Multipurpose control system for thermal energy scavenging applications

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Publication Type honors thesis
School or College College of Engineering
Department Electrical Engineering
Faculty Mentor Neil Cotter
Creator Avery, Rebecca
Title Multipurpose control system for thermal energy scavenging applications
Date 2018
Description Thermoelectric generators, known as TEGs, can be used to generate electricity from a temperature differential. This project, undertaken by the author and senior project partner Derek Jones, characterizes the SP1848 TEG module and demonstrates its use. Expected output and optimal impedance matching are tested and discussed. When used in a liquid cooling system for a 125W CPU, a sufficient temperature difference is maintained to charge a battery and power a fan through a battery maintenance circuit. This TEG characterization and design methodology can be used to inform other low-power TEG driven projects.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Language eng
Rights Management (c) Rebecca Avery
Format Medium application/pdf
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Date Created 2020-05-14
Date Modified 2020-05-15
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