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Measurement of Selective Solar Absorbers Emission and Absorption Coefficients under High Vacuum

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Total absorption and emission coefficients of selective solar absorbers are measured under high vacuum conditions from room temperature up to stagnation temperature. Results are useful to determine evacuated solar panel performances in operating conditions.

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