Thermal Performance Comparison of a Novel Chevron Collector and Standard Collectors

Farayi Musharavati

Qatar University

Farayi Musharavati holds a BTech (hons) degree in MechanicalEngineering, MSc. in Manufacturing Systems, and an MSc. in Renewable Energy. He obtained a PhD in Manufacturing Systems from University Putra Malaysia. He is an Associate Professor in the Departmentof Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Qatar University. He worked as a Research Fellow on Applications of Computational Intelligence. He has participated in five NPRPprojects, six UREP projects funded by Qatar Foundation. His research interests are in Energy and the Environment, Applications of Computational Intelligence, Manufacturing and Materials Engineering, Design, Sustainability, Life Cycle Assessment(LCA), and Simulation and Modelling


Quantitative comparison of collector designs plays an important role in the development of solar thermal systems. In this paper, performance comparison of a novel chevron flat plate collector design against two collectors is... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Farayi Musharavati (Qatar University)
  2. Rahib Khan (Qatar University)

Topic Area

Photovoltaic and solar energy systems


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