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The IEA/SSPS high flux experiment

testing the advanced sodium receiver at heat fluxes up to 2.5 MW/m²

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar heating.,
  • Solar collectors -- Testing.,
  • Heat-transfer media.,
  • Sodium.,
  • Solar power plants.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, W. Schiel, M. Geyer, R. Carmona.
    ContributionsSchiel, W., Geyer, Michael A., Carmona, R., International Energy Agency., IEA-SSPS-Project.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 202 p. :
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18760021M
    ISBN 100387182241

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Results and conclusions of the IEA-SSPS High Experiment are presented together with the thermodynamic theory of the Advanced Sodium Receiver. During the experiment, flux distributions, surface temperature distributions, efficiencies and losses, were measured and calculated in a power range of MW at different sodium inlet/outlet temperatures.

The IEA/SSPS high flux experiment: testing the advanced sodium receiver at heat fluxes up to MW/M² Author: W The IEA/SSPS high flux experiment book ; Michael A Geyer ; R Carmona ; IEA-SSPS-Project. THE IEA/SSPS HIGH FLUX EXPERIMENT Testing the Advanced Sodium Receiver up to Heat Fluxes of MW/m 2 Author links open overlay panel W.J.

Schiel M.A. Geyer Show moreAuthor: W.J. Schiel, M.A. Geyer. Results and conclusions of the IEA-SSPS High Experiment are presented together with the thermodynamic theory of the Advanced Sodium Receiver. During the experiment, flux distributions, surface temperature distributions, efficiencies and losses, were measured and calculated in a power range of MW at different sodium inlet/outlet temperatures.

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This paper describes the main steps of analyses, design and manufactur-ing of the ASR (Advanced Sodium Receiver) for the IEA-SSPS CRS Plant at Almeria (Spain). The high incident heat flux density on the absorbing surface of the receiver with a peak value of about MW/m 2 called for the solution of relevant new problems in the design and Cited by: 1.

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