There is an interesting substance developed in Germany called Zeolite that could possibly be capable of storing the intense heat. We may also consider compressed hydrated fiberglass. This has been a central issue with the notion of solar power through magnification. So I'm thinking solar panels could be designed with micro lenses in series which could focus much higher energy that could be stored in Zeolite. I added a first cut diagram showing how this could work. Note that the intensity of light passing through multiple magnification lenses has a significant increase in energy, just two magnifiers in focus can produce 8x magnification. The flexibility of the system which allows panels to be inserted/removed can be used to adjust energy collected. DIAGRAMS TO BE UPDATED.
Figure 1 - Overall architecture of energy collection and store with one panel. Additional panels could be added in series.
Zeolite heat store for transportation, could also be hydrated compressed fiberglass combined with Lithium power source
Lens Equation (bu.edu)
|Figure 2 - Insertion rack of magnification lenses - note this is resultant from my transcendental|
depth matrix mathematical field, lens size and width configurable
|Figure 3 - Bausch & Lomb double magnifier there have always|
been American Jeweler's loops too.
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