thermal cell

thermal cell

[′thər·məl ¦sel]
(electricity)
A reserve cell that is activated by applying heat to melt a solidified electrolyte.
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According to the basic thermal cell model depicted in Figure 12, the approximate internal cell temperature is calculated from the cell surface temperature and the power dissipation.
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Moinard and Guyon (1999) have also shown that determining the overall thermal cell characteristics is also crucial.
A thermal cell actuator is on or adjacent to at least a portion of the article to effect a change in at least one property other than temperature in at least a portion of the absorbent article.
Researchers have made great progress in the understanding and development of sensitized thermal cells (STCs), a kind of battery that can generate electric power at 100 degC or less.
TES systems have thermal cells that absorb 50 to 85 percent of heat, which keeps the environment colder for longer periods of time and reduces the amount of active refrigeration necessary.
The LCBP offered up to pounds 1,200 off the upfront cost of installing money-saving technologies such as solar thermal cells and heat pumps for householders, public sector and not-for-profit organisations.
Take for example the generation of renewable energy from biomass burning, solar thermal cells and integrated wind turbines.
This situation is alleviated in the Cleanfix VP-series fans as the elastomers inside of the thermal cells adjust to flatten the blade angle and maintain only the necessary airflow needed to keep the cooling system operating efficiently.
Under the project, electric buses, produced in collaboration with Bilva Motors, a global consortium, could deliver an 800-kilometre range with a single charge, with the help of BEST's thermal cells. The cell can be customised to be charged in four or eight hours, depending on the source.