There is a growing demand for smaller and more efficient thermoelectric generators. Emerging research findings on nanostructures reveal a potential for the expansion of commercial applications.Continue reading →
In 1821, German physicist Thomas Seebeck found that two dissimilar metals exposed to varying temperatures will generate an electrical current. This phenomenon has since been referred to as the Seebeck Effect and is the basis for thermoelectric generators.
The following exercise details step-by-step instructions on how to construct a thermoelectric generator from household items.Continue reading →
On May 25th, 2018 Science Advances published a report by MIT physicists Brian Skinner and Liang Fu on a ground-breaking theoretical method that could drastically increase the efficiency of thermoelectric energy.Continue reading →
On June 18th, 2018 President Trump made an announcement that he is directing the Department of Defense to create a new sixth branch of the military that will be called “The Space Force.” The President also gave directives to the Department of Defense to begin modernizing the methods of tracking objects in orbit. The big announcement has great implications for increase in demand for thermoelectric technology in the space industry.Continue reading →
We started this blog as a forum intended to get our work out into the world, to communicate our projects and our successes. For most of the day, we're working heads-down on complex projects, and we rarely have the time to discuss or share with the community around us who can benefit from our discoveries. Our aim is to create an open dialogue in the thermoelectric community: to explain our processes, discuss new techniques and to share our company's wins.Continue reading →