Thermoelectric Waste Heat Recovery as a Renewable Energy Source

Shaik. Ahmad, K. Shirley


Waste Heat Recovery is actually a mechanism which involves the method of transferring or exchanging the amount of heat of a certain emitted stream with a certain component. Since most of the waste heat is being transferred or released to the environment, so using the amount of energy of that waste heat is practically an economical idea. In this  describes the design of an energy efficient biomass cook stove for developing countries to accomplish the requirement for both, cook stoves itself and electricity generation. For a simple and low cost application of a rural cook stove, commercially available thermo electric modules are tested and the suitable module is determined for selection.

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