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... at night. Other issues include the cost of insulated glazing and developing effective systems to redistribute heat throughout the living area. Examples: Trombe walls Water walls Roof ponds Isolated solar ...
... systems (plant systems as treatment ponds, constructed wetlands, living walls) and compact systems as activated sludge systems, biorotors, aerobic and anaerobic biofilters, submerged aerated filters, biorolls ...
... decommissioning in 1989. A solar pond is a pool of salt water (usually 1–2 m deep) that collects and stores solar energy. Solar ponds were first proposed by Dr. Rudolph Bloch in 1948 after he came across ...
... cogeneration system provided 400 kW of electricity plus thermal energy in the form of 401 kW steam and 468 kW chilled water, and had a one hour peak load thermal storage.  Evaporation ponds are shallow ...
... light to pass during the winter. Since bare, leafless trees shade 1/3 to 1/2 of incident solar radiation, there is a balance between the benefits of summer shading and the corresponding loss of winter ...
... by photovoltaics, concentrating solar thermal devices, or by an experimental technology such as a solar chimney or solar pond. Solar energy and shading are important considerations in building design. ...
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