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A DYNAMIC HEAT TRANSFER MODEL TO INVESTIGATE THE EFFECT OF APERTURE SIZE ON THE TEMPERATURE OF A SOLAR RECEIVER
Proceeding of Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Radiative Transfer, RAD-16 June 6-10,2016, Cappadocia, Turkey
Maintaining semi-constant high temperatures inside a solar reactor is a challenge because of the transient nature of the incident solar radiation. For fixed aperture size reactors, changes in incident solar flux directly affect the temperature inside the reactor because of not compensating the fluctuations in incoming solar energy. The present study deals with the dynamic modeling of a solar receiver to simulate the effect of aperture size on the system behavior during unsteady statedoi:10.1615/rad-16.100 fatcat:vugav2edsrdpzlkjp6skkpe4ye