The main investigations of a novel solar thermal application known as SCPP are summarized in this paper. It is a method of producing electricity from solar energy that relies on the fact that air rises when it is heated. An adequate position within a tall chimney can be utilized to position a turbine to turn it, creating an updraft that can be used to generate power. This system's specifications, design, construction, and use are all covered in the paper along with experimental and analytical research related to it. It also emphasizes the development and execution of SCPP programs.
Reda, Ahmed; Salah, Waseem; Suwailem, Ahmed; Ahmed, Shehab Eldin; Lasheen, Omar; Elkodama, Amira; Shousha, Moustafa R.; Ismaiel, Amr; and A. Rahman, Anas
"Solar Chimney Power Plants: A Mini Review,"
Future Engineering Journal: Vol. 3:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/fej/vol3/iss2/4
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