By H.P. Garg
The goal of penning this 3 quantity 'Advances in solar power know-how' is to supply all of the appropriate most recent details to be had within the box of solar power (Applied in addition to Theoretical) to function the easiest resource fabric at one position. makes an attempt are made to debate themes intensive to aid either the scholars (i.e. undergraduate, postgraduate, examine students etc.) and the pros (i.e. Consultancy, layout, and contracting firms). bankruptcy 1 starts off with a short heritage of sun homes (active heating), one of many oldest and nonetheless the commonly used software of solar power. numerous tools of construct ing heating and different basic facets similar to construction shape and features also are defined. a number of elements of lively sun heating of creating like sunlight collector, garage approach, regulate unit, auxiliary warmth resource, and so on. are mentioned very in brief. 3 different types of sun lively heating of constructions like sun air platforms, sun liquid platforms, and sun assisted warmth pump structures are mentioned intimately during this bankruptcy. layout information and function of 9 regular sunlight homes that are in use in several weather conditions and utilizing a few more moderen suggestions also are mentioned extensive during this chapter.
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9. 7 48 CHAPTER 1 percent of the house heating load including water preheating and heating. 15. It is seen from this figure that in winter months, the heating load requirement of the house was even greater than the total solar radiation available on the solar collectors and it is much more than the collected heat. In spring and early falls only the solar radiation on the collector was more then the heating load. These figures very clearly indicate that small collector area was used compared to the heating demand of the house.
Now the parameter F 1S g1ven as: Qload QSolar QAir Free Energy F Heating load Now the values of F will be different for different combinations of heating systems and solar energy collectors. For a system where there is no heat pump and solar energy system, value of F will be zero. For a system where there is only a heat pump, F will be the ratio of QAi to Qload only and in case F will be constant equal to 3g percent. 12. 0 > 09 ex: w z w w w 0·8 " a: IJ.. DUAL SOURCE SYSTEM (I COVER) PARALLEL SYSTEM (I COVER) 0·7 > co 0 w 0·6 :::; (l.
2. Transferring solar heated air directly from solar air collectors to the load and the return cold air from load directly to the inlet of the solar air collectors. 3. Transferring stored heat from the storage system to the load and cold air from the load directly to the bottom of the storage system. In this case the solar collectors are ineffective. 4. In this mode of operation both the solar storage and solar collectors are ineffective and the cold return room air is directly passed through the auxiliary heater and then to the room.
Advances in Solar Energy Technology: Volume 2: Industrial Applications of Solar Energy by H.P. Garg