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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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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.
Skutterudite Thermoelectric Generator for Automotive Waste Heat Recovery", 3rd Thermoelectric Application Workshop, 2012
The consistency of solar thermoelectric energy system to meet an energy demand can be provided by properly sized solar parabolic dish collector, thermoelectric generator, storage battery and auxiliary source.
The combination of heat exchanger and thermoelectric material integrated into the vehicle environment results in high demands on design, size & dimensioning of the thermoelectric generator system.
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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.
The batteries enable Curiosity's power subsystem to meet peak power demands of rover activities when the demand temporarily exceeds the onboard multi-mission radioisotope thermoelectric generator (MMRTG) steady output level.
We are seeing a strong flux in space, even inside the spacecraft, about four times higher doses of radiation than the baseline we measured on the launch pad from the RTG, or radioisotope thermoelectric generator, used to power the rover.
The company has received the grant to lead the development of an energy recovery system that can improve passenger car fuel efficiency by 5 percent by converting waste heat from gas exhaust into electric power using a thermoelectric generator.
By changing the electrical circuits connecting two types of semiconductor materials - P-type and N-type semiconductors - the device can function as a photovoltaic cell or thermoelectric generator.
The Power Puck's technology is based on patent-pending thermoelectric generator (TEG) designs that allow the conversion of ambient thermal energy into electric power for a variety of low-power uses.

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