fresnel solar concentrator -FRESNEL LENS SOLAR COLLECTION Mirror Array SOLAR POPWER Pyrolysis

November 20, 2014 – 6:24 am

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  1. 25 Responses to “fresnel solar concentrator -FRESNEL LENS SOLAR COLLECTION Mirror Array SOLAR POPWER Pyrolysis”

  2. Should try deep woods off bugspray on your fogged lens.. Might remove the
    fog. Try a small test spot in case it eats the plastic´╗┐

    By Distant Vision on Nov 20, 2014

  3. the process that i placed in another video of yours, recycles and burns the
    combustible gasses released, and this is eventually distilled and condensed
    into “wood vinegar”´╗┐

    By RuneChaosMarine on Nov 20, 2014

  4. Have you ever accidentally started a fire with these things? Burnt
    yourself? Can you show yourself doing something useful with them? Can you
    use these to improve the output of solar cells? Can you put an IR filter on
    it to remove the heat to make the solar cells generate more electricity
    without heating up the cells?

    By christo930 on Nov 20, 2014

  5. CooL! Instead of holding out a stick, what happens if you put another
    magnifie glass infront of that powerful beam of light?

    By 1ToNJaB on Nov 20, 2014

  6. @gr575 Small amount?…lol…more like a LOT of water…that solar power he
    has focus is going a helluva lot higher than 400F. Also, it takes around
    500F of open flame to burn wood. Without an open flame, wood would burn at
    roughly 800F. The fact that this wood lights up almost instantly…says
    that soalr energy has gotta be above 1000F…that’s twice the temp of a
    electric stove burner on high!

    By magicyte on Nov 20, 2014

  7. A few years for most acrylics. Some of these were really abused for testing
    UV

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

  8. This is a concept for a char oven. A chat board asked me to demonstrate how
    to heat horizontal vs. vertical during the summer. They needed side heating
    so the product could be heated without having the chamber stuffed to the
    top.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

  9. What about a optic device to make the sun shine parallel again, after
    concentrated.?? So the concentreted energy could be reflected to a
    desireable target like a furnace.

    By jerryaltman on Nov 20, 2014

  10. It depends on the lens, many lenses are not good solar collectors. Older
    ones are very good. The only way to tell would be to take it off and see.
    Also it will work to heat water but the lens would have to be very strong
    to warm 20 gallons.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

  11. Any more info? I would like to hear more.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

  12. @pshinspections I’m not American, but one can wish.

    By pshinspections on Nov 20, 2014

  13. How do you not burn down the building next to the shade?

    By Julia Xiong on Nov 20, 2014

  14. Yes they can be made into a spherical shape using the same method in the
    cutting a perfect circle video. The acrylic lasts about 2-3 years with 100%
    exposure and much longer with daily in and out. The fogged lens is actually
    5 years of 100% and was in about the same condition when we found it. Glass
    is too fragile. For boosting PV, these will work but they would just be
    replace every so often. You cab coat the smooth side with clear UV spray.
    Unknown if it helps.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

  15. are you so un-creative that you wound up watching a video about solar
    collecting fresnel lenses in a search for entertainment? The video is fine
    if your interested in fucking sunshine, its informative, not exhilarating
    you dolt.

    By BrandonFound on Nov 20, 2014

  16. I was just going to say about combining the lenses. I was also woundering
    if you heat your home heating or hot water with these?

    By UNOMINER on Nov 20, 2014

  17. Wow that would be great to sunbathe under. Tan in minutes instead of days.

    By fcomstock on Nov 20, 2014

  18. Thank you for the nice comment:-) Most last about 5-10 years with 100%
    exposure.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

  19. Hotter if the lens is good. Just be careful and make sure the area behind
    the target is fireproof and insulated from anything behind that. If you are
    simply covering a solar box design, go with regular glass. The focal length
    will not have a chance to work and the lens will just diffuse the light
    giving you less solar energy. Fresnel lenses do not increase light, the
    concentrate it so they do not add to the square ft of sunlight.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

  20. What happens if you put another fresnel lens behind the fist one on the
    focused spot. Dosnt it make a smaller spot than that is more powerfull?

    By spenatjonas on Nov 20, 2014

  21. @GREENPOWERSCIENCE Ah. Right. :)

    By spenatjonas on Nov 20, 2014

  22. Dan that’s real good.To line up the mirrors you could tape a laser pen to
    surface to get a perpendicular mounting that an assistant held in the
    center of the mirror,moving it until it lines on a target.Just a suggestion
    to kick around,keep up the good work.Thanks much, Skip J.

    By Clifton Jamison on Nov 20, 2014

  23. The base answer is yes. The detail answer says you need to do quite a bit
    of engineering to do it. Looking at the heliostats I have seen on the web,
    point to big window, heating a room by reflecting lots of light will help
    with heat, but mainly it can be very bright. If you want to use the fresnel
    lens to heat, I might suggest having a heat exchanger that you pump water
    through. It will heat the water, then pump it into a holding tank or
    directly through heat xchgr in the house.

    By servant74 on Nov 20, 2014

  24. can’t you use a polishing compound to clean up the foggyness?

    By passtentz1 on Nov 20, 2014

  25. With nuclear you simply don’t know. That means every time someone supports
    it as safe, it’s just propoganda for nuclear power. Nuclear power is very,
    very dangerous indeed. Christo930, you point out the lack of statistics for
    death in U.S., which, if correct, can’t be disagreed with. But people all
    over the world living near nuclear stations have been getting sick & born
    with deformity for years. With nuclear, you don’t know. Power whose legacy
    can sicken & kill over 1/2 a million years later.

    By lecochonbleu on Nov 20, 2014

  26. Hotter if the lens is good. Just be careful and make sure the area behind
    the target is fireproof and insulated from anything behind that. If you are
    simply covering a solar box design, go with regular glass. The focal length
    will not have a chance to work and the lens will just diffuse the light
    giving you less solar energy. Fresnel lenses do not increase light, the
    concentrate it so they do not add to the square ft of sunlight.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 20, 2014

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