Special Issue "Advances in Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting and Power Generation"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 November 2020.
Interests: nanoscale transport phenomena; nanoscale materials characterization & instrumentation; renewable/sustainable energy system design; waste heat recovery; thermoelectrics; water purification; building energy saving; cyber-physical systems
This Special Issue of Energies titled “Advances in Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting and Power Generation” calls for papers that investigate innovative ideas and research progress in thermoelectric system integration for the purpose of power generation. The recent advancement in thermoelectric materials has intrigued many researchers and scientists from various sectors in sustainable environmentally friendly energy conversion between heat and electricity. While research progress in material development has enhanced the power generation potential and provided physical insights in energy transport phenomena, system integration approaches have revealed many technical challenges that have not been as well publicized as fundamental issues in thermoelectric material research. As such, improved thermoelectric properties have not ensured equivalent enhancement in actual power generation under practical operation conditions. It is our hope that this Special Issue can bridge the gap between the two different approaches and thereby have a synergistic effect on both material development and system integration.
The topics of interest of this Special Issue include, but are not limited to: system analysis and optimization; module design; power conditioning circuits; heat management; contact materials; application design and integration; material advancement. We will greatly appreciate your interest in publishing your research outcomes or review articles. This special edition will serve the community as a primary reference, providing a meaningful collection of research highlights in thermoelectric energy harvesting.
Prof. Dr. Hohyun Lee
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Maximum Efficiency/Power Generation Conditions
- Load Matching
- Module Geometry
- Number of Pairs
- Boost Converter
- Step-up Voltage Converter
- Heat Sink
- Thermal Resistance
- Heat Spreader
- Sensor Network
- Waste Heat Recovery
- Topping Cycle
- Figure of Merit
- Bismuth Telluride
The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
2. Prof. Kim, Woochul [email protected] Yonsei Univ, Mechanical Engineering
3. Prof. Hohyun Lee [email protected] Department of Mechanical Engineering, Santa Clara University