ENER4020 Solar Energy and Photovoltaic Technology
Solution to Assignment 1
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Percentage of solar energy absorbed by silicon:
Given a niwmde rectangular element as slmwn in Figure 7.30.
(i) Construct the element shape functions by the tensor product method.
(ii) Ifthc temperature eldat nodes Aancl Bis I Cant! zeroatallother uncles. what isthetcmperature at
x = y = I?
ENER 2010 Energy Technologies and the Environments 1st term 20162017
Assignment #2 100 pt.
1. Consider transmitting 10 MW electricity through 10-km Al wire (1 cm in diameter
and resistance ~ 1/km), to a distant load Rload. Assume Rload > RAl. Calculate th
ENER 2010 Energy Technologies and the Environment
1st term 2016-2017
Due date: November 18, 2016 by 5 p.m.
1. Write down the chemical reactions for combustion of the alkanes in Table 3.2 in the textbook for
n = 1, 3, and 5. Determine the mas
Nuclear Power in the World Today
The first commercial nuclear power stations started operation
in the 1950s.
There are over 435 commercial nuclear power reactors
operable in 31 countries, with over 375,000 MWe of total
capacity. About 70
Air pollution is the introduction of particulates,
biological molecules, or other harmful materials
into Earth's atmosphere, causing disease, death
to humans, damage to other living organisms
such as animals and food crops, or the natural
1a Saturated Liquid and Saturated Vapor States
- Table A-4: Saturation properties of water under temperature
- Table A-5: Saturation properties of water under pressure miPOI'
"hotel : mliquid + mvapor : h
A partial list of Table A4.
ENER 2020:Renewable Energy Technologies
Homework2 (Due on 03/03/2016, Thursday)
IMPORTANT: Solutions to this assignment are to be presented in a neat and professional
format. Write down the equations, assumptions, and constants that you used in your calcu
ENER 2020: Renewable Energy Technologies
Homework 3 (Due on 24/03/2016, Thursday)
IMPORTANT: Solutions to this assignment are to be presented in a neat and professional format.
Write down the equations, assumptions, and constants that you used in your cal