Low cost silicon array project experimental process system development unit for producing semiconductor-grade silicon using the silane-to- silicon process by Union Carbide Corporation

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  • Silane,
  • Pyrolysis,
  • Semiconductors

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SeriesDOE/JPL ; 954334-12, DRD ; no. SE-6
ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy
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[Washington]: Dept. of Energy ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Technical Report: Low Cost Solar Array Project. Feasibility of the silane process for producing semiconductor-grade silicon.

Final report, October March Title on Fourth quarterly report is: Large area silicon sheet task, low-cost silicon solar array project. Description: volumes: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: First quarterly progress report--Second quarterly progress report--Fourth quarterly progress report.

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Low cost silicon solar array project, task I: establishment of the feasibility of a process capable of low cost, high volume production of silane, SiH4.

[W C Breneman; J Y P Mui; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Technical Information Center.; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. The Low-Cost Solar Array (LSA) Project is directed toward effective cost reduction in the production of silicon for solar cells.

Results are presented for. Low cost silicon solar array project silicon materials task: Establishment of the feasibility of a process capable of low-cost, high volume production of silane (step 1) and the pyrolysis of silane to semiconductor-grade silicon (step 2) Breneman, W.

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Low cost silicon solar array project silicon materials task Abstract. A program was established to develop a high temperature silicon production process using existing electric arc heater technology.

Silicon tetrachloride and a reductant will be injected into an arc heated mixture of hydrogen and argon. Low cost silicon solar array project. Task 1: Establishment of the feasibility of a process capable of low cost, high volume production of silane, SiH4 Breneman, W.

C.; Mui, J. Abstract. The kinetics of the redistribution of dichlorosilane and trichlorosilane vapor over a tertiary amine ion exchange resin catalyst were investigated. Growth configurations were developed which produced crystals having low residual stress levels. The properties of a mm diameter round crucible were evaluated and it was found that this design had greatly enhanced temperature fluctuations arising from convection in the melt.

Thermal modeling efforts were directed to developing finite element models of the mm. Get this from a library. Low cost silicon solar array project: feasibility of low-cost, high-volume production of silane and pyrolysis of silane to semiconductor-grade silicon. [W C Breneman; E G Farrier; Hiroshi Morihara; Union Carbide Corporation.; United States.

Department of Energy. Division of Solar Energy.; Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.); Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project. The commercial production of low-cost semiconductor-grade silicon is an essential requirement of the Flat-Plate Solar Array (FSA) project.

A metric ton per year commercial facility using the Union Carbide Silane Process was estimated to produce molten silicon for a price of $/Kg ( dollars, private financing), meeting the DOE goal.

@article{osti_, title = {Low-Cost Solar Array Project. Task I. Silicon material: investigation of the hydrogenation of SiCl/sub 4/. Quarterly report}, author = {Mui, J Y.P. and Seyferth, D}, abstractNote = {A program was initiated in April of this year to study the hydrogenation of silicon tetrachloride to trichlorosilane, 3 SiCl/sub 4/ + 2 H/sub 2/ + Si.

Technical Report: Low cost silicon solar array project silicon materials task: establishment of the feasibility of a process capable of low-cost, high volume production of silane (step 1) and the pyrolysis of silane to semiconductor-grade silicon (step 2).

Quarterly progress report, Jul--Sep Part 3: Low-cost silicon solar array project Roques, R. A.; Coldwell, D. Abstract. The feasibility of a process for carbon reduction of low impurity silica in a plasma heat source was investigated to produce low-cost solar-grade silicon.

Theoretical aspects of the reaction chemistry were studied with the aid of a computer program using. @article{osti_, title = {Silicon materials task of the low cost solar array project (Phase III).

Effects of impurities and processing on silicon solar cells. Sixteenth quarterly report, July September }, author = {Hopkins, R H and Davis, J R and Rohatgi, A and Campbell, R B and Rai-Choudhury, P and Stapleton, R E and Mollenkopf, H C and McCormick, J R}.

The JPL Low-Cost Solar Array Project is sponsored by the Department of Energy (DOE) and forms part of the Solar Photovoltaic Convoasiuu Prugram lu initiate a effort toward the development of low-cost solar arrays. This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by the United States Government.

