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Patent RM2008A299IT - Patent n. 1389210 of 09.06.2011 & PCT/2008/414

Equatorial Mounting Punctual parabolic concentrator for the transformation of solar energy in Electric or Mechanical energy

C.P.P. SYSTEM'S CHARACTERISTICS (Fig 2,2a)

It relates to a similar type of equatorial mounting structure – allocated on a pedestal – interlocked a circular concentric sector for the transport of the paraboloid from East to West and viceversa.

The paraboloid carries laterally – only one side – one or more concentric circular sectors to the paraboloid that slide on guidas – circular arc shaped – so as to be revolving to the North-South and East West axes of the concentrator at a costant rate of 15° per hour and solar declination of +- 23° 27’.

Therefore it’s a simpler structure and like the above said (Fig. 1, 1a) it’s equally steady.

PATENT'S APPLICATIONS
PARABOLOID SIMULATION

Tav.1
Tav.2

PARABOLIC CONCENTRATOR WITH ROTATING SECTORS PARABOLICALLY CURVED

Parabolic concentrator (C) Fig.1 formed by a paraboloid divided in rotating sectors (t) parabolically curved Figs.1-2-4-5 covered by reflecting material (C1) Fig.4 for the captation and the reflection of the solar rays, comprising:

a) Parabolically curved rotating sectors (t) Figs. 1-2-4-5 on which are fixed reflecting material panels (C1), with the same parabolic shape Fig.4. The above said sectors (t) are linked to the carrying structure (T) of the paraboloid (C) by the axes (A) & (a) around which they can rotate:

The rotating sectors (t), as well as being subject to the traction of (m), are also halted by the stops (Ts), placed in a way so that said sectors can rotate only in one direction, when hit by the wind that wins the resistance of (m) Fig. 2a TAV.2.

b) Carrying structure (T) supporting the rotating sectors (t) Figs. 1-2-2a-3-5.

c) Tie rod system (m), Figs 2-5, whose ends are linked steadily: on one side to the carrying structure (T) and on the other one to the rotating sector (t); the above said systems (m), in the absence of strong wind, provide to the systems (t) the initial configuration of the parabolic concentrator (C) Fig.3, for the concentration of the solar rays in the focus zone of the same;
In the presence of strong wind the systems (t) carry out a rotation around the axes (A) & (a) to make the wind flow away so as to reduce the impact with the carrying structure (T); When the strong wind ceases, the tie rod systems (m), force the rotating sectors (t) to return to the starting position, Figs. 2-2a-5.

d) The hinge system (n) Fig.5, can be proposed as an alternative to the axes (A) & (a) on which occurs the rotation of the sectors (t) Figs.1-2-4, so as to claim a).
The ends of the hinge (n) are steadily linked: on one side to the carrying structure (T) and on the other one to the rotating sector (t), Fig.5, so that it can rotate in both ways, around the hinges axes; with this arrangement, the ends of the rod system (m) Figs. 2-5 must be linked differently, between the carrying structure (T) and the one of the sector (t), so as to force the rotating sector (t), in absence of strong wind, to return to the starting position of the parabolic concentrator (C) Fig.3.

ANIMATED SIMULATION OF SYSTEMS


Patent n° 1180750/85

SCIENTIFIC - EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

C.P.P. SYSTEM'S CHARACTERISTICS
C.P.P. EQUATORIAL AND ALTAZIMUTAL TRANSPORT

· Equatorial and altazimutal mounting

· Software and Analysis realization

· Solar energy conversion by stirling motor application

· Telescope pointing system

· Radar tracking and telecommunications

· Ozone hole tracking

 

 

 

PATENT'S APPLICATIONS

Patent n° 1196558/88

MACHINERY FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF SOLAR ENERGY IN ELECTRIC OR MECHANICAL ENERGY

C.P.P. SYSTEM'S CHARACTERISTICS (FIG 1 - 1a)

The paraboloide carries laterally only one or more concentric circular sectors ( an, as ) which slide perfectly inside the guides ( bn, bs )- circular arc shaped-so as to be revolving around the North-South and East-West axes of the concentrator at a costant rate of 15° per hour and +- 23° 27’ declination, to track the apparent motion of the Sun. The declination axis, is perpendicular to the polar axis. Movements about this axis occurs slowly and varies by +- 23° 27' over a year.

PATENT'S APPLICATIONS
PARABOLOID SIMULATION

 

 

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