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Old Nov 11th 2014, 05:48 AM   #1
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Solar water heating system

Hi,

I want to size the area of collectors that I would need to heat water in the boiler ( 100liter ) up to 80 degrees celcius.

How should I approach this. Especially I have trouble in finding the power a solar collector can deliver to the boiler.

Maybe I should just use average numbers ?

Thanks in advance.
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