BibTeX @MISC{Corporation77engineeringarea, author = {Bechtel Corporation}, title = {Engineering Area of the Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project Prepared By}, year = {}}. Low cost silicon solar array project: Feasibility of low-cost, high-volume production of silane and pyrolysis of silane to semiconductor-grade silicon Silicon epitaxy analysis of silane produced in the Process Development Unit operating in a completely integrated mode consuming only hydrogen and metallurgical silicon resulted in film.

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Task 1: Silicon material. Investigation of the hydrogenation of SiCl4 Low-cost solar array project. Task 1: Silicon material. Investigation of the hydrogenation of SiCl4 by Mui, J. Among various photovoltaic devices, the poly 3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene:poly styrenesulfonate (PEDOT:PSS) and silicon nanowire (SiNW)-based hybrid solar cell is getting momentum for the next generation solar cell.

Although, the power-conversion efficiency of the PEDOT:PSS–SiNW hybrid solar cell has already been reported above 13% by many researchers, it is still at a. Low cost solar array project 1: Silicon material. By D. Jewett, D. Hill and H. Bates. Abstract.

The low cost production of silicon by deposition of silicon from a hydrogen/chlorosilane mixture is described. Reactor design, reaction vessel support systems (physical support, power control and heaters, and temperature monitoring systems.

The Low-Cost Silicon Solar Array Project is funded by ERDA and forms part of the ERDA Photovoltaic Conversion Program to initiate a major effort toward the development of low-cost solar arrays. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The author wishes to express his thanks to the following individuals for their contributions to this effort.

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Large Area Silicon Sheet Task Low Cost Solar Array Project Item Preview. Progress in the development of solar cells and module process steps for low-cost solar arrays is reported. Specific topics covered include: (1) a system to automatically measure solar cell electrical performance parameters; (2) automation of wafer surface preparation, printing, and plating; (3) laser inspection of mechanical defects of solar cells; and (4) a silicon antireflection.

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By R. Hopkins, J. Davis, P. Blais, J. Mccormick and P. Rai-Choudhury. Abstract. Purity requirements for solar cell grade silicon material was developed and defined by evaluating the effects of specific impurities and impurity levels on the performance of silicon.

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(NASA-CR) SILICON MATBRIAI. TASK. N' PART 3: LOW-COST SILICON SOLAF ARRAY PROJECT Final Seport (Texas Instruments. In this paper, we present a highly sensitive and selective detection of serum carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) based on silicon nanowire (SiNW) array device.

With the help of traditional microfabrication technology, low-cost and highly controllable SiNW array devices were fabricated. After a series of surface modification processes, SiNW array biosensors show. The paper describes the silicon material task of the low-cost solar array project, which has the objective of establishing a silicon production capability equivalent to mW per year at a price less than 10 dollars/kg ( dollars) in The task program is divided into four phases: technical feasibility, scale-up studies (the present.

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The results of an investigation of solar module encapsulation systems applicable to the Low-Cost Solar Array Project cost and performance goals are presented. Six basic construction elements were identified and their specific uses in module construction defined. A uniform coating basis was established for each element.

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By R. Hopkins, J. Mccormick, R. Campbell, A. Rohatgi, The 13th quarterly report of a study entitled an Investigation of the Effects of Impurities and Processing on Silicon Solar Cells is given.

The. Amorphous (thin-film) silicon is widely acknowledged as the premier low-cost material of the photovoltaic industry. However, overconcentration the single aspect of its low production cost coupled with insufficient discussion of its other properties have resulted in a widespread incomplete understanding of the material.The 19th Project Integration Meeting (PIM) for the Flat-plate Solar Array (FSA) Project (formerly Low-cost Solar Array Project) will be held at the Pasadena Center on Novem It will be conducted differently from previous PIMS in that it will be only a one-day meeting, consisting.

Phase 2 of the Array Automated Assembly Task for the Low Cost Silicon Solar Array Project: NTRS Full-Text: View Document [PDF Size: MB] Author and Affiliation: Wihl, M. (Solarex Corp., Rockville, MD, United States) Torro, J. .

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