Review on Thermal Analysis of Solar Parabolic Collector by using CFD
Keywords:Renewable, Parabolic Collector, Solar Power Plants, Solar Energy.
Solar energy is one of the most freely available forms of clean renewable energy. Many technologies have been developed in India to obtain energy from various renewable energies, but obtaining maximum thermal energy from solar energy is the most promising challenge. This article introduces solar energy and the solar energy collector. The introduction of the parabolic by the collector is also described.
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