Please join us at the 36th International Conference on Thermoelectrics to be held July 31st through August 3rd 2017. We will be presenting on “Peltier Supercooling with Isosceles Current Pulses: A Response Surface Perspective”.
The presentation will discuss our work with optimization of electrical current pulses for maximum cooling. This research makes possible more cooling for the same cost or the same cooling for less cost.
We would be happy to discuss the topic further. Please stop by and see us at the conference.
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At Applied Thermoelectric Solutions LLC, we are passionate about solid-state thermoelectric thermal management, thermal energy harvesting, and the limitless opportunities to apply the technology to the world around us. We design, engineer, build and test thermoelectric systems for your product or application. We are a Michigan based engineering and R&D company. While other companies focus on manufacturing thermoelectric modules, our focus is on the full system. We specialize in custom and optimized thermoelectric modules and systems. We apply thermoelectric technology to your product or application with unconventional thinking, a high level of multidisciplinary engineering expertise, innovation, and design. We strive to make the whole process of obtaining a prototype as simple and straightforward as possible. Whether your product or application is one of a kind or will be high-volume mass produced, we can help. We will design any system no matter the complexity. We care about quality, performance, and cost-effective design. We believe that balance between the theoretical and the practical is important when designing a system. We continuously question the status quo and push the boundaries of conventional thinking to provide you with the best solution.
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