2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part B
Using the Lagrange equation to plot the most useful capacity of the photovoltaic age in economic analysis
Author(s): Hadeel Moataz Al-Dabbas and Ahmed Younes Jabbar
Abstract: The Lagrange equation is a standard method for solving this limited optimization issue. The Lagrange equation is applied in a time-consuming and customary manner in order to recall the nonlinear functions of dependability restrictions that occur as a result of paying attention to various scenarios. The approach of Lagrange has been successfully applied to several optimization problems. Where, for high-quality customization of PV devices and batteries, value features were minimized using the Lagrange equation to achieve the highest level in the world with little computing complexity. Where the analytical comparisons between the outcomes and the change in the overall performance of the simulation were examined, and where the results were favorable. Using the Lagrange equation and the Mahtematica software, high-quality results were achieved. Two locations for which samples were acquired from the Faculty of Science at American Harvard University were compared with an explanation of the obtained findings.
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Hadeel Moataz Al-Dabbas and Ahmed Younes Jabbar. Using the Lagrange equation to plot the most useful capacity of the photovoltaic age in economic analysis. Journal of Mathematical Problems, Equations and Statistics. 2023; 4(1): 86-92.