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Cellules photovoltaïques organiques souples à grande surface

Loïc Bailly 1
IMS - Laboratoire de l'intégration, du matériau au système
Abstract : To obtain an approach where the industrial aspect of the project is supported by academic knowledge and the analytical capacities of research, this work concerning the large area flexible organic solar cells begins by describing the photovoltaic energy in general. The ins and outs of its development are detailed, as well as the different technologies involved. The organic semiconductors, the physical mechanisms involved in the photovoltaic electricity production and the physical values attached to the organic solar cells as well as the various structures of these cells are then presented. Devices realized within the framework of this work are then presented. The various techniques of depositing thin layers allowing the mass production as well as those allowing the smaller-scale production are presented. This presentation comes along with an exhaustive research of the publications telling the use of these techniques of printing to create organic photovoltaic devices. A comparison of those various techniques is led to determine the relevant means of production. A complete bibliographical study led on large area organic solar cells is presented. Cells and modules realized thanks to the experimental process of heliogravure coating are then presented. The work realized with another process called doctor blade is then exposed. Finally, the problem of the drying and annealing of the thin layers deposited continuously is raised, and the microwave treatment proposed as a possible solution.
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Loïc Bailly. Cellules photovoltaïques organiques souples à grande surface. Micro et nanotechnologies/Microélectronique. Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux I, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-01005188⟩



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