Figures in support of 27.5 W/m2 collection efficiency solar laser using a diffuse scattering cooling liquid

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This is the recorded data corresponding to the graphs provided in the published paper “27.5 W/m2 collection efficiency solar laser using a diffuse scattering cooling liquid”.
Figure 2A: The absorption as a function of ray incident angle for 98% and 0% diffuse reflectivity.
Figure 2B: Modelled solar absorption in Nd:YAG rod as a function of reflectivity of diffuse scatterer in contact with the side wall of the rod.
Figure 4: Modelled laser output power as a function of solar power entering the 20 mm long, 3 mm diameter Nd:YAG rod for 98% reflectivity scatterer and 0% diffuse scatterer.
Figure 6: Laser output power vs total solar power hitting the front surface of the Fresnel lens for both water and water-paint cooling liquids.
Figure 7: Modelled and experimental laser power as a function of power entering the laser rod.
Table of losses: experimentally measured loss from each component in the sunlight collection path.
Date made available2018
PublisherUniversity of Dundee

Research Output

27.5 W/m2 collection efficiency solar laser using a diffuse scattering cooling liquid

Smyth, C., Mirkhanov, S., Quarterman, A. & Wilcox, K., 20 May 2018, In : Applied Optics. 57, 15, p. 4008-4012 5 p.

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    Smyth, C. (Creator) (2018). Figures in support of 27.5 W/m2 collection efficiency solar laser using a diffuse scattering cooling liquid. University of Dundee. Figure2A(.xlsx), Figure2B(.xlsx), Figure4(.xlsx), Figure6(.xlsx), Figure7(.xlsx), Table_of_losses(.xlsx). 10.15132/10000133