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Robot image for thermoelectric solutions Judges NASA contest

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions Invited to Judge NASA Tech Briefs Innovation Contest

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions Invited to Judge NASA Tech Briefs Innovation Contest Applied Thermoelectric Solutions was invited and served as judge for the 2019 NASA Tech Briefs Create the Future Innovation
3D Modeling and Simulation results for a thermoelectric generator (TEG) and a two stage TEG module

Thermoelectric Generator Modeling and Simulation: 8 Things You Should Know

Done correctly, most thermoelectric generator (TEG) projects succeed. Below, you will find many benefits of thermoelectric generator modeling and simulation that most people are unaware will help their project succeed.
Thermoelectric Generator (TEG) Seebeck Module with electrical

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions Wins Open Innovation Challenge

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions has won a recent open innovation challenge. With over 300 entries coming from around the world, the challenge was to provide a wireless power source for an
Thermoelectric generator power versus time plot with Thomson effect, Seebeck Effect, non thermoelement model and temperature dependent properties

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions Wins Editors’ Choice Award

Applied Thermoelectric Solutions has won the editor’s choice award from the Journal of Electronic Materials. The award was for a paper we published titled “Detailed Transient Multiphysics Model for Fast
A radioisotope thermoelectric generator (RTG) pacemaker

How Thermoelectric Generators Work

How Thermoelectric Generators Work Thermoelectric generators (TEG) are solid-state semiconductor devices that convert a temperature difference and heat flow into a useful DC power source. Thermoelectric generator semiconductor devices utilize
Thermoelectric generator module thermal image

Our Upcoming International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT) Presentation

Our Upcoming International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT) Presentation, Caen France Presentation Topic: Detailed Transient Multiphysics Model for Fast and Accurate Design, Simulation and Optimization of a Thermoelectric Generator (TEG) or
SPICE model of a heat generating object cooled by transient pulses thermoelectric simulation

Transient Electrical Current Peltier Cooling Performance

Please find the below PDF with our latest work titled Peltier Supercooling with Isosceles Current Pulses: Cooling an Object with Internal Heat Generation. This work was published and presented at the
Medical applications of thermoelectrics / Peltier cooling showing a Peltier cooler / thermoelectric generator

Introduction to Thermoelectrics and Medical Applications

  Introduction to Thermoelectrics and its Application to the Medical Field What is Thermoelectrics? Thermoelectrics is the collective application of the thermoelectric effect. The thermoelectric effect is made up of
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Join us at the 232nd Electrochemical Society Meeting (ECS)

We are fortunate to be invited to speak at the 232nd Electrochemical Society Meeting (ECS) held in National Harbor, MD. Presentation Title: Peltier Supercooling with Isosceles Current Pulses: Cooling an
optimization of pulsed Peltier cooling and heating

Transient Thermoelectric Pulse Cooling

The below article is adapted from a presentation that was presented at the International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT) by our founder and CTO Alfred Piggott. The talk was well received and
Thermoelectric generator and thermoelectric cooler module performance optimization

Thermoelectric Module Optimization

What is Thermoelectric Module Optimization? An optimized thermoelectric module is quite different from custom thermoelectric module. With a custom thermoelectric module design there can be many designs that meet your
International Conference on Thermoelectrics ICT Showing a Peltier module

We will Present at the 36th International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT)

Please join us at the 36th International Conference on Thermoelectrics. We will be presenting on “Peltier Supercooling with Isosceles Current Pulses: A Response Surface Perspective”. The presentation will discuss our