Last edited by Tygozshura
Sunday, August 16, 2020 | History

2 edition of Studies on methods of reducing heat losses from flat plate solar collectors, phase 2 found in the catalog.

Studies on methods of reducing heat losses from flat plate solar collectors, phase 2

K. G. T. Hollands

Studies on methods of reducing heat losses from flat plate solar collectors, phase 2

annual progress report for period Feb. 1, 1976-Jan. 1, 1977, project no. 510-08

by K. G. T. Hollands

  • 186 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by University of Waterloo Research Institute in Waterloo, Ont., Canada .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar collectors -- Testing.,
  • Heat -- Transmission.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK.G.T. Hollands, G.D. Raithby, T.E. Unny.
    ContributionsRaithby, G. D., Unny, T. E., United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ812 .H65 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 40 leaves :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2616634M
    LC Control Number85181687

    The model useful heat and thermal losses are calculated by applying a dynamic energy balance under the transient regime. The facility is based on a nine-year-old on-campus field with 50 m2 flat plate solar collectors, which operated for a domestic hot water (DHW) application. The. solar water heater under study. climatic conditions. effectiveness in the case of an actual pre-pro-duction commercial unit. 3. EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY The solar water heater under study is basically a ‘flat-plate’ solar collector, of aperture area m,2 2. REDUCING THE NIGHT TIME HEAT LOSS but with a built-in storage capacity of

    The aim of this study is to investigate lifetime and efficiency of flat plate solar collectors used for solar heating plants. The m² HT (high temperature) solar collector, marketed by Arcon Solvarme A/S, has been used in solar heating plants in Scandinavia since The collector is designed to operate in a. 1. Unglazed flat plate collectors: P/A = kWth/m² 2. Glazed flat plate collectors: P/A = kWth/m² 3. Evacuated tubular collectors: P/A = kWth/m² Taking into consideration the uncertainty on each value it is reasonable to use only one value: kWth/m 2. 4. Participating organisations.

    Flat-plate solar collectors usually have three main components: A flat metal plate that intercepts and absorbs solar energy; A transparent cover that allows solar energy to pass through the cover and reduces heat loss from the absorber; A layer of insulation on the back of the absorber to reduce heat loss. Flat plate solar collectors of the type used in modern domestic hot water systems have not changed significantly in the past twenty years. These types of absorbers typically have high heat losses.


Share this book
You might also like
Evolutionary history

Evolutionary history

Warrior Legacy

Warrior Legacy

Inventing Marcel Duchamp

Inventing Marcel Duchamp

Simple Method for Computing the Dynamic Response of Passive Solar Buildings to Design Weather Conditions

Simple Method for Computing the Dynamic Response of Passive Solar Buildings to Design Weather Conditions

Modern government [by] Dell Gillette Hitchner [and] William Henry Harbold.

Modern government [by] Dell Gillette Hitchner [and] William Henry Harbold.

Challenge to nursing education ... preparation of the professional nurse for future roles

Challenge to nursing education ... preparation of the professional nurse for future roles

The Oxford companion to beer

The Oxford companion to beer

Education Meghalaya, 76.

Education Meghalaya, 76.

Current trends in criminological research

Current trends in criminological research

Old Irish glass

Old Irish glass

Proposed Kaibab National Forest plan

Proposed Kaibab National Forest plan

Southeastern New York

Southeastern New York

Studies on methods of reducing heat losses from flat plate solar collectors, phase 2 by K. G. T. Hollands Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Studies on methods of reducing heat losses from flat plate solar collectors, phase 2. [K G T Hollands; G D Raithby; T E Unny; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.

Technical Information Center.]. Get this from a Studies on methods of reducing heat losses from flat plate solar collectors. Methods for reducing heat losses from flat plate solar collectors.

Phase II. [K G T Hollands; G D Raithby; T E Unny; University of Waterloo,; United States. Department of Energy,;] -- Improvements to flat plate solar collectors for heating and cooling of buildings were investigated through two parallel studies.

The first study, which deals with the free convective. The present study extends earlier studies by examining the effect of the emissivities of both the absorber plate and the glass cover on the honeycomb's ability to suppress free convection, and on the radiative and conductive heat transfer which takes place across the honeycomb in the absence of free conversion.

By means of heat transfer measurements on ten Mylar honeycomb, it is shown that the Author: K. Hollands, G. Raithby, F. Russell, R. Wilkinson. The dependence of the top heat loss factor of flat plate solar collectors with single and double glazing on the basic parameters was studied.

An improved technique for calculation of the top heat loss factor of flat plate collectors with single glazing has recently been proposed by the by: 7.

