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A Novel of Solar Heat Collection Device Prototype using Parabolic based on Solar Light Tracking
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A Novel of Solar Heat Collection Device Prototype using Parabolic based on Solar Light Tracking
Jung, Se-Hoon; Sim, Chun-Bo; Park, Sung-Kyun; Kim, Jong-Ho;
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 Abstract
Efforts have continued in recent years to research and develop new alternative energy sources to replace coal and oil. These days interest is exploding in new pollution-free renewable energy due to the rising prices of finite energy sources. In the field of solar energy, one of new renewable energy that has been actively researched and commercialized, research efforts have been focused on solar light energy, whose efficiency has, however, reached a saturation point already. Thus, this paper proposed a solar tracking-type parabolic heat collection device to utilize solar thermal energy rather than solar light energy. The proposed device was designed in a parabolic form to collect solar heat effectively. The investigator made its prototype by incorporating a five-axis censor-based solar tracking technology in it to sense changes to the location of the sun according to the seasons and periods. In addition, an administrator interface was designed and implemented for the efficient management of heat collection device.
 Keywords
Solar Heat;Collection Device;Parabolic;Monitoring system;
 Language
Korean
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