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Theory of the “Inverse Method” for Characterization of Solar Concentrators

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Abstract

The theory of “inverse method” applied to the optical characterization of solar concentrators is revisited. New optical quantities are introduced and the experimental procedure for measuring the on-axis absolute “direct” transmission efficiency is reported.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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