Thermoelectric Power Generation Using Waste -Heat Energy From Peltier And Seebeck Module.

Document Type : Primary Research paper

Authors

1 Assistant Professor, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, AMET Deemed to be University,

2 Student, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Marine, AMET Deemed to be University, Kanathur, Tamil Nadu 603112,

3 Student, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Marine, AMET Deemed to be University, Kanathur, Tamil Nadu 603112

Abstract

In today’s environment, we are more focused and interested in deploying sustainable and renewable energy that produce less carbon emission and eco-friendly energy. Energy users are continuously asking for instruments that can gives us required amount of energy for their domestic and other uses, at the time when power is unavailable as well as addition to their normal usage. In this TEG, there are not any moving parts and it cannot be producing any waste during power production hence it is considered as green technology. TEG power generator converts direct waste heat in to generate electricity by this it-eliminated emission so we can believe this green technology. TEG power generation offer a possible application within the direct exchange of waste-heat energy into electric power where it is unnecessary to believe the value of the thermal energy input. This method will have a maximum outcome. The application of this feature green technology in converting waste-heat energy directly into electric power can too improve the general efficiencies of energy conversion systems. Heat source, which is, need for this conversion is a smaller amount when contrast to standard methods. By using this energy, we will charge the electronics like mobiles.

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Volume 12, Issue 3 - Serial Number 3
ICMMNT-2021 International Virtual Conference on Materials, Manufacturing and Nanotechnology, 30th June, 2021.
June 2021
Pages 459-467