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Simulation of the interface layers effect on the efficiency of planar perovskite solar cell
Gholamhosain Haidari * 1, Forough Hodaei 1
1- Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Malayer University, Malayer, Iran
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In this paper, the effect of interface engineering in the construction of a planar perovskite solar cell was simulated. For considering the interface between active layer and adjacent layers, the two layers IL1 and IL2 were added to the conventional structure of the solar cell, due to the surface roughness created during the fabrication. As the most important property in optical investigations, the dielectric function of two interface layers, were estimated by the Bruggeman effective medium theory. The effect of the thickness of IL1 and IL2 layers on the efficiency of perovskite solar cell was investigated by using TMM theory and FDTD simulation for this developed model. The results show that the thickness of the IL1 and the IL2 layers have a severe effect on the parasitic absorption of the active layer, which should be considered in the formation of planar perovskite solar cell.
 
Keywords: Perovskite solar cell, Interface engineering, TMM and FDTD method, Bruggeman effective medium theory.
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Haidari G, Hodaei F. Simulation of the interface layers effect on the efficiency of planar perovskite solar cell . ICOP & ICPET. 2018; 24 :697-700
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