parabolic solar concentrator -Solar “Death Ray”: Power of 5000 suns!

July 7, 2012 – 9:29 pm

The ** R5800 is my latest creation and more radiant. Realized in a normal satellite dish glass fiber, is covered in about 5800 3/8 “(~ 1 cm) mirror tiles. When properly aligned, can generate a spot size of a coin with an intensity of 5000 times the normal light of day. This light intensity is more than enough to melt steel, vaporize aluminum, cement boil, turn dirt into the lava, and delete any organic material in an instant. It is 5′9 “and 42″ in diameter. Unfortunately, the R5800 was completely destroyed in a storage shed fire December 14, 2010 Music:. ​​”hypnothis” www.incompetech.com provided under Creative Commons liscence spring of 2011: Sun Runner 3 R23000 (R23K) opening area of ​​flat (elliptical) = (pi x 102 cm x 73 cm) / 4 = 5848 cm square area of ​​focus (circular) = pi (0.6 cm) ^ 2 = 1.14 cm square power of concentration = 5848/1.14 = 5129 then rounded Estimated power = 560 watts Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 23 Responses to “parabolic solar concentrator -Solar “Death Ray”: Power of 5000 suns!”

  2. could you have attached mirrors and lenses to make it possible to aim at different targets?

    you should make an even stronger one and try it

    By genericity on Jul 7, 2012

  3. only metal ants

    By genericity on Jul 7, 2012

  4. no, the parabolic dish antenna already has the right shape so they are automatically at the right angle as long as they are small enough

    By AnnVole on Jul 7, 2012

  5. A shed fire you say? Did the shed have a south facing window? (just joking)

    By AnnVole on Jul 7, 2012

  6. ii interdict you to

    By blazterreck on Jul 8, 2012

  7. dont mess with this guy

    By blazterreck on Jul 8, 2012

  8. SO MANY MIRRORS!

    By vistigioful on Jul 8, 2012

  9. where can i get instructions on how to make this?

    By Gaaraoftheonetails on Jul 8, 2012

  10. SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

    By Gaaraoftheonetails on Jul 8, 2012

  11. Now I can cook my eggs with bacon!! xD

    By mexico274 on Jul 8, 2012

  12. well.. like some1 else said.. this could be a nice power source.. lol.. could help a lot.. xd

    By Meth0z on Jul 8, 2012

  13. You need to put a small boiler at the focal point, connect it to a small generator.

    Gee, I have no idea where we can find a substitute for fossil fuels.

    By Ed Nixters on Jul 8, 2012

  14. Thats amazing. Make another!!! Did it cause the shed to burn down by the way?

    By BearRyan on Jul 8, 2012

  15. so that’s how archimedes set ships on fire..
    If you stay away like 10 meters away, can that set the wood on fire?

    By ckddudaos5 on Jul 8, 2012

  16. like a boss.!
    but how did he adjust the angle of each mirror? one by one? that will take years~~

    By seccery on Jul 8, 2012

  17. Can it fry an ant?

    By deadbronco328 on Jul 8, 2012

  18. Home Made Energy called Xobotano Home Energy (just google it) kept showing up here on different youtube and I thought they were scams. However after my mate follow it, and finally save a large amount of his electric bills by using it, I’m persuaded. You should not take my own word for it, search for Xobotano Home Energy on the internet.

    By Micha Buchhold on Jul 8, 2012

  19. so MYTHBUSTERS were WRONG afterall , this thing could work for Archimedes, someone tell them! :)

    By artie1612 on Jul 8, 2012

  20. Other than creating things that destroy, do you also like to destroy things that create? Should I be worried? :)

    By echelon2k8 on Jul 8, 2012

  21. See what happens when you stand in front of it…

    By sawwdustxP on Jul 8, 2012

  22. Hi EricJacmain,
    This is one of the greatest ideas unexploited,any chance I could get your contacts? I would like to work together with you on my future projects. if you can please get intouch and email me at kivites@lsbu.ac.uk

    By steve Kivite on Jul 8, 2012

  23. Dude, what’s the music you used for the video?

    By wascaras on Jul 8, 2012

  24. saw that on 1000 ways

    By masterx123 on Jul 8, 2012

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