Y.S. Chernozomov

Èlektron. model. 2021, 43(5):93-107


The possibility of using renewable energy sources (RES) for the production of hydrogen fuel, in particular solar radiation energy, without using the stage of generating electricity is considered. A mathematical model of a reflector with anisotropy of electrodynamic properties is presented. According to the analysis, using the described model, conclusions were drawn about the possibility of using this effect to ensure the transmission capacity of the energy component of solar radiation with partial or complete retention of polarization. Based on the data obtained, variants of collimating optical systems of energy concentrators are proposed that are potentially capable of realizing the photolysis process.


hydrogen fuel, quasi — resonance frequency, photolysis, photosynthesis, radiation polarization, optical anisotropy, Brewster angle, normal angle of incidence, grazing angle.


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