Peltier Supercooling with Isosceles Current Pulses: A Response Surface Perspective
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).
It was found with this research that current pulse height and pulse duration can be optimized to maximize transient cooling.
For transient applications, this means more cooling for the same cost or the same cooling for less cost.
If you are interested in this topic you may also be interested in the transient thermoelectric pulse cooling slides presented at the 2017 ICT (International Conference on Thermoelectrics) or Cooling an Object with Internal Heat Generation.2019.11.11 Pulsed-transient-Isosceles-current-pulses-Thermoelectric-Peltier-Cooler-module-secure
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