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000229929 245__ $$aHigh-flux optical systems for solar thermochemistry
000229929 260__ $$c2017
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000229929 520__ $$aHigh-flux optical systems (HFOSs) are optical concentrators used to increase the radiative flux of the natural terrestrial solar irradiation. High radiative flux concentration leads to high energy density in solar receivers which allow to obtain high temperatures. In solar thermochemical applications, the high-temperature heat drives endothermic thermochemical reactions. HFOSs have been deployed for research and development of solar thermochemical devices and systems, from solar reacting media to solar reactors. Here, we review the designs and characteristics of HFOSs as well as challenges and opportunities in the area of high-flux optical systems for solar thermochemical applications.
000229929 6531_ $$aHigh-flux
000229929 6531_ $$aOptics
000229929 6531_ $$aSolar
000229929 6531_ $$aThermochemistry
000229929 6531_ $$aSolar fuels
000229929 700__ $$aLeveque, Gael
000229929 700__ $$aBader, Roman
000229929 700__ $$aLipinski, Wojciech
000229929 700__ $$g207354$$aHaussener, Sophia$$0247143
000229929 773__ $$q133-148$$j156$$tSolar Energy
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