thermoelectric refrigeration

thermoelectric refrigeration

[¦thər·mō·i′lek·trik ri‚frij·ə′rā·shən]
(engineering)
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Solar chillers could be accomplished by using one of the following refrigeration systems: vapor compression, adsorption refrigeration [2], and thermoelectric refrigeration systems.
Solar-driven thermoelectric technologies have two types: the solar-driven thermoelectric refrigeration and the solar-driven thermoelectric power generation [9].
Since the heat transfer coefficient during evaporation is considerably higher than that of sensible heat transfer alone, the COP of the thermoelectric refrigeration system is expected to improve.
A portable beverage container 10.8x7.9x7 in (27x20x18 cm) inside space volume was retrofitted into a thermoelectric refrigeration system.
Increase of COP in the thermoelectric refrigeration by the optimization of heat dissipation.
Enhanced thermoelectric refrigeration system COP through low thermal impedance liquid heat transfer system.
Goldsmid, Thermoelectric Refrigeration, Prenum Press, 1964.
It turns out that the optimal compositions for thermoelectric refrigeration are normally [Bi.sub.0.5][Sb.sub.1.5][Te.sub.3] and [Bi.sub.2][Te.sub.2.7][Se.sub.0.3] for the p-type and n-type, respectively.
Lead telluride (PbTe) is typically used for thermoelectric refrigeration or cooling at higher temperatures, around 500-800 K, than [Bi.sub.2][Te.sub.3] (28), (29), (33-36).
The use of semiconductors in thermoelectric refrigeration. British Journal of Applied Physics 5(11):386.