solar power generator -STEAM ENGINE 12KW GENERATOR Solar Mirror Array Death Ray

May 17, 2013 – 3:21 am

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  1. 23 Responses to “solar power generator -STEAM ENGINE 12KW GENERATOR Solar Mirror Array Death Ray”

  2. That is fascinating!

    By John Wilkinson on May 17, 2013

  3. That, and you can use any reflective surface (cheap) versus a Fresnel lens (expensive) :)

    By John Wilkinson on May 17, 2013

  4. is it possible to array the mirrors through a fresnel lense to get a smaller focal point? if so could you add a magnifying glass to get that focal point even smaller? possibly even use laser optics to make that a beam? (yes i think too much)

    By sword508 on May 17, 2013

  5. i showed your comment to your mom. She uses protection now.

    By goodcat1982 on May 17, 2013

  6. But wouldn’t a Fresnel produce more heat?

    By TheMightyPooh420 on May 17, 2013

  7. so you could heat your house with this? i mean, why doesn’t a community get together in the sourthern states and designate an area outside of town to build 100-200 of these and supply their own power?

    By mws123 on May 17, 2013

  8. Steam is better. Water, pound for pound, has outperformed everything else and it very easy to generate.

    By John Wilkinson on May 17, 2013

  9. A Frensal lens costs far more than a mirror or any reflective surface.
    Plus you would need another mirror or corrective lens as GPS stated above.
    PLUS it’s Youtube: marvel at what has been done and not how it could have been done.

    By John Wilkinson on May 17, 2013

  10. Why steam? What about compressed air (Brayton cycle)?

    By 0nem1leh1gh on May 17, 2013

  11. I think he meant put the lense between the mirror and the water.

    By P4nikStudios on May 17, 2013

  12. PV is easier to set up in homes, but solar steam generation is more cost-effective. If we’re talking about what you should add to your home: PV. If we’re talking what should be implemented into the grid (or a micro-grid) as a fairly cost-effective replacement to coal: steam generation. Google recently invested (I believe) 200+ million in a steam project. They make much more sense large-scale. I personally hope to work in the coming years on steam for third-world countries (Mechanical Engineer)

    By Ahmad Nassri on May 17, 2013

  13. STEAM ENGINE 12KW GENERATOR Solar Mirror Array Death Ray

    OK supar

    By Pramod Kokku on May 17, 2013

  14. It appears all your ratings are theoretical and the setup looks to be like something that Heath Robinson would be proud of.

    I’d wager all next years income on the fact that it is putting out nothing vaguely like 12 KW.

    By ozzirt on May 17, 2013

  15. Yes, you simply contact our President and CEO Barak Hussein Obama, as at this time he is writing checks for what ever amount you feel you need to advance green energy regardless of it’s feasibility or market demand, plus he will write the amount for much more than you actually require so it can be laundered then funneled back to him in the form of a campaign donation, but don’t worry about it, if you go belly up just file for bankruptcy just like the other new green energy failures he funded !!

    By SteamDriver1947 on May 17, 2013

  16. i think the same, 12kilo watt is huge power. i think it is just 12 watts :D

    By wellwisher106 on May 17, 2013

  17. What if that focal “point” is a 4′x8′ Solar Thermosiphon?

    By Gui falkerz on May 17, 2013

  18. I hope Joe is keeping an eye on the newer form of transparent PV paneling, just might make a nice surface coating for the mirrors. :)

    By Gui falkerz on May 17, 2013

  19. Well, you can (with two), but it wouldn’t help anything as they’d be point at each other and touching.

    By uncahay on May 17, 2013

  20. do you think there is still a future for solar steam electricity generation? or should we stick to PV?

    By DarwinThug on May 17, 2013

  21. i love reminding people like you , people that think there really smart … how you no more than a sheep who follows what ever they tell you …
    i want you to buy a cheap solar calculator , and the cheapest actual Prism you can buy … place the calculator in one spot outside , Time what time the calculator turns off at sunset … the next day place prism in front … Time again .for all colors the prism makes .. odd right , are you up to date now ? now do u see what solar should be ?

    By JSprayaEntertainment on May 17, 2013

  22. yes you can , dont listen to people that hold you back . and that was a very good question or point to make … Lenses work with Source , angle of Lens , distance to Focus Point .. Your Focus Point can be reflected as long as it doesn’t melt while reflecting it … after knowing that , u should know spheres , and how they can magnify and bend light.. Crystal Balls , water spheres ect .. because a 3d crystal ball can refocus light a lens would melt trying to do …
    then there are prism’s

    By JSprayaEntertainment on May 17, 2013

  23. You can Cone Funnel Mirror light on to a Lens that would then focus it … ( cant over heat the lens thou )  … or u can use lenses to focus light on mirrors that focus on something else , (cant over heat the mirrors) … theres even other ways u can use MULTIPLE Magnifying glass or lenses … just use Mirrors to connect the focus points of the lenses.. Crystal Balls can Refocus things in a 3d way they allows them to be in the focus beam of a lens without melting .. it goes very deep

    By JSprayaEntertainment on May 17, 2013

  24. The array of flat mirror panels is obviously a more cost-efficient setup than a perfectly rounded mirror or even an array of rounded tiles set to the same focal point. I wonder how much more efficient the ideal rounded mirror would be compared to the array of flat tiles? There’s an interesting physics/math problem in there somewhere.

    By ApotheosisX940 on May 17, 2013

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