Solar Energy Concentrator


Purchase: hilaroad.com This video demonstrates how solar energy can be focused with a curved mirror. Once focused this energy can be used to cook food, sterilize water even create electricity. Includes an explanation of Energy, Power, Joules, Watts. Examples of radiant, heat, chemical and kinetic energy are given. Includes links to directions for constructing a simple solar concentrator.

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25 Comments on Solar Energy Concentrator

  1. 321ozzy on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 7:54 pm
  2. @datzfast
    You’re welcome.

    The group provides you with lots of useful information regarding solar cooking.

  3. datzfast on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 8:51 pm
  4. @321ozzy he he

  5. 321ozzy on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 9:21 pm
  6. @datzfast
    I am sorry, but what exactly are you trying to tell me?
    Try making use of punctuation, instead of chatting about 10 different issues in aparently 1 sentence.

    I do not have central heating, so I do not lose energy I spent on heating up the house.

    If you are interested in learning how to solar cook, you should join the solar cooking club on y a h o o

  7. datzfast on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 10:08 pm
  8. @lunafringe10 you can drive your electric car for a nice cup of warm tea. LOL

  9. datzfast on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 10:29 pm
  10. @lunafringe 10 co2 is odorless colorless gas and can be found in soda pop. the fizzy bubbles that tickle your tongue is co2. i think i drive my gas powerd truck to town and get one. LOL i dont need one but i will enjoy one.

  11. lunafringe10 on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 11:16 pm
  12. @datzfast the problem is that with all things.., every resource and idea is being harnessed by crooks and criminals and corrupt politicians to fill their own pockets,
    thats the sole reason why oil still has this unwanted importance, We dont need it,
    your truck could run on electricity as well, but u d rather poison the environment with ur stinking and harmful gases,

  13. lunafringe10 on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 11:52 pm
  14. @datzfast thats cool, Some ppl just think about how to make this planet a better place, It just cant be that the environment is ruined by the profit makers and reap profits at our expense, New tech is in place, Oil and nuclear systems are outdated and represent an outdated tech, We need to go forward, To the future, Your truck burns oil and we have to inhale it, Is that fair? to get cancer because your truck wants oil, I dont think so

  15. datzfast on Wed, 6th Oct 2010 11:52 pm
  16. @321ozzy take a real cold day and open your door 2 times to get your food and you might have lost energy rather that gained it. BUT the energy of the sun is great
    months of the year i get enough solar gain i dont need heat at night or day. i watching this to learn to cook food when the power goes off forever.

  17. datzfast on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 12:23 am
  18. @luna fringe 10 well they are not in place. and even if they were my truck burns gasoline. But i have insulation in my 6000 sq foot house called isocyanate a petroleum product that enables me to have a lower electric bill than you have. the roads are paved with asphalt another oil product. did you misspeak?

  19. datzfast on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 1:10 am
  20. @immo1337rtal so you imply he is not allowed to show this to anyone because your not excited with it? well i dont really care when it was invented i wanted to see one right now and so im glad i got to see it.

  21. immo1337rtal on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 1:40 am
  22. i congratulate you. you “invented” the parabolic reflector. this things were known before the 70s >_>

  23. henrykay01 on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 2:23 am
  24. I invented a breakthrough source of energy which violates the law of conservation of energy. I have a PROOF that there are electrodynamic phenomena which violate the law of energy conservation. Making a 6 kW generator will cost $1200 in mass production, value of energy produced yearly $5400.
    I am looking for $300 000 for a prototype and $3M for patents.
    H. Tomasz Grzybowski
    tel. +48-512-933-540

  25. lunafringe10 on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 3:20 am
  26. we dont need oil, all alternative energy sources are already in place,

  27. CalSolarEng on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 3:45 am
  28. Great explanation of solar and why its so important we look to renewable energies. I love it when things get linked back to physics. Thanks!

  29. alennna on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 4:01 am
  30. haha this man still thinks that oil is “fossil fuel”

  31. henrykay01 on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 4:21 am
  32. I invented a breakthrough energy source which violates the law of energy conservation. I have a PROOF that there are electrodynamic phenomena violating the law of energy conservation. I am looking for $30000 for a prototype and for $3M for patents. In mass production it will cost $1200 to make a 15 kW generator, value of energy produced YEARLY about $10000.
    H. Tomasz Grzybowski
    tel. +48-512-933-540

  33. D0g63rt on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 4:33 am
  34. @zeinbrug
    Yes it would be volatile, no it would not be good fuel.

  35. 321ozzy on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 5:23 am
  36. @wretchedwon
    If you try to concentrate the concentrated light again, you might get an extreme narrow focal point with a similar high temperature.

    If you use a parabolic mirror or other sun concentrators, they work as magnifying glasses.

    Another use of solar power to cook is Fresnel lenses; you can fry food with them.

    Good luck.

  37. ulizes1313 on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 6:02 am
  38. thanyou

  39. sweettina2 on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 6:44 am
  40. Thank you, you make it easy to understand. LOVE the curved mirror to cook something! Sharing.

  41. MrEnergyCzar on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 7:14 am
  42. Great video…I converted my home to a net-zero solar powered home that uses no oil or gas…I made a video about it called, “Preparing for Peak Oil”….

  43. zeinbrug on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 7:29 am
  44. if you mixed hydrogen and ethanol fuel it woulhd probly more effenit than solar or wind but it woulhd highley voliatle.

  45. tempranight on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 8:26 am
  46. 4:22 = Burning HotDog! 😀

  47. wretchedwon on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 8:32 am
  48. could you multiply the sun light further by using a concentrator to focus light on something like a magnifying glass?

  49. scientificallygreene on Thu, 7th Oct 2010 9:10 am
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