The Effects of Speed and Flow Rate on Power in Thermoelectric Generators

Abdullah Cem Agacayak, Hakan Terzioğlu, Hasan Cimen, Suleyman Neseli, Gokhan Yalcin
  • Abdullah Cem Agacayak
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  • Hasan Cimen
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  • Suleyman Neseli
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  • Gokhan Yalcin
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Abstract

Jeotermal enerji dünyadan bu yana var olan bir tür temiz enerjidir. Her geçen yıl yeni jeotermal alanlar keşfedildi ve kullanım alanları hızla artıyor. Enerji maliyetlerinde yükselme eğilimi gösterdiğimiz günümüzde; jeotermal enerji alternatif bir kaynak olarak önem kazanmaktadır. Bu nedenle, bu çalışmada, yenilenebilir enerji kaynaklarından biri olan jeotermal enerjiyi doğrudan elektrik enerjisine dönüştüren ve sistemin icrasını sağlayan termoelektrik jeneratör tasarımı yapılmıştır. Sistemde, enerji geçişinde piyasalarda kolayca elde edilebilen termoelektrik yarı iletkenlerden oluşan iki farklı TEC1-12706 ve TEC1-12710 termoelektrik modül kullanılmaktadır. Gerçekleştirilen deneysel çalışmalarda, termal elektrik jeneratörlerinin 3 farklı basınçta ve 3 farklı akış oranında sıcak ve soğuk suda ürettikleri güç değerleri karşılaştırılmıştır. Sonuç olarak, suyun hızının ve akış hızının, termoelektrik jeneratörlerin ürettiği güç üzerinde etkili olduğu görülmektedir.

Keywords

Electricity Generation; Renewable Energy; Thermoelectric Generator; Thermoelectric Modul; Termal Performance

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