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Thermoeleektrische Solarenergie: Schülerexperimente für Physik, Technologie und Mathematik

Thermoeleektrische Solarenergie: Schülerexperimente für Physik, Technologie und Mathematik

Society is aware that the current energy model based on hydrocarbons is neither valid nor sustainable. Therefore, it is necessary to seek alternatives. On the one hand, technological solutions are needed, cleaner energy with higher efficiency and obtained from renewable sources. On the other hand, it also requires civic outcomes to foster the necessity to save and rationalize every consumption that help to raise awareness of the need to save and rationalize energy consumption.
These two mentioned aspects have been examined over the course of this study by upper secondary students. Students have focused on one of the most promising renewable energy, thermoelectric solar energy. After studying the different technologies for generating solar electricity, students have designed, developed and built – by themselves – several models, prototypes and experiments explaining how solar energy may be used to obtain electricity without using solar cells.
The summary comprises: (i) Why Solar Energy? (ii) Production: How we get electricity from the Sun? (iii) Concentrating surfaces (iv) Solutions to problems: Hybridation and Storage
(v) Models: The Parabolic Cylinder System, The Parabolic Dish, The Fresnel System and The Solar Tower (vi) Conclusions

Science on Stage Festival 2011 | Spain | Ed. Inma Abad, Pere Compte

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