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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 9175

High and Low Concentrator Systems for Solar Energy Applications IX
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Volume Number: 9175
Date Published: 17 October 2014
Softcover: 18 papers (192) pages
ISBN: 9781628412024

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Front Matter: Volume 9175
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
300 sun light engine for high concentrator application studies
Author(s): Anderson Chen; Katy Zadrovicz; Richard Jarzebiak; John Degroff; John H. Park
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Freeform solar concentrator with a highly asymmetric acceptance cone
Author(s): Brian Wheelwright; J. Roger P. Angel; Blake Coughenour; Kimberly Hammer
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A small-scale concentrating solar thermal system
Author(s): C. Madsen; A. Schulz; W. Wu; A. Sosa; R. Huang; T. Mohamed; R. Atkins; J. Simcik
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Reduction of radiative heat losses for solar thermal receivers
Author(s): Clifford K. Ho; Joshua M. Christian; Jesus D. Ortega; Julius Yellowhair; Matthew J. Mosquera; Charles E. Andraka
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Plasmonic nanoparticle based spectral fluid filters for concentrating PV/T collectors
Author(s): Drew DeJarnette; Todd Otanicar; Nick Brekke; Parameswar Hari; Kenneth Roberts; Aaron E. Saunders; Ratson Morad
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Sun to fibers (S2F): massively scalable collection and transmission of concentrated solar light for efficient energy conversion and storage
Author(s): Juan J. Díaz León; Matthew P. Garrett; Junce Zhang; Katherine Han; R. Ernest Demaray; Roger W. Anderson; Allan Lewandowski; William Bottenberg; Nobuhiko P. Kobayashi
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Shaping solar concentrator mirrors by radiative heating
Author(s): Roger Angel; Thomas Stalcup; Brian Wheelwright; Stephen Warner; Kimberly Hammer; Mira Frenkel
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Self-tracking phase change concentrator device demonstrator
Author(s): V. Zagolla; E. Tremblay; C. Moser
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Positional irradiance measurement: characterization of spectrum-splitting and concentrating optics for photovoltaics
Author(s): Cristofer A. Flowers; Sunita Darbe; Carissa N. Eisler; Junwen He; Harry A. Atwater
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Design of folded holographic spectrum-splitting photovoltaic system for direct and diffuse illumination conditions
Author(s): Yuechen Wu; Shelby D. Vorndran; Juan M. Russo; Silvana Ayala; Raymond K. Kostuk
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Analysis of dispersive spectrum splitting systems
Author(s): Juan M. Russo; Shelby Vorndran; Yuechen Wu; Raymond Kostuk
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Two-axes spectral splitting optical concentrator based on single plastic element
Author(s): M. Stefancich; C. Maragliano; Harry Apostoleris; Matteo Chiesa
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Low cost anti-soiling coatings for CSP collector mirrors and heliostats
Author(s): Scott R. Hunter; D. Barton Smith; Georgios Polizos; Daniel A. Schaeffer; Dominic F. Lee; Panos G. Datskos
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Optical and adhesive properties of dust deposits on solar mirrors and their effects on specular reflectivity and electrodynamic cleaning for mitigating energy-yield loss
Author(s): Malay Mazumder; Julius Yellowhair; Jeremy Stark; Calvin Heiling; John Hudelson; Fang Hao; Hannah Gibson; Mark Horenstein
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Anti-oxidation high-performance solution-processed Ni plasmonic nanochain-SiOx selective solar thermal absorbers
Author(s): Xiaobai Yu; Xiaoxin Wang; Qinglin Zhang; Jifeng Liu
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First demonstration of a novel 2D-waveguiding solar concentrator
Author(s): R. Huang; Y. Liu; C. K. Madsen
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Electroluminescence imaging of Morgan Solar Inc.’s 4th generation CPV technology for in-line quality control and optical efficiency estimation
Author(s): Michael Sinclair; Pascal Dufour; Kristine Drew; Stefan Myrskog; John Paul Morgan
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Luminescent optical epoxies for solar concentrators
Author(s): Anni Partanen; Aapo Harju; Jarkko Mutanen; Hanna Lajunen; Tuula Pakkanen; Markku Kuittinen
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CPV: Lessons from the First 100MW and the Explosion of Next Generation Technologies (Presentation Video)
Author(s): Adam P. Plesniak
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