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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Accelerated Ageing of Seven Different Thin-Film Module Types by Sequential Exposure to Damp Heat or Damp Heat with either Additional Applied Voltage or Ultraviolet LightSAMPLE Tony; SKOCZEK Artur; FIELD Michael; KOHL Michael; GEYER Dieter; HERRMANN WernerContributions to Conferences
2009Assessment of Ageing Through Periodic Exposure to Damp Heat (85 oC/85% RH) of Seven Different Thin-Film Module TypesSAMPLE Tony; SKOCZEK Artur; FIELD MichaelContributions to Conferences
2013Backsheet and Module Durability and Performance and Comparison of Accelerated Testing to Long Term Fielded ModulesGAMBOGI William; KOPCHICK James; FELDER Thomas; MACMASTER Steven; BRADLEY Alex; HAMZAVYTEHRANY Babak; KATHMANN E; STIKA Katherine; TROUT T. John; GARREAU-ILES L, et alContributions to Conferences
2006Data Analysis Of Electrical Performance Measurements From 15 Years Of Module Qualification TestsSAMPLE TONY; SKOCZEK ARTUR; DUNLOP EWAN; OSSENBRINK HEINZContributions to Conferences
2007Electrical Performance Results From Long-Term Outdoor Weathered ModulesSKOCZEK ARTUR; SAMPLE TONY; DUNLOP EWAN; OSSENBRINK HEINZContributions to Conferences
2008Electrical Performance Results From Physical Stress Testing of Commercial PV Modules to the IEC 61215 Test SequenceSKOCZEK ARTUR; SAMPLE TONY; DUNLOP EWAN; OSSENBRINK HEINZArticles in Journals
2011Ensuring Quality of PV ModulesKURTZ Sarah; WOHLGEMUTH John; SAMPLE Tony; YAMAMICHI Masaaki; AMANO James; HACKE Peter; KEMPE Michael; KONDO Michio; DOI Takuya; OTANI KenjiContributions to Conferences
1995Hydrogen Permeation Rate Reduction by Post-Oxidation of Aluminide Coatings on DIN 1.4914 Martensitic Steel (MANET)PERUJO Adolfo; SERRA Emanuele; SAMPLE TonyContributions to Conferences
2012The Impact of Materials Properties on PV Module Performance and DurabilityGAMBOGI William; FU Oakland; BRADLEY Alex; STIKA Katherine; HAMZAVY Babak; SMITH Rebecca; SAMPLE TonyContributions to Conferences
1996Liquid Metal Embrittlement Susceptibility of Welded MANET II (DIN 1.4914) in Liquid Pb-17LiSAMPLE Tony; FENICI Paolo; KOLBE Horst dieterContributions to Conferences
2009Modification to the Standard Reference Environment (SRE) for Nominal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT) to Account for Building IntegrationSAMPLE Tony; VIRTUANI AlessandroContributions to Conferences
2011A Power-Rating Model for Crystalline Silicon PV ModulesHULD Thomas; FRIESEN Gabi; SKOCZEK Artur; KENNY Robert; SAMPLE Tony; FIELD Michael; DUNLOP EwanArticles in Journals
2014Preconditioning of thin-film PV module technologies for calibrationKENNY Robert; CHATZIPANAGI Anatoli; SAMPLE TonyArticles in Journals
1993Reduction of Deuterium Permeation through DIN 1.4914 Stainless Steel (MANET) by Plasma-Spray Deposited AluminiumPERUJO Adolfo; SAMPLE TonyArticles in Journals
2006Repeatability and Consistency of Electrical Performance Results from Physical Stress Test of PV ModulesSKOCZEK ARTUR; SAMPLE TONY; DUNLOP EWAN; OSSENBRINK HEINZContributions to Conferences
2009The Results of Performance Measurements of Field-aged Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic ModulesSKOCZEK Artur; SAMPLE Tony; DUNLOP EwanArticles in Journals
2011Results of the International PV Module Quality Assurance Forum and the Road AheadSAMPLE Tony; KURTZ Sarah; WOHLGEMUTH John; YAMAMICHI Masaaki; AMANO James; HACKE Peter; KEMPE Michael; KONDO Michio; DOI Takuya; OTANI KenjiContributions to Conferences
2009A Simple Model for Estimating the Influence of Spectrum Variations on PV PerformanceHULD Thomas; SAMPLE Tony; DUNLOP EwanContributions to Conferences
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