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ENGR 102 Solar Oven - Part 2 25 September 2008 r. David Gilblom ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Mr. David Gilblom
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Solar Oven Documents Solar Energy Module (SEM.pdf) Solar Oven Design Basics (SODB.pdf) Solar Spreadsheet (SS.pdf) arameter tables is document ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Parameter tables – this document
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Data – Aluminum Foil Reflectivity Type Reflectivity Perfectly smooth aluminum foil 0.75 lmost smooth aluminum foil .70 ENGR 102 Fall 2008 Almost smooth aluminum foil 0.70 Crinkled aluminum foil 0.45 to 0.6
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Data – Newspaper Heat Transfer Thickness of Layer (cm) U SB (watts/°C-m 2 ) 2.5 2.72 .1 .76 ENGR 102 Fall 2008 5.1 1.76 7.6 1.30 8.9 1.13 10.2 1.02
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Data – Glazing Heat Transfer T io (°C) U g SINGLE (watts/°C-m 2 ) U g DOUBLE (watts/°C-m 2 ) 66 10.1 4.88 93 13.9 6.69 121 18.7 8.96 ENGR 102 Fall 2008 149 24.3 11.7 177 31.6 15.2 204 40.1 19.4
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In school, most equations are solved explicitly. y = mx +b
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2009 for the course ENGR 102 taught by Professor Likhatchev during the Spring '07 term at Arizona.

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Solar2 - ENGR 102 Solar Oven - Part 2 25 September 2008 Mr....

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