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Title: Study of thermal performance of a black liquid shallow solar pond under various operating conditions
Authors: Verma, R
Prakash, J
Garg, H P
Keywords: liquid solar collector
finite-difference method
plastic bag shallow solar pond (SSP)
intermittent flow
instantaneous flow
Issue Date: 1989
Citation: Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, 4, 2081 - 2085
Abstract: A black liquid solar collector cum storage system is studied. The liquid, being black, absorbs most of the radiation; also there is little reflection loss from the water surface. The performance of the system has been predicted by the finite-difference method for various operating conditions, such as intermittent flow, instantaneous flow, and constant flow. The thermal performance of the black liquid system was compared with that of a conventional and plastic bag shallow solar pond (SSP), and the SSP containing black liquid was found to be more efficient than other systems
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1687
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