Solar Energy Fundamentals and Modeling Techniques
Download Link: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Solar Technologies for Buildings
Ursula Eicker, "Solar Technologies for Buildings"
John Wiley and Sons | July 2003 | ISBN: 047148637X | PDF | 5.4 MB
Download Link: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Powering Your Home With Solar Energy
Powering Your Home With Solar Energy, English | 2009 | 126 pages | PDF | 6 MB
Chapter 1: Solar Panels: How Do They Work
Chapter 2: Build Your Own Solar Panels There are at least two popular ways to build do-it-yourself solar panels Kits Build Your Cells From Scratch
Chapter 3: Solar Panels: Can You Go Off the Grid Now Net Metering: Another Way to Go “Off Grid'
Chapter 4: Off-Grid Solar Electric System Explained There are two main factors involved in living off-grid
A basic off-grid system is made up of 9 components
Chapter 5: Passive Solar Ways to Light Your Home
Chapter 6: Solar Energy: Which is Better, Active or Passive
Chapter 7: Concentrating Solar Power Systems.
Chapter 8: Solar Panels: Will They Work For Your Pool
Chapter 9: Solar Water Heaters for Your
Download Link: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes
Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes 2000 | 944 pages | ISBN:0471510564| PDF | 35 Mb
Many of the newest developments in solar energy science and technology are covered in this Second Edition. There is a thorough up-to-date review of solar energy principles and the functioning, design and economics of solar thermal processes. Convection and radiation, properties of materials, components, systems and applications to active space and water heating are discussed. Includes examples and problems of tabulated radiation data and conversion factors.
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Solar Cell Device Physics, Second Edition
Academic Press | 2010 | ISBN: 0123747740 | 361 pages | PDF | 5,5 MB
There has been an enormous infusion of new ideas in the field of solar cells over the last 15 years; discourse on energy transfer has gotten much richer, and nanostructures and nanomaterials have revolutionized the possibilities for new technological developments. However, solar energy cannot become ubiquitous in the world's power markets unless it can become economically competitive with legacy generation methods such as fossil fuels.
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