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Figure 3-6 How seasonal variation affects the optimal position of solar collectors.
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your advantage. For example, in summer, you don t want too much solar gain in your house as it might overheat; however, in winter that extra solar energy might be advantageous! Think carefully about trees if they are deciduous, they will be covered with a heavy veil of leaves in the summer; however, they will be bare in the winter. Trees can be used a bit like your own automatic sunshade in summer their covering of leaves blocks the sun; however, in the winter when they are bare they block less sun. Make a record of your observations drawings are great to refer back to. Keep a notebook where you can write any interesting information about what areas are and aren t in shadow. Note anything interesting, and the time of day and date. Make sure that you are on the lookout on the longest and shortest days of the year the first day of summer and the first day of winter. This is because they represent the extremes of what your solar observations will be; therefore, they are particularly useful to you!
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Think about when in the day you will be using your solar device. Is it a photovoltaic cell that you would like to be using for charging batteries all day. Or, is it a solar cooker that you will be using in the afternoon Think about when you want to use it, and what sunlight is available in what areas of your plot. Work out which direction is north try and find true north not just magnetic north. A compass will veer toward magnetic north so you need to find a way of compensating for this. Having a knowledge of where north and south is can be essential when positioning solar devices. Note which walls face which cardinal directions (compass points). If you are in the northern hemisphere, site elements where coolness is required to the north, and elements where heat is required to the south. Think about the qualities of morning sun and evening sun. Position elements that require cool morning sun to the east and those elements which require the hot afternoon sun to the west.
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wear out over time. This does not mean that there is any reason for it to be less rigid than its sturdier wooden equivalent. The second design is for a more rigid permanent fixture which can be used professionally, for example if you are a professional who will routinely be performing architectural design or using the heliodon for education. Our heliodon will consist of three pieces of board. The first forms a base; on top of this base, we affix a second board which is allowed to swivel by way of, in the wooden version, a Lazy Susan bearing. This is a ball-bearing race that you can buy from a hardware shop, which is ordinarily used as a table for a Lazy Susan rotating tray. In the cardboard version, we simply use a split leg pin pushed through the center of both sheets, with the legs splayed and taped down. The third board is hinged so that the angle it makes with the horizontal can be controlled, it is also equipped with a stay to allow it to be set at the angle permanently and rigidly. And that is just about it! With the wooden version, a length of piano hinge accomplishes this job admirably, and with the cardboard version, a simple hinge can be made using some strong tape. The other part of the heliodon is an adjustable light source. This can be made in a number of ways. The simplest of which is a small spotlamp equipped with a clip that allows it to be clamped to a vertical object such as the edge of a door. Slide projectors are very good at providing a parallel light source these present another option if their height can easily be adjusted. If you will be using the heliodon a lot, it would make sense to get a length of wood mounted vertically to a base, with the dimensions given in Table 3-1 marked permanently on the wood.
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