The Calculation of Solar Cells with the Function of H – Geometry
Dr. Donaldas Zanevičius
Journal of Natural Sciences, 1(1), pp. 01-07.

When the function exp is used for diode volt-amperes characteristic, then the volt-amperes characteristic of Solar cells cannot be calculated using standard computer programs. Therefore, special algorithms and programs are developed. If the diode volt-amperes characteristic is described by geometrical progression function of tph, the volt imperial characteristic of Solar cells is described by second grade algebraic equation, which solution is easily calculated by an analytical function. Using the geometrical progression function the calculations of transistor schemes also significantly deteriorates.

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Zanevičius, Dr. Donaldas. (2013). The Calculation of Solar Cells with the Function of H – Geometry. Journal of Natural Sciences, 1(1), pp. 01-07.

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Dr. Donaldas Zanevičius is the President of the Lithuanian Engineers Association. He graduated from the Kaunas Technological University; and his way is that of the Engineering Scientist. In the beginning, he participated in the design and creation of the first Lithuanian computer. In 1962 he established the Microchip Design Institute “Venta”, where he worked as a CEO. This institute was the first to design and produce microchips to become the first Lithuanian-made board computer. Later he participated in establishment of the “Nuklonas” factory.

After his career in the industrial field, Mr. Zanevičius was invited to take position of the Deputy Director for science at the Semiconductor Physics Institute of the Lithuanian Academy of Science, and after a while he became an Advisor to the President of the Lithuanian Academy of Science.