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    Title: EVA交聯度最佳試驗設計
    Other Titles: Optimal design for crosslinking degree of EVA
    Authors: 莊惟安;Chung, Wei-An
    Contributors: 淡江大學數學學系碩士班
    蔡志群;Tsai, Chih-Chun
    Keywords: 交聯度;最小極值分配;最佳層壓試驗;crosslinking degree of EVA;Extreme value distribution;optimal test plan
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:49:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著能源短缺,太陽能成為主要的替代能源之一,而影響太陽能系統的發電效能與壽命跟其結構成份EVA膜之交聯程度有極大相關。本研究對EVA膜分別進行太陽能模組最佳層壓試驗,再使用化學法以及DSC法破壞量測收集資料,以進一步探討問題。
    With the shortage of energy, solar power has become the most appreciative choice in the world. The performance of the solar modules has great relevant with the degree of crosslinking for EVA sheet. Motivated the three lamination tests on solar modules, the study proposed a simple regression model to describe the relationship between the degree of crosslinking and laminated time. Then, given the specification limits of the degree of crosslinking, the optimal laminated time can be derived. Next, by estimating the optimal lamination time accurately, the optimal laminated design can be obtained. Finally, a simulation study was conducted, and the results showed that the simulated values are quite close to the asymptotic values.
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