[This article belongs to Volume - 54, Issue - 01]
Gongcheng Kexue Yu Jishu/Advanced Engineering Science
Journal ID : AES-13-02-2022-119

Title : Metal Flower as Sustainable design that integrates Concentrated Solar Power with Street Squares in Egyptian neighbourhoods
Rania Rushdy Moussa, Laila Atef Elsawaf, Sara Magdy Oteifa,

Abstract : This study illustrates the fossil fuel crisis, which is now a major environmental threat. Currently, at 30% in 2021, the goal is to reach 85% by 2050. Concentrated solar power (CSP) is certainly a role for providing the majority of this sustainable power source while it is one of the most advanced inexhaustible power advances as well the vitality produced is transported from the world's sun-based belt to the populace focuses. As a result, the study's objectives are to create a new innovative design to improve the square's visual aspect by integrating concentrated solar power within the urban context, resulting in a square that looks good while also providing electric energy to the surrounding area. The research on Metal Flower Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) will provide enough energy to gradually replace non-renewable energy. This will be the first step toward a more environmentally friendly world. Photovoltaic is a different mechanism that uses mirrors to concentrate the Sun's light energy and reflect it into the focal point of the structure, where the warmth is collected and used to generate steam. The aim of this research is to integrate a concentrated solar power system into Egyptian streets using an innovative design that fits the Egyptian urban environment. The study revealed that installing CSP in street squares will generate an average of 900,000 kw annually and will save almost 135,000 Egyptian pounds annually. This nonstop energy generation can help in solving the energy problem facing developing countries.