parabolic reflector


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Noun1.parabolic reflector - a concave reflector used to produce a parallel beam when the source is placed at its focus or to focus an incoming parallel beamparabolic reflector - a concave reflector used to produce a parallel beam when the source is placed at its focus or to focus an incoming parallel beam
parabolic mirror - a parabolic reflector for light radiation
reflector - device that reflects radiation
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With the same size as a 1,200 W lamp with parabolic reflector, the M18 provides around 70% more light output while maintaining the same colour quality.
(1975) [1] suggested a design concept for the compound parabolic concentrator (CPC) intended to collect a greater amount of solar energy using a parabolic reflector by means of increasing the capability of reflecting to the absorber with the widest possible acceptance angles.
Thus the viewer is confronted with Parabolic Reflector, 2016, for example--a work that consists of two pieces of borrowed playground equipment meant to amplify users' voices.
The incoming lights are reflected by the parabolic reflector and entered the cavity through its open inlet.
It features an iconic triangular form with an innovative parabolic reflector with an integrated speaker on top of the PC for superb, 360-degree sound to fill a room with crisp audio.
A parabolic reflector produces a balanced beam with peripheral illumination for greater on-site awareness.
TLR-1 HPL For long guns only, the TLR-1 HPL has a deep-dish parabolic reflector creating a long-range beam--more than 1,437 feet--of intense illumination that functions something like a spotlight.
According to the company, orbital maneuvers can temporarily align the sun near the axis of the parabolic reflector of the radiometer.
Around 1763, William Hutchinson installed what may have been the first parabolic reflector in a lighthouse.
Julian Williams, principal of Raffles World Academy, said: "The project helped students learn and understand the energy from the Sun by encouraging them to build a parabolic reflector to heat water for cooking.