Novel high performance small-scale thermoelectric power generation employing regenerative combustion systems

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Weinburg, F. J.; Rowe, David Michael; Min, Gao;
(2002)

Hydrocarbon fuels have specific energy contents some two orders of magnitude greater than any electrical storage device. They therefore proffer an ideal source in the universal quest for compact, lightweight, long-lasting alternatives for batteries to power the ever-pro... View more
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