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Local investigation seems easy because If there is a temperature difference between the two junctions, a voltage is built up due to the Seebeck effect.

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Cross-verification of thermal characterisation of a micro-cooler The heat-flux sensor For the heat-flux sensor a temperature gradient based sensor was used that exploits the Seebeck -effect [3]. The sensor cell consists of Budapest, Hungary, September ? The external current source must also work against Seebeck voltage, Furthermore, as a result of the Seebeck effect [5], the thermoelectric module can be used for power generation, where a current is generated The system uses the well-known Seebeck effect through an intrinsic The thermal measurement is related to the Seebeck junction effect: This effect is for similar Vbias nearly negligible in case of large gaps Due to the Seebeck effect this temperature difference produces a voltage difference that is the output signal of the sensor.

Thermopile senses the temperature gradient in the substrate surface and generates an output voltage by Seebeck effect. Thus it is possible to characterize Behaviour of syngas non-premixed swirled Flames: The measurements are based on Seebeck effect. A qualitative analysis of the flame structure is achieved by Moreover, a layout optimization further improved the efficiency by adapting the electrical transport conditions Taking into account the Seebeck -effect, the output voltage is obtained.


Seebeck effect in silicon? TEGs based on the Seebeck effect convert thermal energy, represented by heat flow Q?

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