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Recycled Concentrated Solar Heater

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An old water heater was donated to my high school's pre-engineering class. After watching an episode of "The Cosmos," in which concentrated a farm of parabolic solar water heaters concentrators were used to heat water in order to power a steam engine that irrigated water, I was inspired to recycle the old water heater and turn it into a concentrated solar water heater.
== Background Research ==
Before starting to design my concentrated solar water heater I researched what some other people hade made. Th
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# [https://georgesworkshop.blogspot.ca/p/solar-thermal.html George's Workshop solar thermal page]
== Project goals ==
== Costs ==
Prototype.
{| class="wikitable"
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| 3" pvc pipe
| free
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|glass tube
|$2.50
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|reflective mylar film
|$11.00
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|}
 
Full design
 
{| class="wikitable"
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! Item
! Cost
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| water heater
| free
|-
| smaller glass tube| $37.5020|-| larger glass tube| $8.30
|-
| reflective mylar film| re-used$11.00
|-
|}
 == Results and Discussion ==
Your discussion.
The next steps.
== Conclusions ==
Your conclusions.
 
== References==
# [https://georgesworkshop.blogspot.ca/p/solar-thermal.html George's Workshop solar thermal page]
<ref name="George's Workshop solar thermal page" |https://georgesworkshop.blogspot.ca/p/solar-thermal.html <ref/>
== Contact details ==

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