types of solar cookers -Working of a solar cooker

January 17, 2014 – 3:22 am

** Working of a parabolic mirror type solar cooker. Devices such as these are made in Barefoot College, Tiloniya, Rajasthan for the use of other working groups Social … Video Rating: 5 / 5

DIY ** parabolic mirror from a satellite dish to a parabolic solar cookers with reflective film. This http://greenpowerscience.com/SHOPREFLECTIVEBUY.html me …

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  1. 25 Responses to “types of solar cookers -Working of a solar cooker”

  2. That’s a significantly more reflective surface than most I’ve seen in these
    DIY videos, did you link to the product used to get that result in the
    “About” section for the video?

    By D Rivers on Jan 17, 2014

  3. Does the energy of the panel getting from the sun is depending on what is
    the temperature of the sun? And does the panel is correctly directed to the
    sun to get more energy that can be generated?

    By DIY Solar on Jan 17, 2014

  4. What is this “strip” method he refers to? I can tell the mirror surface is
    made of strips of some kind of material like Mylar or something, but does
    he have a video specifically covering it?

    By Christopher Sharp on Jan 17, 2014

  5. 1:17 Wow, pretty shiny mirror. Can I use that as a mirror for a homemade
    reflecting telescope?

    By mannydeguzmanjartist on Jan 17, 2014

  6. The reflective material info will be on my website in a few. It is not
    commercially available. It is a speciality item.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Jan 17, 2014

  7. If a plane were the optimal focal point, the concentrated light would be
    the least of the pilot’s worries:-)

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Jan 17, 2014

  8. Hey, don’t you think it would have been a smart idea TO MENTION WHAT
    REFLECTIVE MATERIAL YOU USED! Man, how could you possibly leave out
    something that important!

    By 4merCIA on Jan 17, 2014

  9. you sound like an ass are you?

    By happyking9 on Jan 17, 2014

  10. are you idiotic? I hope not. The sun is providing free energy. So the claim
    is obviously valid. A sterling engine is also a scientifically proven
    engine that was used in submarines and ships. Perpetual motion is also
    theoretically possible. Our earth moves around the sun perpetually.
    Therefore it is in perpetual motion (unless of course something stops its
    motion around the sun). Read some books, get a good education, listen to
    your teacher and then come back and comment.

    By LOLDISNEYLAND on Jan 17, 2014

  11. IGOOD ADVICE. Its very tempting to look directly at the sun when trying to
    align the parabloica. Brilliant vid by the way; next time wear please some
    sunglasses. Thank you

    By bonkersmcbonkers on Jan 17, 2014

  12. How about learning how to make custom mirrors to begin with.

    By awsomescience on Jan 17, 2014

  13. How rude, Spike. Dan is simply experimenting in his backyard and telling us
    about it. He never claims to be more of an “expert” on any of this than
    anyone else. He just has the generousity to take the time to film it and
    then share it here for FREE with all of us. Get some gratitude. If you
    don’t appreciate the videos then DON’T watch them. I could make assumptions
    of your education level based on your lack of grammer and punctuation but I
    won’t. There is no need for hurtful comments. Dan U Rock

    By David Martin on Jan 17, 2014

  14. ok. looks like some good heat coming off of that large dish. ok, and we can
    make follow the sun. ok, let me ask this: how do we convert all the heat
    into electricity and how much electricity can we get out of something like
    that ?

    By mteachwo on Jan 17, 2014

  15. Thanks. That’s something to think about. Now on to get a 1500 watt stirling

    By d3ly51d on Jan 17, 2014

  16. what temp is it outside?

    By Stephen Devlin on Jan 17, 2014

  17. We have some research on Archimedes. I think Mythbusters missed the concept
    all together. Video soon, I hope:-)

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Jan 17, 2014

  18. This video condemns the monopolistic cruel inhumane energy industry that is
    making the world unsafe for everyone. Time is running out. This is the
    theory that can be taught to children but isn’t. Its the simple technology
    that is purposely kept from you so you wont be able to power yourself. It
    is the reason behind continual sustained wars and crimes against humanity.
    Teach this to everyone you know, time.. is running out…

    By Anon Planz on Jan 17, 2014

    INTERESTING. Thanks, Nicos

    By ouzo1power on Jan 17, 2014

  20. ok your name is greenpowerscience but for those who has a neuron in brain
    please make a video with a simple solution to get energy with simple
    materials explain it step bye step hehe sorry if i sound very stupid but a
    friend told me to ask u for a video like the one i am asking hehe he does
    not understand how to assembly your ideas hahaha

    By MarioAxl on Jan 17, 2014

  21. i wonder if, one could place a fresnel lens at a certain vector along the
    arc of focal points, that would focus the light, even more so than the
    reflectors did by themselves?

    By Davey Baby on Jan 17, 2014

  22. Have you tried hooking up a stirling engine to the satellite dish?

    By Jacob B on Jan 17, 2014

  23. :-) Thank you

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Jan 17, 2014

  24. i have project to do for my math class. she gave us some equations, like
    xsqare=2y, (-3,4.5), find the tangent line x intercepts then graph
    quadratic equation and tangent line. 9xsqare+24xy+16ysqare+80x-60y=0. she
    also gave us r=4/1+sin ( ). can somebody help me with this or give me some
    ideas or websites thanks.

    By weroep on Jan 17, 2014

  25. I might be wrong, but I don’t believe that the direct tv dishes are
    parabolic. They’re designed to receive at an angle, and reflect to a spot
    at another angle. Using it straight on will probably give you a spread out
    heating spot.

    By htomerif on Jan 17, 2014

  26. Death ray!! Bwwaahaahhahaaa!!!

    By MikeofWyoming on Jan 17, 2014

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