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Figure 5-1 Trombe wall at CAT, U.K.
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than the internal room temperature, as a result, the room would warm up. In reality it appeared that most of the heat was simply dumped to the cold outside. A series of improvements were made to the design of the Trombe wall which significantly increased its performance. In the improved version of the Trombe wall, there are vents at the top and bottom of the wall, and also on the glazing.
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These vents have a mechanism that allows them to be opened and closed in certain configurations. The general scheme of things is that the sun shines through the glazing, where it heats up the thermal mass of the wall behind. The wall, being of a construction that has a high thermal mass (for example masonry or concrete) transfers some of the heat energy to the air in the gap between the glazing and the wall as it heats up. A convection current is set up. If you are familiar with heat and the way it affects air, you
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Figure 5-2 Trombe wall modes of operation.
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When water evaporates, it takes with it energy. We can exploit this phenomenon to cool buildings. These techniques all require water, which might not be possible in some hotter countries where water availability is limited. Also, it must not be forgotten that there is a requirement for energy to pump the water to the top of the building. This energy must be provided in a sustainable manner.
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conditioning which is thirsty for electricity. Of course, as we have seen, we can easily generate heat using solar methods. To understand how solar cooling differs from conventional refrigeration methods, let s compare the two and look at similarities and differences. In a conventional refrigeration setup, a refrigerant a substance that readily evaporates at a low temperature is compressed, which causes it to become liquid. This compression is usually driven by an electric motor using valuable watts in the process. The refrigerant is then allowed to expand to do this it requires heat, which it gains from the material under refrigeration. As the heat transfers from the material to be refrigerated to the refrigerant, the refrigerant expands. It must then be compressed and forced around the loop again! This cycle continues indefinitely no refrigerant should escape from the system. Our system works in a slightly different way. The refrigerant is kept locked up in a material which soaks up refrigerant like a sponge soaks up water. As we heat this material, the refrigerant is liberated from it, turning into a liquid as it condenses. This liquid will readily evaporate again it is encouraged to do this by the absorbent material which tries to suck the refrigerant back once it has cooled. As the refrigerant shuttles back to the absorbent material it takes heat with it. This shuttling back and forth continues so the process is a bit more like a train going back and forth in a straight line, than a train continually circling in a loop.
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Spraying the roof with a fine mist of water is one way to keep the roof wet and permit evaporative cooling. The roof must be suitably coated to prevent water ingress, which could damage the fabric of the building.
Roof ponds
A roof pond is one way of providing a large body of water which can be evaporated, taking heat with it as it leaves the roof.
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Active solar cooling is a little bit more involved than passive solar cooling. In active solar cooling, we use a thermally driven process of some sort in order to cool our buildings, rather than air
Project 7: Solar-Powered Ice-Maker
I am grateful to Jaroslav Vanek, Mark Moth Green and Steven Vanek for the information on how to make a solar-powered ice-maker. This design was originally published in Home Power magazine, Issue no. 53.
The original article can be downloaded from the Home Power website at: homepower.com/files/solarice.pdf
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