Solar thermal energy
Solar thermal energy is defined as using solar power to provide heat. The heat can be used for heating in the home and for heating domestic water, as well as for process heat in industry and for steam generation in power stations and even for cooling.
Principles of solar thermal energy
Determining characteristic parameters of a solar thermal system; model fitted with artificial radiation source.
Parabolic trough collector
Function and operating behaviour of a parabolic trough collector, accessorie for ET 202.
Tracking parabolic trough collector
Function and operating behavior of a parabolic trough collector, astronomical and sensor-based sun tracking, system control via SPS.
Domestic water heating with flat collector
Demonstration of the conversion of the sun’s radiation energy into heat and the storing of that heat.
Artificial light source
Artificial light source for use in closed laboratories for the trainers ET 250, HL 313, HL 314, HL 320.03 or HL 320.04.
Domestic water heating with tube collectorr
Familiarisation with the functions of the evacuated tube collector and the solar circuit.
Function and operating behaviour of a hot water heating system with digital heating controller.
Evacuated tube collector
Conversion of solar energy into heat in the evacuated tube collector.
Central storage module with controller
Module with buffer storage and bivalent storage for heating systems with renewable energies.
Convection and radiation
Heat transport between heating element and vessel wall by convection and radiation.