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Acknowledgement Of Evacuated Tube Solar Water Heater Over Flat Plate Solar Water Heater
Dharamvir Mangal, Devander Kumar Lamba, Tarun Gupta, Kiran Jhamb
Pages - 279 - 284     |    Revised - 30-08-2010     |    Published - 30-10-2010
Volume - 4   Issue - 4    |    Publication Date - October 2010  Table of Contents
Evacuated tube, Solar water heater, Radiations
This paper presents acknowledgement to one of the latest solar water heater which is evacuated solar water heater based on a Thermo siphon principle used for heating water for domestic purposes in household by utilizing solar radiations. As the air is evacuated from the solar tube to form a vacuum, this greatly reduces conductive and convective heat loss from the interior of tube. As a result wind and cold temperature have less effect on the efficiency of evacuated solar water heater. Result of less heat loss is fastly heating of water as compared to flat plate solar water heater/collector.
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Mr. Dharamvir Mangal
TITS, Bhiwani - India
Associate Professor Devander Kumar Lamba
- India
Associate Professor Tarun Gupta
- India
Associate Professor Kiran Jhamb
- India