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

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Model Thermoelectric Generator (TEG) Small Modular As Micro Electricity Plant At Indonesia Part 1: Design And Material

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Kisman M. Mahmud, Sri Anastasia Yudistirani, Anwar Ilmar Ramadhan



Thermoelectric generators, TEG Material, Thermoelectric Cooling, Semiconductor, Micro electric plant



Thermoelectrically Generator (TEG) can generate electricity from the temperature difference between hot and cold, at the junction thermoelectric module with two different semiconductor materials, there will be a flow of current through the junction so as to produce a voltage. This principle uses the Seebeck effect thermoelectric generator as a base. By using these principles, this study was conducted to determine the potential of the electric energy of the two Peltier modules which would be an alternative source for micro electricity plant using heat from methylated. The focus of this research is to design a model TEG (Thermoelectric Generator) Small Modular to produce the kind of material that is optimum for a TEG on the simulation Computer Aided Design (CAD) with a variety of four different materials that Bi2Te3 (Bismuth Telluride), PbTe-BiTe, CMO-32 -62S Cascade and CMO-32-62S [Calcium Manganese Oxide], to its cold side using the heat sink fan and simulating heat aluminum plate attached to the hot side of the TEG modules with heat source of methylated. Model simulation results on TEG Small Modular micro electrical plant material obtained CMO-32-62S Cascade thermal material that has a value greater than 3 other material.



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