379RE: [AMBIENTENERGY] Re: RE: Re: Minto / Solar / Thermoelectric
- Jan 9, 2002
>Any way knowing the spectral reflectivity of several materialsA reference book for physicists, optical engineers--something like that.
>would benefit. I could choose the best materials.
Not every day stuff. Public library up here is devoid of useful books.
Just romance fantasies and politically correct social engineering propaganda
such as Heather has 2 Mommies.
I don't know why a good library isn't online.
So much for our high civilization.
From: Charles Ford [mailto:cjford1@...]
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 9:01 AM
Subject: RE: [AMBIENTENERGY] Re: RE: Re: Minto / Solar / Thermoelectric
--- kirk <kirk@...> wrote:
> If the concentration is not too much that sounds great. AI would definitely benefit from that. I choose aluminum
> study of
> reflectors should come up with something that reflects the
> wavelengths well and is a poor reflector of UV.
because it was cheap and easy to work. In the experiment I used
between 1/8 inch cold rolled shafts. The chips are pressed to
a silk insulator against a Cu plate that is soldered to 3 Cu
tubes for cooling.
The tubes are housed inside an I-beam fence post which also
mounts the reflector. The positioner is an electric window
Just call me McGyver. :-)
Anyhow this unit produces about 500W (high noon) and continues
to produce an extra 1.3W during the night (I think that is
Although the reflectors are foil I could use something rigid on
a final design... or maybe not. If we have a hail storm my
protected and the hail will just puncture the foil.
Any way knowing the spectral reflectivity of several materials
would benefit. I could choose the best materials.
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