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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 8, August 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Usage Of Solar Oven Heat In Electricity Conduction Using TEG Device

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AUTHOR(S)

Sama Yasser Shaaban, Lobna Mohammed

 

KEYWORDS

Box type solar cooker; convex lens; Seebeck effect; TEG device; Transformer.

 

ABSTRACT

In the last decades, countries were struggling to cope with the available sources of energy to prevent any power shortage problems. This created a peak in the attention toward finding alternatives with the highest efficiency and lowest cost. On behalf of these criterions, this paper was created to help in this challenge relying on solar energy. A project simulates the function of solar panels with a lower cost, easy to implement and available to all classes of society was the addressed one. The project system main component is a Hot box type solar oven that is capable of making temperature change up to 260o C. This heat is then converted to electricity by using a device called “TEG" (thermoelectrical generator), that is connected with another device called “Transformer.” The transformer is used to decrease the voltage in order to make it usable for electrical devices. The final output power based on this system reached 1840 watt with a cost of only 260$.

 

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