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willDavidson

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- I would like to solve an equation that ends up in a form similar to y*exp(y)=[some constant]

I am trying to solve for J in the equation attached. I've also posted a link to the equation. The equation is to solve for J but both the left and right sides have J. I'm not quite sure how to solve that and it looks really messy so I simplified. Letting all of the terms equal either 0 of 1, I get J*exp(J)=2. The terms I simplified are below.

Let J01=1, q/kt=1, Rs=1, Rshunt=infinity, V=0

I'm stuck on what to do with this to solve for J so any help is appreciated.

https://www.pveducation.org/pvcdrom/characterisation/double-diode-model

Let J01=1, q/kt=1, Rs=1, Rshunt=infinity, V=0

I'm stuck on what to do with this to solve for J so any help is appreciated.

https://www.pveducation.org/pvcdrom/characterisation/double-diode-model