SPICE model of a heat generating object cooled by transient pulses
Please find the below downloadable PDF with our latest work titled Peltier Supercooling with Isosceles Current Pulses: Cooling an Object with Internal Heat Generation. This work was published December 27, 2017
Medical applications of thermoelectrics / Peltier cooling
  Introduction to Thermoelectrics and its current Application to the Medical Field. The following is an invited talk presented by Alfred Piggott, owner and founder of Applied Thermoelectric Solutions LLC.
We are fortunate to be invited to speak at the 232nd Electrochemical Society Meeting (ECS). The meeting will be held October 1-5 2017 in National Harbor, MD. Please join us!  
optimization of pulsed Peltier cooling and heating
The below (at the bottom) downloadable PDF slides were presented at the 2017 ICT (36th International Conference on Thermoelectrics) on August 1st by Alfred Piggott. The talk was well received and
Thermoelectric Module Optimization for Performance
In today’s highly competitive business environment, why settle for a mediocre product when you can have the best product. Applied Thermoelectric Solutions designs solid-state thermoelectric systems and modules. We have
International Conference on Thermoelectrics ICT
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
A solid-state battery thermal management system for a hybrid vehicle
The solid-state battery thermal management system in the below PDF is a sample of our work. This battery thermal management system has many features that set it apart from typical
Thermoelectric simulation of temperature vs. time during a transient thermoelectric pulse with comparison to other models
Below is an example of our published research and development work with transient thermoelectric pulse cooling (also known as Peltier supercooling, thermoelectric supercooling, thermoelectric pulse cooling). We found current pulse height
Thermoelectric Peltier Couple
To understand how heat is transported in a Peltier module, it is necessary to understand the construction of a Peltier module.  A semiconductor couple is the basic building block of