Influence of heat pipe operating temperature on exhaust heat thermoelectric generation

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Brito, F. P.; Martins, Jorge; Gonçalves, L. M.; Antunes, Nuno; Sousa, Diogo;
  • Publisher: SAE International
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4271/2013-01-0559
  • Subject: Exhaust heat recovery | Thermoelectrics | Heat pipes | Waste heat recovery

Increasingly stringent targets on energy efficiency and emissions, as well as growing vehicle electrification are making attractive the electric recovery of the energy normally wasted through the tailpipe of Internal Combustion Engines. Recent developments in thermoelec... View more
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