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A CRITICAL STUDY OF THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS WITH INTRINSICALLY LOW THERMAL CONDUCTIVITIES

    2 Author(s):  CH.MALLIKARJUNA, DR.RAJIV RANJAN MISHRA

Vol -  8, Issue- 2 ,         Page(s) : 10 - 17  (2018 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/RJSET

Abstract

World energy emergency has activated more consideration regarding energy sparing and energy transformation frameworks with high proficiency. There is a developing mindfulness that Nanoscience and nanotechnology can profoundly affect energy age, transformation, and recuperation. Nanotechnology-based arrangements are being produced for an extensive variety of energy issues, for example, sun based power, hydrogen age and capacity, batteries, power devices, warm siphons and thermo electrics. This paper manages the structure and manufacture of novel, useful materials/designs for energy-related applications this paper incorporates Nano structured thermoelectric (TE) materials for energy change and nano structured metallic surfaces for warmth exchange.

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