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Solar Energy

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  • 1. By Sergi L.
  • 2.  What angle will a solar panel work the best?
  • 3. Ithink 180 degrees will work the best.
  • 4.  Solar panel Motor Fan blade Protractor Light source
  • 5.  Absorb Convert Electrical energy Kinetic energy ( energy of motion) Photovoltaic cell (solar panel) Radiant energy
  • 6. 2. Place the solar panel in a strong light source.3. Use a protractor to determine the best angle for the solar panel that will generate the maximum amount of power.4. Investigate how changing the amount of light and or angle of the solar panel affect the amount of power created.
  • 7.  Slant Power 0 full power 10 full power 20 full power 30 full power 40 full power 50 full power 60 full power 70 full power 80 full power 90 to 180 no power
  • 8. Result 2 Slant Power0 no power 10 no power 20 no power 30 no power 40 no power 50 no power 60 no power 70 to 180 full power
  • 9. My hypothesis was wrong 180 degrees had no power.
  • 10. When you changed the angle of thepanel toward the light, you alsochanged how much electricity wasproduced. More electricity is producedif the light is shining directly on thePV cells, because more radiant energyis striking the cells.
  • 11.  If I were going to do this experiment again, I would try to learn how to make the solar panel myself, and how to actually power something at my house.