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    Nelson, Kent
    A plan for developing and marketing a solar refrigeration system which is cost effective to the consumer and profitable to the manufacturer is presented here. The proposed system does not employ the commonly used photovoltaic energy source because of . . .
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    Sainumyom, Preecha
    A feasibility study of heat of dilution as an energy storage medium has been investigated using a sulfuric acid – water system. The sulfuric acid and water are stored separately until energy for space heating is required. Since sulfuric acid and water . . .
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    Sullivan, Dennis Michael
    Recently, due to the Energy Crisis, more attention than ever before has been placed on solar energy development. For this reason, now more than ever, the time is optimum for the establishment of a business venture to manufacture and market solar energ . . .
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    Ron, Avihou
    The theoretical performance of two natural circulation (thermosiphon flow) solar water heaters connected both in series and in parallel were evaluated. The performance is measured by the amount of energy which was collected during a day by the system. . . .
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    Pham, Lieu van
    The purpose of this report was to design one of the major components of a newly developed Solar Energy Powered Absorption Refrigeration System which was intended for use in air conditioning systems for residential and commercial projects. This compone . . .
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    Kimm, Young C.
    My graduate studies in industrial design have broadened my field of knowledge regarding theoretical and conceptual aspects of the field - an area which was guided by the advanced instruction of our faculty. I believe that products of the future should . . .
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    Knolle, Bernard
    A project submitted to the faculty of the California Maritime Academy in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering.