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Domestic hot-water supply uses solar collecting panels
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A solar water heater for domestic hot-water supply uses solar collecting panels with a collection efficiency of 47.0% in a location where the average solar-energy input is 200 W/m^2...... If the water comes into the house at 15.0C and is to be heated to 60.0C, what volume of water can be heated per hour if the area of the collector is 26.5m^2........ answer in L, Any help would be wonderful




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