Colorado State University. Solar Energy Applications Laboratory.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of George O.G. Lof
George Lof (1913-2009) was a pioneer in solar thermal, building analysis, and HVAC systems. He founded the Solar Energy Applications Laboratory (SEAL) on Colorado State University's Foothills Campus in 1972. His distinctive career earned him worldwide recognition as one of the early groundbreaking leaders of solar research. Materials include reports and articles.
Records of the Solar Energy Applications Laboratory and Solar Village
The Records of the Solar Energy Applications Laboratory and Solar Village document the research conducted on solar energy by SEAL staff, and the state of solar energy development in the United States and parts of the world during the latter half of the 20th century. The collection contains reports, papers, conference proceedings, office files, raw data, schematics, manuals, photographs, and slides.
- Solar air conditioning. 1
- Solar collectors. 1