Reduced Temperature of Holographic Planar Concentrators
Publication Type:Conference Paper
Source:Imaging and Applied Optics Congress, Optical Society of America (2010)
Keywords:Diffractive optics, Holography, Other areas of optics, Solar energy
We present the temperature data for several examples of holographic planar concentrators. The extended holographic regions act as radiative transfer surfaces which reduce the temperature of the cells used with the concentrating film.
Cite this Research Publication
C. Jose E., M., R. Juan, Starr, H. - C., Kumar Rakesh, and Glenn, R., “Reduced Temperature of Holographic Planar Concentrators”, in Imaging and Applied Optics Congress, 2010.
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