Utilização do Efeito Seececk para Captação de Energias Residuais (Use of the Seebeck Effect for Energy Harvesting)

Anderson Luis Oliveira Maran (anderson.maran@aluno.unila.edu.br)1, Nelson Calderon Henao (nelson.henao@aluno.unila.edu.br)1, Eder Andrade Silva (eder.silva@satc.edu.br)2, Lirio Schaeffer (schaefer@ufrgs.br)3, Oswaldo Hideo Ando Junior (oswaldo.junior@unila.edu.br)1


1Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-Americana (UNILA)
2Faculdade SATC
3Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Sept. 2016
Volume: 14,   Issue: 9 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
The article presents the results of research that aims at training and consolidation of knowledge and their use for thermoelectric energy harvesting. Therefore, we present a numerical modeling for design and dimensioning of micro electric power generating sources, from theoretical performance curves of thermoelectric modules and temperature gradients for future applications in industrial processes. The final result appears very attractive, since the developed experimental analysis shows promising results, given that many processes generate energy harvesting and, in addition, the cogeneration of power using thermoelectric modules is totally clean, which prevents the emission of gaseous pollute to the environment.

Index Terms:
Energy Harvesting, Thermoelectricity, Green Energy   


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