50 Experiments with Renewable Energy Kit & Manual

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Discover how the production of energy out of sun, wind and water works and how the generated energy can be stored. This tutorial kit imparts basic knowledge on renewable energy and guides you from one experiment to the other. Grasp knowledge - physically! Use the components in this kit to discover solar thermal energy, photovoltaics, wind energy, hydrodynamic power and the possibilities for storing energy. From solar collectors to solar drives and wind generators to storage devices for renewable energy, you can experience these technologies with the help of the included manual and the numerous components. Unpack and get started The components can be simply plugged in, so that you can get started without any complicated soldering. For your experiments you are provided with components like a solar module, a gold cap accumulator, a motor generator, wind rotor blades, a water wheel, a transistor and much more. Easy-to-understand manual The extensive illustrated manual supports your first steps in this topic and explains step by step the set-up and execution of the experiments, so that you can put them successfully into practice and even conduct ambitious experiments of your own. Projects that really work! This Franzis Tutorial Kit excels in high quality and easy utilisation even for beginners. All experiments are tested for feasibility and acted out a thousand times, so that you can be sure everything will work when you try it at home. This Franzis Tutorial Kit keeps its promise: projects that really work! Experiments in this tutorial kit Building an electronic temperature control circuit for the use of solar thermal energy Developing the control electronics for a solar plant Using a solar drive Experiments with the generator Turning wind energy into electrical power Building a wind gauge Measuring hydrodynamic power Producing hydro-electric power Using a compressed-air store Storing renewable energy in gold caps, accumulators and electrolytic capacitors Monitoring the charging process Combining solar, wind and hydrodynamic power ...and much more!