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An Approach for Low Temperature Solar Industrial Process Heat at Khartoum Area

An Approach for Low Temperature Solar Industrial Process Heat at Khartoum Area

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Title: An Approach for Low Temperature Solar Industrial Process Heat at Khartoum Area
Author: Siddig Adam, Omer
Abstract: This work reviewed an approach for solar industrial process heat to be applied in Khartoum area. The Pepsi-Cola Factory at Khartoum is one of the industries that may find solar industrial process heat (IPH) to be cost effective. Under consideration of the solar IPH suitability factors, solar sand and flat-plate solar collectors, which can locally be manufactured were suggested in this approach. These two types of solar collectors were designed, fabricated and tested in the U of K. and U.N.M respectively. Performance curves and results were plotted. A conceptual configuration for the Pepsi-Cola Factory is briefly described, and an economic analysis for the proposed design is made.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/14320
Date: 2015-06-23


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