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Percy S. et al. Thermal Energy Harvesting for Application at MEMS Scale

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Percy S. et al. Thermal Energy Harvesting for Application at MEMS Scale
Steven Percy, Chris Knight, Scott McGarry, Alex Post, Tim Moore, Kate Cavanagh. — Springer New York Heidelberg Dordrecht London, 2014. VIII, 71 p. 34 illus., 28 illus. in color. — ISBN 978-1-4614-9214-6, ISBN 978-1-4614-9215-3 (eBook), DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-9215-3 — (SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering).
This book discusses the history of thermal heat generators and focuses on the potential for these processes using micro-electrical mechanical systems (MEMS) technology for this application. The main focus is on the capture of waste thermal energy for example from industrial processes, transport systems or the human body to generate useable electrical power. A wide range of technologies is discussed, including external combustion heat cycles at MEMS ( Brayton, Stirling and Rankine), Thermoacoustic, Shape Memory Alloys (SMAs), Multiferroics, Thermionics, Pyroelectric, Seebeck, Alkali Metal Thermal, Hydride Heat Engine, Johnson Thermo Electrochemical Converters, and the Johnson Electric Heat Pipe.
Content Level » Research
Keywords » Energy Harvesting - MEMS Energy Conversion - Thermal to Electrical Energy Converters - Thermal to Mechanical Energy Converters - Waste Heat Capture
Related subjects » Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Finance & Banking - Industrial Organization - Policy, Economics, Management & Transport
Contents
An Introduction to Waste Heat Capture and MEMS
Waste Heat and Waste Heat Resources
Approaches to Waste Thermal Energy Harvesting
MEMS Technology for Thermal Energy Harvesting
Macro and Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
References
Established Thermomechanical Heat Engine Cycles
The Stirling Cycle
Theoretical Stirling Cycle
Practical Macro Stirling Engines
MEMS Stirling Engines
The Brayton Cycle
Theoretical Brayton Cycle
Practical Macro Brayton Engines
MEMS Brayton Engines
Rankine Cycle and Other Vapor Cycles
Theoretical Rankine Cycle
Practical Macro Rankine Engines
MEMS Vapor Cycle Engines
The Ericsson Cycle
Theoretical Ericsson Cycle
Practical Ericsson Engines
MEMS Ericsson Engines
References
Other Thermomechanical Heat Engines
Thermoacoustic Heat Engines
Thermoacoustic Travelling Wave Heat Engines
Thermoacoustic Standing Wave Heat Engines
Thermoacoustic Heat Engines at MEMS Scale
Shape Memory Alloy Heat Engines
Shape Memory Alloy Heat Engine at MEMS Scale
Thermomagnetic Generators
Potential of Thermomagnetic Generators at MEMS Scale
Hydride Heat Engine
Potential of Hydride Heat Engines at MEMS Scale
References
Mechanical to Electrical Conversion
Electromagnetic Generators
Piezoelectric Generators
Electrostatic Transducers
Reverse Electro-Wetting Generators
References
Thermal to Electrical Energy Converters
Thermionic Generators
Potential of Thermionic Generators at MEMS Scale
Pyroelectric Generators
Pyroelectric Cycles
Performance of Pyroelectric Energy Generators
Seebeck Thermoelectric Generators
Applications of Seebeck Devices
Alkali Metal Thermal-to-Electric Converters
Potential of AMTEC at MEMS Scale
Johnson Electro Mechanical Systems
Johnson Thermo Electrochemical Converter System
Johnson Electrochemical Heat Pipe
Potential of JTEC and JEHP at MEMS Scale
Infrared Photovoltaic Harvesters
Multi-junction PV
Quantum-Dot PV
Organic Solar Cells
Energy Harvesting Applications
References
Index
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