Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

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Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) by Mind Map: Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

1. Tests

1.1. How to test?

1.1.1. Measuring Solar Radiation Standards? Equipment used for testing? Considerations Location Station Security and accessibility Power Requirements Grounding and Shielding Data Acquissition Data Communications Radiometer Callibration Instruments Maintenance

1.2. What to test

1.2.1. Vacuum pipe's sensitivity

2. How it works?

2.1. Components of System

2.1.1. Receiver Parabolic Trough Linear Freshnel Central Receiver

2.1.2. Heliostats

2.1.3. Steam Turbine

2.1.4. Collector Luz System Overview Integrated Solar Combined Cycle System (ISCCS) Coal Hybrids Benefits Impacts EuroTrough Technical Features Solargenix

2.2. Operation and Maintenance

2.2.1. Scope of O&M

2.2.2. Maintenance Schedule

2.2.3. Duties of O&M Team

2.2.4. Benefits of O&M

2.3. Technology used

2.3.1. Molten Salt >1000 Degree Farenheit require vacuum casing to prevent molten salt from seizing up.

2.3.2. Direct Steam Generation

2.3.3. Oil Based

3. How to design and size?

3.1. System Sizing

3.1.1. Location How to know if the location is good? SUN BELT

3.1.2. Predicted plant output over its project life

3.1.3. Temporal performance and system operating strategies.

4. What output does it have?

4.1. Trigeneration

4.1.1. Heat

4.1.2. Cold Water

4.1.3. Electrical

4.2. Cogeneration

4.2.1. Heat

4.2.2. Electrical

5. What is the diference between CSP and PV or other renewable sources.

5.1. Cost

5.2. Energy Output

5.3. Reliability

5.4. Maturity

6. Future Work

6.1. Forecasting Solar Radiation

7. Introduction

7.1. Solar Resources

7.1.1. Direct Horizontal Irradiance Estimating Direct Horizontal Irradiance

7.1.2. Diffuse Horizontal Irradiance

7.1.3. Solar Radiation Resources for Solar Energy Conversion