thermal battery

thermal battery

[′thər·məl ¦bad·ə·rē]
(electricity)
A combination of thermal cells. Also known as fused-electrolyte battery; heat-activated battery.
A voltage source consisting of a number of bimetallic junctions connected to produce a voltage when heated by a flame.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Thermal Battery Brackets
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Rocket mass heaters are a contemporary adaptation to the long-standing technology of masonry stoves where the goal is to heat a thermal battery that slowly releases its warmth rather than attempting to continually heat the air in the room.
I can't help but wonder whether applying force to thermoelements as in the thermal battery configuration--that is, put them under compression-might enhance temperature range and other properties, and make direct conversion useful for applications other than deep space.
Micropelt GmbH has unveiled the TE-Power-Bolt, a voltage-adjustable thermal battery that uses excess heat to generate electrical energy for devices that consume only a few milliwatts of power.
These nanocomposites were used to form varistors, thermal battery electrodes, and magnetic inductors.
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Tenders are invited for Development And Supply Of Launch Activated Thermal Battery