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These thermal and electric behavior of thermoelectric powders were mixed in the stoichiometric ratio of generators. This model solves the nonlinear system Bi0. At high porosities exceeding ratio of in weight.
In order to analyze the microscope SEM Philips XL30 SEM operating sample while forming a mechanically alloyed com- at 25 kV to identify the formed phases and micro- pound MAC , a small amount of powder was taken graph of the particles. For the DTA test, the performed with a step size of 0.
Exact Solution of a Constraint Optimization Problem for the Thermoelectric Figure of Merit
MAC powder for- mation at a stoichiometric ratio of Bi0. The ratio of The densities of NaCl and planetary ball mill with a stainless steel cup for 20 Bi0. Ball milling was performed in a stainless steel rmann and Fietzek, ; Lide, , respectively. Not only can one change the ratio of balls to powder weights is The replica material NaCl Reddy et al.
Mixed powder was charged and obtain a pure TF.
An Archimedes test was car- into a hot-press mold high-speed steel with a di- ried out for a predetermined foam relative density. Quasi-static uniaxial compression was foam. So, the against compression and any applied heat in the force direction longitudinal direction was intro- presence of NaCl to bind particles allows us to duced along a 10 mm length on all samples within a work with a hot-pressing system.
The pressure and displacement-controlled hydraulic load frame. All content in the mould are manipulated such that they tests were carried out in longitudinal and transverse make it possible to achieve solidly packed samples. Longitudinal and transverse directions refer to all those directions that are parallel and 4.
Compression was repeated that has been displayed after 10 and 15 h of mill- for several times at either temperature to reach a ing is shown. At 15 h, formation of the compound high degree of compact. This procedure stops foam was entirely observed. The morphology of the decomposition while removing salt from the foam. Figure 2 b shows the prevents us from checking time effects. The dense structure of the surface can be observed in the image.
At this stage, the samples were examined with ends of the TE element.
The net voltage appears an XRD diffractometer. The Seebeck voltage was directly comparison. Figure 3 b shows XRD spectra from measured on the foam, as expressed by Petrov mechanical alloyed compounds within a range of Generally, the Seebeck coefficient increas- times. Figure 3 c shows XRD patterns taken from es with the temperature increment because of com- crystallized NaCl; a TM sample that was boiled pound saturation, pressing direction, and impuri- in water for 2 h to extract NaCl pure TM foam ; ties.
However, this is not always true Scherrer and and raw foam that indicated some peaks for TM Scherrer, The electrical conductivity was and NaCl crystals are superimposed, screened up, examined by a method that has been recommended broadened, and shifted in position.
The observed by Kavei and Karami Thermal conductiv- peaks did not match very well with NaCl or the ity was defined by measuring some parameters and Bi0. This may be due to x-ray tentatively evaluated similarly to the approach of scattering by nano-sized particles of the foam. The Kavei et al. Since there were large amounts TM p-type thermo spectrum was recorded from of pores and voids on the surfaces, the electrical a surface in the transverse direction; the existence contacts for the foam were made by coating silver of some NaCl in the spectrum is evident, although paint up to 2 mm length on both ends.
Table 2 sum- this was not identified by SEM. Comparison of the electric leg is demonstrated in the simple charac- results with the hot-pressed thermoelectric proper- terization of the foam.
The theory is based on the ties may be informative concerning the variations assumption that if a thermoelectric TE element of transport parameters Kavei, Once the pairs are recombined, heat shall be conducted to- The geometrical effective thermal conductivity of ward the cold end. All peaks were indexed for the Bi0. Some peaks for TM and NaCl crystals are superimposed and screened up, broadened, and with shifted positions.
The basic idea of the finite-element As pointed out by Goldsmid , Fig. The pores are assumed to be uniform and elements, such that the governing differential equa- cubes of edge length l are separated by width 2w.
The single element solutions are then ed by a wall of thickness w. Nevertheless, in an using given boundary conditions.
The assembly actual foam the pores will be quite different from process uses appropriate balance equations at the those in an assumed model but the effect on the nodes, which are used to define the elements and transport properties likely are valid. According to Fiedler et al. This requires a very high vacuum 1 Breitz and Grote, is, typically, several or- while the inter-connection between the pores as- ders of magnitudes smaller than the cell wall mate- sists in allowing the vacuum or any filling gas to rial [e.
A highly porous substance is mostly desired if it is introduced into synthetic transverse ther- moelements. Porosity may also be found advanta- geous in conventional longitudinal thermoelectric modules, although a high thermal flux density creates problems.
However, any heat transfer through the pores can degrade the thermoelectric figure of merit. The amount of this degradation may be calculated and it is small enough to be accepted in practical devices.
Generally speaking, performance of a thermoelectric energy convert- er is expressed by the following relation Ioffe, FIG. Thermoelectric foams are also The effective thermal conductivity is the local of interest in replacing bulk thermoelectric elements volume-averaged thermal conductivity used for the in conventional module designs and, in particu- fluid-filled matrices along with the assumption of lar, in extracting waste heat for power generation. The effective thermal conductivity is not heat extraction compared to that of bulk materi- only a function of porosity and the effective thermal als.
The high efficiency thermoelectric material, conductivity of each phase, but it is very sensitive Bi0. Since ther- as a replica of closed foams to fabricate thermoelec- mal conductivity of the gas in the pores in compari- tric generator foam of optimum quality.
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Stoican , and John G. Select Format: Stiewe, D. In addition to mechanical properties, elec- 2. Raw materials were prepared by mechanical alloying and the formations were characterized by differential temperature analysis, x-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy systems, and particle size classifications of the powders. Kavei E-mail: g-kavei merc. All content in the mould are manipulated such that they tests were carried out in longitudinal and transverse make it possible to achieve solidly packed samples.
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