Nonimaging Fresnel Lenses - Leutz, Ralf; Suzuki, Akio
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A detailed and comprehensive account of the engineering of the world's first nonimaging Fresnel lens solar concentrator. The book closes a gap in solar concentrator design, and describes nonimaging refractive optics and its numerical mathematics. The book shows the reader how to find his or her own optical solution using the rules and methodologies covering the design and the assessment of the nonimaging lens.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
A detailed and comprehensive account of the engineering of the world's first nonimaging Fresnel lens solar concentrator. The book closes a gap in solar concentrator design, and describes nonimaging refractive optics and its numerical mathematics. The book shows the reader how to find his or her own optical solution using the rules and methodologies covering the design and the assessment of the nonimaging lens.
  • Produktdetails
  • Springer Series in Optical Sciences Vol.83
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • 2001
  • Seitenzahl: 292
  • Erscheinungstermin: 31. Juli 2001
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 20mm
  • Gewicht: 524g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540418412
  • ISBN-10: 3540418415
  • Artikelnr.: 10058313
Inhaltsangabe
Executive Summary.- 1 Lenses and Mirrors for Solar Energy.- 1.1 Photovoltaic or Thermal Concentration?.- 1.2 Classification of Solar Concentrators.- 2 Nonimaging Optics.- 2.1 Nonimaging Concentration.- 2.2 Generalized Ideal Concentration.- 2.3 Lagrange Invariant.- 2.4 Nonimaging Mirrors.- 3 Fresnel Lens Optics.- 3.1 Reflection and Refraction.- 3.2 Total Internal Reflection.- 3.3 Deviation.- 3.4 Refractive Indices.- 3.5 Minimum Dispersion.- 4 Earlier Fresnel Lenses.- 4.1 History of Fresnel Lenses.- 4.2 Recent Developments.- 4.3 Simple Fresnel Lenses.- 4.4 Domed or Arched Fresnel Lenses.- 5 Nonimaging Fresnel Lens Design.- 5.1 Applied Nonimaging Lens Design.- 5.2 The Optimum Linear Lens.- 5.3 Rotational Symmetry.- 5.4 Arbitrary Shapes.- 5.5 Diverger Lens for Lighting.- 6 Lens Evaluation.- 6.1 Losses.- 6.2 Transmittance.- 6.3 Geometrical Losses.- 6.4 Concentration Ratios.- 6.5 Nonideal Concentration.- 7 Optimization of Stationary Concentrators.- 7.1 Choice of Stationary Collector.- 7.2 Solar Radiation Model.- 7.3 Radiation on a Tilted Plane.- 7.4 Acceptance by a Solar Concentrator.- 7.5 Compound Parabolic Concentrators.- 7.6 Quasi-3D Concentrators.- 8 Prototype Design, Manufacturing, and Testing.- 8.1 Prototypes of Choice.- 8.2 Prism Size.- 8.3 Lens Redesign.- 8.4 Lens Manufacturing.- 8.5 Sample.- 8.6 Preliminary Tests.- 8.7 Partial Absorber Illumination.- 8.8 Tracking.- 9 Concentrated Sunlight and Photovoltaic Conversion.- 9.1 Flux Density.- 9.2 Solar Disk Size and Brightness.- 9.3 Spectral Color Dispersion.- 9.4 Concentrator Cells.- 9.5 Multijunction Devices.- 9.6 Photovoltaic System Performance.- 9.7 Concentration and Cost.- 10 Solar Thermal Concentrator Systems.- 10.1 Solar Resources.- 10.2 Solar Sorption Air Conditioning.- 10.3 Energy and Exergy.- 10.4 Exergy of a Concentrating Collector.- 11 Solar Concentration in Space.- 11.1 Space Concentrator Arrays.- 11.2 Design Challenges in Space.- 11.3 Lenses and Mirrors!.- References.