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As in the other thin film materials, a 2-mm thickness is adequate for the absorption of most of the incident photons. , 1997). Some concern has been expressed about the Cd content of the cells, particularly in the event of fire dispersing the Cd. It has been determined that anyone endangered by Cd in a fire would be far more endangered by the fire itself, due to the small quantity of Cd in the cells. Decommissioning of the module has also been analyzed and it has been concluded that the cost to recycle module components is pennies per watt (Fthenakis and Moskowitz, 1997).

5 Relationship of local, centralized, and off-site control. ) ß 2006 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. on the power system to which the plant is connected. Abnormal conditions are detected automatically by means of protective relays and other devices and measures are taken to isolate the faulty equipment as quickly as possible while maintaining the maximum amount of equipment in service. Typical protective devices include electrical fault detecting relays, temperature, pressure, level, speed, and fire sensors, and vibration monitors associated with the turbine, generator, and related auxiliaries.

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