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# I design an efficient solar shower. I put the problem and goals, and need your help in some solutions. (details below)

Define the problem:
Considering building a solar shower in the desert, the mountain, a forest, or a remote area where no gas or electricity is available, define the goals for what should be done and list criteria for success of each goal. (You certainly want your solar shower to work as efficiently as possible.)
Location:
Lake Tahoe, we will use the snow during the winter and the lake water in the summer as the source of water for our shower. The shower will be attached to the side of our cabin in a place that has direct sunlight year round.
Goals:
We will make a storage reservoir to keep extra water warm using a plastic container with a glass lid. The bottom of the container will also be black to help absorb more sunlight. The storage container will be located right next to the shower so conserve time it takes to transfer water to the shower. The water can be transferred via buckets to the shower reservoir.
The shower will be lined with plastic panels on the inside and will be dark/black. The outside will be wood and the floor or the shower will be made of some sort of stone to allow the water to run off. The top of the shower will be able to hold approximately 5 gallons (41 pounds) of water at one time. There will be a shower head and a valve to be able to stop and start the flow of water manually.
We want the water to be warmed during the entire day so that it can be used in the evening/night. Ideally the water (in the top of the shower) will stay warm for a couple of hours after sunset. Any remaining water will be reheated the next day. For cloudy days the storage container may be used and the water should stay warm enough to use for up to 2 days with our available materials.
2. Write an explanation in two parts for why your design will work efficiently; that is, (a) why will your design do a good job of initially warming the water and (b) then keeping it warm until shower time? Focus on how your choice of materials/colors (a) maximizes the transfer of energy into the water to warm it up, and (b) minimizes the transfer of energy away from the water to keep it warm. You must explain these in terms of the heat transfer mechanisms: heat conduction, IR radiation, convection, and/or absorption of light.

## Lap physics

Use the following simulations to verify the theory of the chapters in your text
The static electricity concepts of Coulomb’s law for electric fields and electric forces
Establish a table for all the variables that you can control or calculate
Write a general understanding of the topic in your own words
Discuss your results and write a conclusion statement supporting the theory learned about those topics
https://ophysics.com/em1.html Coulomb’s law
https://ophysics.com/em9.html equipotentials and electric field

## Lab 2

Physics Assignment Help Use the following simulations to verify the theory of the chapters in your text
The static electricity concepts of Coulomb’s law for electric fields and electric forces
Establish a table for all the variables that you can control or calculate
Write a general understanding of the topic in your own words
Discuss your results and write a conclusion statement supporting the theory learned about those topics
https://ophysics.com/em1.html (Links to an external site.) Coulomb’s law
https://ophysics.com/em9.html (Links to an external site.) equipotentials and electric field

## I design an efficient solar shower. I put the problem and goals, and need your help in some solutions. (details below)

Define the problem:
Considering building a solar shower in the desert, the mountain, a forest, or a remote area where no gas or electricity is available, define the goals for what should be done and list criteria for success of each goal. (You certainly want your solar shower to work as efficiently as possible.)
Location:
Lake Tahoe, we will use the snow during the winter and the lake water in the summer as the source of water for our shower. The shower will be attached to the side of our cabin in a place that has direct sunlight year round.
Goals:
We will make a storage reservoir to keep extra water warm using a plastic container with a glass lid. The bottom of the container will also be black to help absorb more sunlight. The storage container will be located right next to the shower so conserve time it takes to transfer water to the shower. The water can be transferred via buckets to the shower reservoir.
The shower will be lined with plastic panels on the inside and will be dark/black. The outside will be wood and the floor or the shower will be made of some sort of stone to allow the water to run off. The top of the shower will be able to hold approximately 5 gallons (41 pounds) of water at one time. There will be a shower head and a valve to be able to stop and start the flow of water manually.
We want the water to be warmed during the entire day so that it can be used in the evening/night. Ideally the water (in the top of the shower) will stay warm for a couple of hours after sunset. Any remaining water will be reheated the next day. For cloudy days the storage container may be used and the water should stay warm enough to use for up to 2 days with our available materials.
2. Write an explanation in two parts for why your design will work efficiently; that is, (a) why will your design do a good job of initially warming the water and (b) then keeping it warm until shower time? Focus on how your choice of materials/colors (a) maximizes the transfer of energy into the water to warm it up, and (b) minimizes the transfer of energy away from the water to keep it warm. You must explain these in terms of the heat transfer mechanisms: heat conduction, IR radiation, convection, and/or absorption of light.

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