Domestc Solar Generator Schematic

Domestc Solar Generator Schematic

On the domestic level, there are many examples, probably the most useful is a simple solar electrical generator that stores the sun’s heat in a large black stone. This heat is then used in a basic Stirling generator that runs 24hrs a day producing a constant electrical supply. This power can then be used in house or sold on to the national grid.

The secondary benefit of this system involves using the domestic hot water system to take away the waste energy and improve the overall efficiency. This provides a neat two for one gain from a device that costs about the same as a large fridge and just sits on the roof producing electricity as it purrs away.

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  1. #1 by Cosmic John on January 3, 2013 - 7:36 pm

    very poor details on this diagram.

    • #2 by secretsofthesunsects on January 3, 2013 - 8:08 pm

      True, but there are plenty f sites with near perfect reconstructions and none of them work, well not under any known principles. At least this mechanic works and the diagram shows the parts 🙂

    • #3 by secretsofthesunsects on January 4, 2013 - 8:06 am

      Sorry Cosmic John, I thought you were referring to my pyramid diagrams.. This is simply a schematic of a system that utilizes solar energy and works 24/7. The engines are just basic stirlings, the reflectors are simple mirrrors and the conductors that take the heat to the hot piston of the Stirling are simple copper (or other) metal plates, I worry about the expansion in the rock of course. The water piping is standard Stirling cooling system.
      There is a nice photo of a working device in my book The Sun Devices, let me know if you would like a free copy. It uses a slightly different collector, but the principle is proven with the device.



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