SGRE  Vol.4 No.3 , June 2013
First Measurements with a Linear Mirror Device of Second Generation
ABSTRACT
In 2011, an innovative technique for concentrating solar light has been introduced in the market—the Linear Mirror. It is a very simple device, and it works well also in winter and in northern climates. In 2012, it was certified with the Solar Keymark. Based on this technology, a further improved device was developed and was presented here—the Linear Mirror of second generation (or Linear Mirror II). This is a multi-purpose machine, which overcomes some of the limitations of the previous device. First measurements with the Linear Mirror II are presented in this paper.

Cite this paper
H. Grassmann, J. Aguilar and E. Kapllaj, "First Measurements with a Linear Mirror Device of Second Generation," Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Vol. 4 No. 3, 2013, pp. 253-258. doi: 10.4236/sgre.2013.43030.
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