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Thermo Physical Principles of Cogeneration Technology with Concentration of Solar Radiation

  • Peter NesterenkovEmail author
  • Valeriy KharchenkoEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 866)

Abstract

This paper considers the thermo physical principles of cogeneration technology with the use of silicon photocells working with a low concentration of solar radiation. The efficiency of the technology is enhanced by the use of photocells at a relatively high temperature and cooling with liquid, which makes it possible to obtain high-potential heat and transmit it to the heat carrier in counter flow mode of the coolant. Transportation of heat energy to a stationary storage system is realized under the influence of the pressure head formed by the temperature gradient along the height of the circulation circuit. A mathematical model is proposed for calculating the thermal energy of linear photovoltaic modules, taking into account the experimentally determined electric efficiency of commercially available silicon photocells.

Keywords

Photocells Optical concentrator Heat exchanger Energy storage system 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Al-Farabi Kazakh National UniversityAlmatyKazakhstan
  2. 2.Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center VIMMoscowRussian Federation

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