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Homemade Solar Panels Aluminum Cans

Burning Stuff With 2000F Solar Power!!

In a previous project I found a free tv and turned it into a giant solar scorcher. This shoots out a deadly beam of sunlight, that's hot enough to abuse food, melt metal and burn things you probably shouldn't. Today seemed like a good day to play with my Solar Scorcher. I positioned my frame and found the focal point, then added some concrete tiles as a base for my projects. Ok, I've got power, and I'll test it out with this piece of wood and when the light makes contact.

I've got instant fire. The sunlight at this spot is around 2000 degrees Fahrenheit, enough to melt this spot of concrete into a glowing orange liquid. I'm curious to see what I can do with all this heat so I've filled a glass bottle with water and I'll punch a hole in the cap. It's incredible to see that the instant I focus my lens on the bottle, it starts smoking. Just a few moments later this water is so hot it's boiling, and I'm a little nervous the bottle might blow. Yep, there it goes. The glass pieces are melting and that's cool,.

But now I want to try this on some food. I'll get some hot dogs, and when they hit the beam they really do get hot. This might be a little well done for my taste, and I'm still hungry so let's try an egg. The egg is actually working very well. It's so reflective it doesn't burn as fast, and even my wife is interested. A little salt and pepper and it's tempting to try a bite. Ok, so I wasn't actually expecting to eat this, but it looks safe enough, and.

Even my kids are anxious to try. Surprisingly, it's pretty good. Alright, let's see what else this will do. I'll try burning a penny, and, wow, it melted. How about a stack of pennies Yep, they're nothing but liquid metal now, and I'm thinking that slag in the mixture must be what's left of the copper coating. It's only taking about 4 seconds to melt these, and melting metal is really great, but now I want to see something burst. I wonder what would happen to this egg It's spewing some kind of debris and smoking like crazy. I hear.

Some little pops and it's even forming some interesting growths. huh, Look at that. But no explosion. How about if I put a pop top on this bottle of water and let the pressure build up Yeah, that's what I'm looking for. Let's do that again. The lid is back on, and pressure is building. Awesome! Alright, the sun is setting and I've readjusted my Aframe. I'm just wondering if this would ignite gasoline. It does. Hopefully it goes without saying that this is very dangerous and you shouldn't try this at home. Well, I'm convinced there's.

An insane amount of power behind these lenses. If you'd like to see where I got this one, take a look at my tutorial on how I hacked it out of an old TV. This one boiled water in less than a minute, welded a nickel to concrete, and instantly torched any piece of wood in it's way. Well that was fun, but I'm still hungry so I'll put everything away and go get some real home cooking. That's it for now. If you liked this project, perhaps you'll like some of my others. Check them out at thekingofrandom.

SelfCleaning Solar Panels

Most solar installations happen to be in really arid regions where you have a lot of dust in the atmosphere. That dust gets deposited over time onto your solar panels and that lowers the efficiency of your solar station. That might not sound like a big deal, but if you have millions of square feet of solar panels out in a desert that ends up really costly, especially if water is a scarce resource. So, what we're looking to do is use a more efficient method by using just a small amount.

Of electricity to statically push the dust off the surface of the solar panel or the solar mirror. So this sort of looks like the back windshield of your car where you have those heater strips, those lines that go all the way across. What we do is we just put them at a voltage. So we sort of charge them up to a very high voltage, to about 1200 volts. And what that does is that creates a big electrical field and that electrical field charges and then pushes away the dust.

And in order to efficiently push it away, what we do is we have three different sets of fingers that are all connected and each one is a different phase. So by alternating the order in which we turn them on, we create a wave that travels across the screen and charges and pushes the dust off. And it's actually a really small amount of energy because we don't complete a circuit. We're just charging up those lines. So the load on our power supply is what's called a capacitive load. We're not actually.

How to Install Solar Panels Solar Panel Mounting Rails

Now once we get our panels into position where we can mount them on the roof, we need a secure mounting. These are professionally designed, extruded aluminum rails that go together with extruded and specially designed aluminum clips. These slide together and are adjustable at that point, and once you have your rail actually mounted to the roof, you have a clip then that fits right over the edge of the panel and is easily tightened down. With four of these clips, your panels are sturdy in hundred mile an hour winds. Very important to mount.

Make an Aluminum Air Battery

Greetings fellow nerds. Time to make another simple battery, today will be the aluminumair battery with household materials. We start with about 60 grams of table salt and add in 300 milliliters of water. Stir it up until most of it dissolves. If it doesn't completely dissolve that's fine. Now we get ourselves a couple of square feet of aluminum foil. This will serve as our anode or negative electrode. Bunch it up into a ball but don't pack it too tightly yet. Now get a needle or sharp rod and poke holes.

Through it. The idea is that we don't want it to trap air when we put it into the salt water. Set that aside and now get some steel wool. Fluff it up a bit so it's slightly larger than the mouth of the container you're using. This will serve as our cathode, or positive electrode. Now get some wires with alligator clips and attach them to each electrode material. Now stuff the aluminum into the bottom of the salt water and pack it down. Next, get a paper towel and lay it over the aluminum, this will serve a separator between.

The electrodes. Make sure that the aluminum is completely covered as well as the metal part of the alligator clip. Now stuff the steel wool on top. And that is a simple aluminum air battery. What's happening is that the iron catalyzes the reaction of oxygen with water to make hydroxide while the aluminum reacts with the hydroxide to form aluminum oxide. Overall the reactants are the aluminum metal and the oxygen in the air. So let's check its output with this multimeter. Connecting it up to the clips. We can see the voltage is around 0.23 volts give or take.

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During winters we wear dark clothes because they absorb a lot more heat. to do this experiment take two aluminium cans. one colored black and the other should be shiny aluminium. now fill both the cans with same amount of water. fill both the cans to the to. then take two thermometers and place one in each can and measure initial temperature of the water. then keep these cans in the sun outside for almost 3 hours. after 3 hours you will be surprised that the temperature of the black can would have risen by 6.5 degrees. which.

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During winters we wear dark clothes because they absorb a lot more heat. to do this experiment take two aluminium cans. one colored black and the other should be shiny aluminium. now fill both the cans with same amount of water. fill both the cans to the to. then take two thermometers and place one in each can and measure initial temperature of the water. then keep these cans in the sun outside for almost 3 hours. after 3 hours you will be surprised that the temperature of the black can would have risen by 6.5 degrees. which.

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During winters we wear dark clothes because they absorb a lot more heat. to do this experiment take two aluminium cans. one colored black and the other should be shiny aluminium. now fill both the cans with same amount of water. fill both the cans to the to. then take two thermometers and place one in each can and measure initial temperature of the water. then keep these cans in the sun outside for almost 3 hours. after 3 hours you will be surprised that the temperature of the black can would have risen by 6.5 degrees. which.

Okapi Fan Control Systems for Solar Collector Air Heaters

These are two 4' x 8' solar air heater panels They only took a few days of work and cost under CA$400 to make The sun shines on the panels on a cold December day But there's a problem. Due to convection, all the heating occurs at the ceiling Which this thermal image clearly confirms If you direct the hot air from the panels to the floor, furniture and other objects You will more efficiently heat the room We solved this problem by using our innovative fan control system After just a couple of hours of solar heating.

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