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ther·mo·e·lec·tric·i·ty

(ther'mō-ē-lek-tris'i-tē),
An electrical current generated in a thermopile.

thermoelectricity

(thĕr″mō-ē-lĕk-trĭs′ĭ-tē)
Electricity generated by heat.
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(17.) Kim, T.Y., Negash, A., and Cho, G., "Experimental and Numerical Study of Waste Heat Recovery Characteristics of Direct Contact Thermoelectric Generator," Energy Conversion and Management 140:273-280, 2017.
established a thermocouple analysis model and analyzed the influence of material physical parameters and its variation on the working characteristics of thermoelectric generator by numerical simulation [54].
P., "Design of high-efficient converter for on-board Thermoelectric Generator," in Transportation Electrification Asia-Pacific, IEEE Conference and Expo, Beijing, 2014.
"Comparison of DCDC- converter architectures of power management circuits for thermoelectric generators," in Power Electronics and Applications, 2007 European Conference on, pp: 1-5.
et al., "Simulation of Fuel Economy Effectiveness of Exhaust Heat Recovery System Using Thermoelectric Generator in a Series Hybrid," SAE Int.
A thermoelectric generator (TEG) with simple structure can be regarded as a steady voltage source in series with internal resistance [13, 14].
Su, "Experimental investigation on thermoelectric generator of micro hybrid power source," in Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Advanced Optical Manufacturing and Testing Technologies: Design, Manufacturing, and Testing of Micro- and Nano-Optical Devices and Systems, vol.
Vorobiev, "Investigation of solar hybrid electric/thermal system with radiation concentrator and thermoelectric generator," International Journal of Photoenergy, vol.
Curiosity, in turn, uses waste heat from the radioisotope thermoelectric generator to warm itself.
Evans, "Dispenser printed composite thermoelectric thick films for thermoelectric generator applications," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
The fuel cell is powered primarily by a thermoelectric generator, which recovers heat from exhaust-gases and is aided by a thin film photo-voltaic on the sunroof.
He also said that the fuel cell was powered by a thermoelectric generator which recovers heat from exhaust gases and is aided by a thin film photo-voltaic on the sunroof.

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