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The article analyzes a mathematical model for calculating solar parabola cylindrical hot water systems for industrial and municipal enterprises. The formulas for determining heat losses associated with radiant and convective heat exchange, as well as useful heat energy and efficiency of solar parabola-cylindrical systems for obtaining heat for industrial purposes are given.

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solar radiation energy temperature heat supply process steam productivity hot water thermal energy electricity optical heat losses hot water supply

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Sulaymonov Husanboy Mannopovich 2020. Mathematikal model of calclation parabola-cylindirical solar hot water systems of industrial enterprises. International Journal on Integrated Education. 3, 9 (Sep. 2020), 33-38. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v3i9.584.

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