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Fresnel Lens to heat a swimming pool with solar energy

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Heating a swimming pool with Fresnel Lenses is possible but simply pointing one at clear water does nothing. A dark target is required to absorb the concentrated sunlight. Fresnel Lenses do not amplify light, they concentrate light. An obstructions blocking the path of natural sunlight light a lens simply redirects light from a larger area to a smaller area. The better option is to sink large dark objects to the bottom of your pool where sunlight can expose the dark object. Square area is square area so a one meter square Fresnel Lens concentrated to a dark target in a swimming pool will collect the same amount of solar energy as a one meter square black sheet of plastic or metal. Since the objects are submerged, metal and plastic are equally as effective due to equal surface area in an aqueous bath. Assuming the surface is equally matte.


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