An Experimental Investigation of a Novel Built-in Storage Solar Water Heater at Dhaka

P.K. Das*, M.W. Mohiuddin, G.M.M. Huq, M.I. Hossain

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This paper presents an experimental investigation of a novel built-in storage solar water heater. In this work, novel built-in storage types solar water heater about 81.5 liters capacity has been investigated experimentally for the case of no draw-off. The aim of this work is to investigate the performance of the built-in storage solar water heater. The solar water heater, which performs the dual function of absorbing and storing hot water is made of 4 pipes, each of length 1.8 m and diameter of 12 cm, with a baffle plate is placed inside each pipe. The experiment has been performed in the open atmosphere under direct sunlight. The water temperature has been measured at various locations in the system.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSixth Annual Paper Meet and International Conference
Pages39-45
Publication statusPublished - 17 Feb 2000

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