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Modeling of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: A Review of Recent Advances
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DSSC, Recombination, Generation Modeling, Electron Transport
The efficiency and stability of DSSCs are still limited by the complex interfacial processes that occur between the different components of the device, such as the dye- sensitized layer, the electrolyte, and the photoanode. Modeling and simulation have played a crucial role in improving our understanding of the fundamental physics and chemistry of DSSCs, and in optimizing their performance. However, accurately modeling interfacial processes in DSSCs is a challenging task that requires a detailed understanding of the underlying physics and chemistry, as well as the development of sophisticated simulation and modeling techniques. In recent years, significant progress has been made in the modeling and simulation of DSSCs, with a focus on the key physical processes involved in device operation, such as light absorption, electron transport and recombination. This review article provides an overview of recent advances in the modeling and simulation of DSSCs. Specifically, we highlight the key physical processes involved in device operation and the recent developments in modeling specific components of the DSSC, such as the dye-sensitized layer, the electrolyte, and photoanode. The continued development and improvement of simulation and modeling techniques for DSSCs will be critical in advancing the understanding and optimization of these promising solar cell technologies.
Researchers Nasim Dehghani (First researcher) , Ahmad Jamekhorshid (Second researcher) , Tahmineh Jalali (Third researcher) , Shahriar Osfouri (Fourth researcher)