Team4-SolarHouse

Team4-SolarHouse - RyanDiana MarcelPadilla JavierRojas

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/7/11 Solar House External Heat  Exchanger Ryan Diana Marcel Padilla Javier Rojas Shiv Shah
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8/7/11 Introduction Solar energy is the most abundant power source  on the planet. Miami receives close to 1 kW per cubic meter year  round.  Hard to exploit Commercial PV cells are approx. 20% to 30% efficient Current water heating systems are expensive and  complicated
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8/7/11 Goal To create an inexpensive, effective, and solar  heating and cooling system Uses common building materials Integrates into already existing Solar House  architecture Does not block roof solar panels Heats ambient water to between 110ºF and 120ºF Keeps the back wall of the solar house walls near  ambient temperature
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8/7/11 Current systems Passive Systems Do not require a pump Less expensive Active Systems
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2011 for the course EML 4905 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at FIU.

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Team4-SolarHouse - RyanDiana MarcelPadilla JavierRojas

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