More and Manwatkar [2] conducted review of existing literature on solar flat plate collectors and stated that the efficiency of solar collector enhances with (i). Energy Equation for Flat Plate Solar Collectors A micro unit dA is taken from the absorber plate in steady state according to the first law of thermodynamics [14]: QQ Q SUTTdAus l lpa (1) where Qu is the useful heat rate gain of the flat plate solar collector, Qs is the radiation flux absorbed by.

Studies include designing and analysis of novel absorber plate designs, analysing the effect of nanofluids (as heat transfer fluid) on the efficiency of collector, ways to reduce heat loss to surrounding, analysis of collectors made up of polymers and effect of add-ons like reflectors and inserts have been discussed here.

Solar water heating systems use solar collectors to capture sunlight to heat a fluid that is then moved from the collector to a storage tank. The Honeycomb Solar Thermal Collector (HSTC) is a flat plate solar thermal collector that shows promising high efficiencies over a.

Keywords: solar flat plate collector, solar radiation, collector efficiency 1. INTRODUCTION The energy radiation conversion into thermal energy is done with the help of solar collectors.

The solar collector is the essential element of a thermal-solar installation [1]. The solar. The solar heater housing with dimensions m high, m wide and m long was built with C steel profile (frame) and 22 gauge galvanized steel joints were sealed with silicone to prevent air leakage and the inner part was covered with a m-thick polystyrene plate.

flat plate collector. A well made solar collector could operate satisfactorily for more than 15 years with minimum maintenance (Rudnich et al.

Phase Changing Fluids Generally, water is used as a working fluid for a solarflat plate collector. In a two­ phase heat transfer process ofa flat plate solar collector with a phase changing. The Thermal Energy Balance for Solar Collectors General Description of Solar Collectors Types of Nonconcenlrating Solar Collectors Flat platesolarcollectors utilize a flat absorber plate to convert the electromagnetic energy of solar radiation to heat.

To reduce heat losses. of solar thermal collectors. In a solar thermal collector, the solar heat absorbed by the absorber plate is transferred to the transport medium in the fluid tubes to be carried away for storage in the storage tank or use.

The underside of the absorber plate and the side of casing are well insulated to reduce conduction losses. The liquid tubes. comprehensive numerical study on a flat plate solar collector and investigate on improvement of thermal efficiency. The aim of this work is to study the effect of operating and design parameters on the efficiency of flat plate solar collectors using cfd.

Effects of geometrical characteristics of absorber, tubes, and were considered. Research Method The approach adopted in this study is a numerical method based on the Malhotra et al model of the overall heat-loss coefficient of a flat plate collector.

The design and the operational parameters of the system used are that of the NCERD thermosyphon solar water heater (Agbo and Unachukwu, ) developed and installed at Nsukka. A Numerical Study on Heat Transfer of High Efficient Solar Flat-Plate Collectors with Energy Storage.

International Journal of Green Energy: Vol. 7, First International Conference on Applied Energy, Hong Kong, January 5–7,pp.

The results of heat loss calculations for four different solar collectors, all with the same plate and ambient temperatures, are shown in Figure The cover temperatures and the heat flux by convection and radiation are bhown for one and two glass covers and for selective and nonsclective absorber plates.

Figure Schematic of a flat plate solar collector with liquid transport medium. The solar radiation is absorbed by the black plate and transfers heat to the fluid in the tubes. The thermal insulation prevents heat loss during fluid transfer; the screens reduce the heat loss due to.

A Study was under taken to assess the performance of single glass flat plate solar water heater (SGFPSWH) and double glazed flat plate solar water heater (DGFPSWH) were experimentally investigated. Galvanized iron plate of x m2 size was employed as Flat absorber plates.

A glass plate of similar size was used as top cover for SGFPSWH and. Flat plate covered solar collectors 1 frame 2 sealing 3 transparent cover 4 thermal insulation 5 absorber Solar collectors. 16/69 Vacuum flat plate solar collectors underpressure to reduce heat loss (absolute pressure 1 to 10 kPa) load upon flat cover glazing (pillars) need for shading the radiation heat trasfer and then back to a thin.

flat-plate solar collector is mmxmmxmm and the effective glazing area is sq.m. The connection between flat plate collector and the storage tank is a simple design.

The flow pipe is connected with the inlet rings, the cold water to the collector and a pipe connected with outlet side gets the heated water out from the.experimental study on three types of solar air col-lectors, i.e.

flat plate, finned and corrugated absorbers. They reported that the V-corrugated is the most efficient collector and the flat plate collec-tor is the least efficient. In spite of this concern on improving the per-formance of solar .Use of this source of energy can be spread with the increase of solar systems efficiency.

Solar energy collectors are the devices employed to gain useful heat energy from incident solar radiation. In the present investigation, an air solar flat plate collector was developed for research purposes.