A Review of Solar Energy Applications in Baghdad-Iraq

A Review of Solar Energy Applications in Baghdad-Iraq

Maan J B Buni

Maan J B Buni "A Review of Solar Energy Applications in Baghdad-Iraq" Published in International Journal of Trend in Research and Development (IJTRD), ISSN: 2394-9333, Volume-7 | Issue-1 , February 2020, URL: http://www.ijtrd.com/papers/IJTRD21912.pdf

Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, is a densely populated city and suffers from significant air pollution as a result of energy production by dilapidated power stations, in addition to the use of thousands of diesel generators for this purpose. Tomorrow is characterized by a high intensity of solar radiation and a long period of brightness for most of the year. This makes the use of solar energy applications possible and desirable. The study reviews solar applications for heat and electricity production and the possibility of using them in the city of Baghdad - Iraq. In the review, references were used by several aunts in this research field, and all studies confirmed Baghdad's willingness to use solar applications such as heating water for home use. Air heating in winter which reduces the electricity consumed on this application in winter. The use of thermal storage, whether in the Trombe wall or in a solar salt gradient pond is a very successful solar application. As for the production of electricity, either through the concentrated power station (CPS) or using solar cells, studies have proven successful, with the need for further research to increase the productivity of photovoltaic cells through the use of photovoltaic systems (PVT).

Baghdad-Iraq, solar applications, solar pond; PV; PV/T.

Volume-7 | Issue-1 , February 2020


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