Volume 1: Heat Transfer in Energy Systems; Theory and Fundamental Research; Aerospace Heat Transfer; Gas Turbine Heat Transfer; 2012
DOI: 10.1115/ht2012-58455 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…Thermoelectric generators (TEG) are used on vehicle exhaust pipe for energy recovery. Although the typical temperature for vehicle exhaust can range from 200 to 650 degrees Celsius [3], the intrinsic properties of TEG materials limit the power that could be transferred from heat into electricity. Another kind of device that collects kinetic energy shows more promising results.…”
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“…Thermoelectric generators (TEG) are used on vehicle exhaust pipe for energy recovery. Although the typical temperature for vehicle exhaust can range from 200 to 650 degrees Celsius [3], the intrinsic properties of TEG materials limit the power that could be transferred from heat into electricity. Another kind of device that collects kinetic energy shows more promising results.…”
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“…The exhaust energy can be recovered by using three technologies; (1) organic Rankine cycle (ORC) [12], (2) thermoelectric generator (TEG) [13] and (3) turbocompounding [13][14][15]. The ORC system requires a large space on the engine bay and the TEG materials are expensive [16]. A comparative study between ORC and turbocompounding on a diesel engine by Adwari et al [17] has shown that the energy recovery system has reduced the fuel usage as much as 5% and 8%, respectively.…”
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“…Much effort has been directed at recovering some of this waste heat for conversion to useful energy. 1 One of the most commonly proposed methods for vehicle waste heat recovery (WHR) is the use of a thermoelectric generator (TEG), 2,3 although other techniques have been suggested including thermodynamic power cycles 4 and direct thermal coupling. 5 Thermoelectric (TE) materials offer several advantages that make them particularly attractive for mobile applications including being lightweight, solidstate, and passive.…”
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