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 is calculated according to the following equation (6) which is added by the angle &thetas; corresponding to the long length L3 of the condenser plate to the result of the above- Can be controlled.
&Quot; (6) "
Rotation angle = (180 degrees - incident angle) * 2/3 +?
12, when the sun is at a position at an incidence angle of 90 degrees in the sunrise and the southern section, the rotation angle of the second reflector 22 is changed from 180 degrees to 90 degrees according to Equation (6) (2/3) + [theta] = 60 degrees + [theta] ', and the rotation angle of the first reflector 21 is 180 degrees.
If the rotation angle of the reflecting mirrors 21 and 22 is adjusted according to the function of Equation 6 as in the fourth embodiment of FIG. 12, the sunlight reflected by the reflecting surfaces 21a and 22a is reflected by the light collecting surface 10a So that the solar reflected light can be incident on the condensing surface with a maximum area according to the fourth embodiment, and the power generation efficiency is greatly improved.
FIG. 13 is a view showing an installation example of FIG. 1. As shown in FIG. 13, according to an embodiment of the present invention, a condensing plate 10 of a conventional stationary photovoltaic generator as shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 13 (b), the reflectors 21 and 22 can be additionally provided on both sides of the reflector. Therefore, it is easy to improve the existing installations and thus the installation cost can be greatly reduced.
The foregoing description is merely illustrative of the technical idea of the present invention, and various changes and modifications may be made by those skilled in the art without departing from the essential characteristics of the present invention. Therefore, the embodiments disclosed in the present invention are intended to illustrate rather than limit the scope of the present invention, and the scope of the technical idea of the present invention is not limited by these embodiments. The scope of protection of the present invention should be construed according to the following claims, and all technical ideas within the scope of equivalents should be construed as falling within the scope of the present invention.
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  1. A condensing plate provided so that the condensing surface faces the southern part of the sun;
    First and second reflectors rotatably mounted on the first side surface and the second side surface of the condensing plate; And
    And a control module for controlling a rotation angle of at least one of the first and second reflectors,
    Wherein the control module calculates the pivot angle by substituting real-time incident angle data stored in the control table on the basis of the position data of the sun with respect to the light-condensing surface and the time according to the time, Represents the angle between the reflecting surface of the reflecting mirror and the light collecting surface of the condensing plate,
    Wherein the incidence angle is set in a range from 0 ° to 90 ° or from 0 ° to -90 ° from a sunrise to a sunrise or sunset.
    [Mathematical Expression]
    Rotation angle = (180 degrees - incident angle) * Rotation coefficient
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the rotation coefficient is 2/3.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein a length of the light-collecting plate and a length of the first and second reflectors are equal to each other.
  4. 3. The method of claim 2,
    The control module includes:
    When the position of the sun is in the interval from sunrise to sunlight, the rotation angle of the second reflector installed on the west side reflects a positive (+) incidence angle (one incident angle of 0 degree to 90 degrees) And the rotation angle of the first reflector provided on the same side surface is calculated by reflecting the incident angle of the negative (-) incident angle (one incident angle of 0 degree to -90 degrees)
    When the position of the sun is in the interval from the south to the sunset, the rotation angle of the first reflector installed on the same side reflects a positive (+) incidence angle (one incident angle of 0 degree to 90 degrees) And the angle of rotation of the second reflector provided on the western side is calculated by reflecting the incident angle (one incident angle of 0 deg. To -90 deg.) Of the negative A fixed solar photovoltaic generator comprising:
  5. 3. The method of claim 2,
    The control module controls the rotation angle of the second reflector installed on the west side in the interval from sunrise to the south, and the first reflector fixes the reflection surface of the first reflector to form a 180-degree angle with the condensing surface And the rotation angle of the first reflector provided on the same side is controlled in the interval from the south to the sunset, and the second reflector fixes the reflection surface of the second reflector so as to form an angle of 180 degrees with the condenser surface. A fixed solar power generator having a reflector for outputting an output signal;
  6. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the control module determines a rotation angle larger than a result value of the equation by a predetermined angle in consideration of the solar radiation angle according to season and the degree of latitude, and controls the fixed solar generator .
  7. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the length of the condensing plate is longer than the length of the first and second reflectors by a predetermined length.
  8. 8. The method of claim 7,
    Wherein the control module determines a turning angle larger than the result of the equation by a predetermined angle in consideration of an elongated length of the condensing plate.
  9. The method according to claim 1,
    And the rotation coefficient is 1/2.
  10. 10. The method of claim 9,
    The control module controls the rotation angle of the second reflector installed on the west side in the interval from sunrise to the south, and the first reflector fixes the reflection surface of the first reflector to form a 180-degree angle with the condensing surface And the rotation angle of the first reflector provided on the same side is controlled in the interval from the south to the sunset, and the second reflector fixes the reflection surface of the second reflector so as to form an angle of 180 degrees with the condenser surface. A fixed solar power generator having a reflector for outputting an output signal;
  11. 10. The method of claim 9,
    Wherein the control module determines a rotation angle that is larger by a predetermined angle than the result of Equation 1 in consideration of the solar radiation angle according to the season and the degree of latitude, generator.
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