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Title: Control design profits heliostat techno-economics
Authors: Rubin, N
Roos, T
Wilson, F
De Villiers, J
Perumal, S
Keywords: Solar energy
Systems engineering
System engineering processes
Renewable energy
Heliostat
Position control
Cost-benefit tradeoffs
CSP field
Issue Date: May-2012
Citation: Rubin, N, Roos, T, Wilson, F, De Villiers, J and Perumal, S. Control design profits heliostat techno-economics. 1st Southern African Solar Energy Conference, Stellenbosch, 21-23 May 2012
Series/Report no.: Workflow;9135
Abstract: Modelling, Identification, Simulation and Synthesis are well known components of the System Engineering Process. Ally these with the Target Aligned (TA) heliostat architecture and the universally acknowledged merits of using closed loop feedback control, then one has all the requisite tools to produce a cost effective solar energy product that can deliver impact in the renewable energy arena.
Description: 1st Southern African Solar Energy Conference, Stellenbosch, 21-23 May 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5951
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