by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Karl W. Baker, Miles O. Dustin, and Roger Crane.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 102473.|
|Contributions||Crane, Roger A., Dustin, Miles O., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Design of Solar Thermal Power Plants introduces the basic design methods of solar thermal power plants for technicians engaged in solar thermal power generation engineering. This book includes the author’s theoretical investigation and study findings in solar heat concentrators, a performance evaluation of solar thermal collectors, a numerical simulation of the heat transfer process between complex geometrics, heat transfer . Energy analysis of space solar dynamic heat receivers employing solid–liquid phase change storage is developed. The heat receiver is a critical component of a solar dynamic system. Fluidized beds may be considered a promising option to collection and storage of thermal energy of solar radiation in Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) systems thanks to their excellent thermal properties in terms of bed-to-wall heat transfer coefficient and thermal diffusivity and to the possibility to operate at much higher temperature. A novel concept of solar receiver for combined heat and Cited by: 2. The heat receiver is a critical component of a solar dynamic system. Phase change thermal energy storage is used in the heat receiver. The energy analysis presented here can be used to understand the energy transfer in the heat receiver and thermal energy storage in phase change materials (PCM).
DETAILED DESIGN OF A SPACE BASED SOLAR POWER SYSTEM by Sean Joseph Mobilia In , Dr. Peter Glaser (Ledbetter, ) first developed the idea of Space Based Solar Power (SBSP), which involved collecting solar power in orbit and then transmitting that power to the surface. However, to this day, despite a lot of discussion. The aim of this work is the proposal and the analysis of advanced solar dynamic space power systems for electrical space power generation. In the first part of this work (Agazzani and Massardo, ) a performance optimization procedure for a SDCC (Solar Dynamic Combined Cycle) and a SDBC (Solar Dynamic Binary Cycle) was presented. Also, for small-size space power systems (up to 50 kW), the efficiency of the solar dynamic combined cycle can be comparable with Stirling engine performance. The closed Brayton cycle and organic Rankine cycle designs are based on a great deal of maturity assessed in much previous work on terrestrial and solar dynamic power systems. SOLAR DYNAMIC AND PHOTOVOLTAIC NUCLEAR THERMIONIC 10 DAYS Approximate ranges of application of different power sources. Design Space for RTGs 5-Year Design % of Original Power Life Years 50 0 The year half-life of Pu results in 96% of the original heat lifetimes than solar power systems. – Supplied with RTGs, the.
Year: PV Basics, PV Technology, and PV Systems. In addition the book also covers other forms of solar en-ergy, in particular Solar Thermal applications and Solar Fuels. Many of the topics that are discussed in this book are also covered in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Solar Energy (DelftX, ETTU) that is. To bring space solar dynamics to fruition, several different component technologies must be concurrently developed. There are programs under- way to accomplish addition to the solar dynamic power module development effort for space station, advanced concentrator and heat receiver. Warm air is then blown out into the room. Because solar air heaters are more effective at heating smaller rooms, they have more in common with traditional space heaters than whole-house heating systems. Solar air heaters can be incredibly energy efficient and can reduce your heating costs by as much as 70 percent. Goals of System Design When considering the design of an electrical distribution system for a given customer and facility, the electrical engineer must consider alternate design approaches that best fit the following overall goals. 1. Safety: The No. 1 goal is to design a power system that will not present any electrical hazard to the people who.