Clifford K. Ho mainly investigates Solar energy, Solar power, Chemiresistor, Electrical engineering and Thermal energy storage. Clifford K. Ho interconnects Power tower, Thermal, Optics, Thermal emittance and Composite material in the investigation of issues within Solar energy. His research integrates issues of Probabilistic method, Systems engineering, Photovoltaic system, Base load power plant and Electronic engineering in his study of Solar power.
His Electrical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nuclear engineering and Energy storage. His studies deal with areas such as Heat exchanger and Brayton cycle as well as Nuclear engineering. His research investigates the connection between Thermal energy storage and topics such as Heat transfer that intersect with issues in Current, Central receiver and Industrial gas.
Clifford K. Ho spends much of his time researching Solar energy, Mechanics, Heliostat, Optics and Solar power. His Solar energy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nuclear engineering, Optoelectronics, Heat transfer, Thermal emittance and Photovoltaic system. His research integrates issues of Heat exchanger and Thermal energy storage in his study of Heat transfer.
His work on Volumetric flow rate, Convection and Convective heat transfer as part of general Mechanics research is often related to Particulates and Falling, thus linking different fields of science. Clifford K. Ho interconnects Structural engineering, Computational fluid dynamics and Simulation in the investigation of issues within Heliostat. His Solar power study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Cost of electricity by source.
Clifford K. Ho mainly focuses on Mechanics, Particulates, Solar energy, Heat exchanger and Falling. His Mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Volume fraction, Residence time and Absorptance. The various areas that he examines in his Solar energy study include Computational physics, Photovoltaic system, Supercritical carbon dioxide and Solar power.
As a part of the same scientific study, Clifford K. Ho usually deals with the Solar power, concentrating on Process engineering and frequently concerns with Current and Durability. His research on Heat exchanger also deals with topics like
Clifford K. Ho mainly investigates Mechanics, Solar energy, Heat transfer, Particulates and Heat transfer coefficient. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Tube and Thermal analysis, Thermal. His Solar energy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Project cost estimation, Supercritical carbon dioxide and Solar power.
Clifford K. Ho has researched Solar power in several fields, including Engineering physics, Solar mirror and Solar simulator, Photovoltaic system, Electrical engineering. His Heat transfer research integrates issues from Solar absorptance, Central receiver and Current. His Heat transfer coefficient research incorporates themes from Thermal conductivity, Nuclear engineering, Thermal energy, Heat exchanger and Packed bed.
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Review of High-Temperature Central Receiver Designs for Concentrating Solar Power
Clifford K. Ho;Brian D. Iverson.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2014)
Concentrating Solar Power Gen3 Demonstration Roadmap
Mark Mehos;Craig Turchi;Judith Vidal;Michael Wagner.
Power Tower Technology Roadmap and Cost Reduction Plan
Thomas R. Mancini;Jesse A. Gary;Gregory J. Kolb;Clifford Kuofei Ho.
Gas transport in porous media
Clifford K. Ho;Stephen W. Webb.
Overview of Sensors and Needs for Environmental Monitoring
Clifford K. Ho;Alex Robinson;David R. Miller;Mary J. Davis.
Advances in central receivers for concentrating solar applications
Clifford K. Ho.
Solar Energy (2017)
A review of high-temperature particle receivers for concentrating solar power
Clifford K. Ho.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2016)
Development and Evaluation of a Prototype Solid Particle Receiver: On-Sun Testing and Model Validation
Nathan P. Siegel;Clifford K. Ho;Siri S. Khalsa;Gregory J. Kolb.
Journal of Solar Energy Engineering-transactions of The Asme (2010)
Novel Microsystem Applications with New Techniques in Low-Temperature Co-Fired Ceramics
K. A. Peterson;K. D. Patel;C. K. Ho;S. B. Rohde.
International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology (2005)
Characterization of Pyromark 2500 Paint for High-Temperature Solar Receivers
Clifford K. Ho;A. Roderick Mahoney;Andrea Ambrosini;Marlene Bencomo.
Journal of Solar Energy Engineering-transactions of The Asme (2014)
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