Thin Film and Flexible Thermoelectric Generators, Devices and Sensors

Sergey Skipidarov (Redaktør) ; Mikhail Nikitin (Redaktør)

This book presents and facilitates new research and development results with hot topics in the thermoelectric generators (TEGs) field. Topics include: novel thin film; multilayer, composite and nanostructured thermoelectric materials; simulation of phenomena related to thermoelectricity; thermoelectric thin film and multilayer materials manufacturing technologies; measurement techniques for characterization; thermoelectric generators; and the simulation, modeling, design, thermal, and mechanical degradation problems. Les mer
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This book presents and facilitates new research and development results with hot topics in the thermoelectric generators (TEGs) field. Topics include: novel thin film; multilayer, composite and nanostructured thermoelectric materials; simulation of phenomena related to thermoelectricity; thermoelectric thin film and multilayer materials manufacturing technologies; measurement techniques for characterization; thermoelectric generators; and the simulation, modeling, design, thermal, and mechanical degradation problems. This book helps researchers tackle the challenges that still remain in creating cheap and effective TEGs and presents the latest trends and technologies in development and production of advanced thermoelectric generation devices.

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Novel thin film and multilayer thermoelectric materials.- Simulation of phenomena related to thermoelectricity.- Thermoelectric thin film and multilayer materials manufacturing technologies.- Measurement techniques for Characterization thin film and multilayer materials and devices.- Thermolectric generators simulation, modeling, and design.- Thermal and mechanical degradation problems in prospective thin film and multilayer thermoeclectric materials and TEG modules.

Om forfatteren

Dr. Sergey Skipidarov graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology (MIPT) / Department of Physical and Quantum Electronics. He is CEO of RusTec LLC, Moscow, Russia. Dr. Skipidarov is the founder of internationally know brand NORD in thermoelectricity, which is now part of Ferrotec Corp. (Japan). Dr. Skipidarov has more than forty years of successful experience in research, development and production of thermoelectric materials and devices. His work deals with formulation and fabrication methods of thermoelectric materials, manufacturing technologies of thermoelectric materials and devices, and serial production of state-of-the-art thermoelectric cooling and generation modules. Dr. Skipidarov has more than 30 publications, including book chapters, editorship of two books, and 18 patents and certificates on inventions. He is member of International Academy of Refrigeration.

Dr. Mikhail Nikitin graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology (MIPT) / Department of Physical and Quantum Electronics. He is Project Leader of RusTec LLC, Moscow, Russia. Dr. Nikitin has more than forty years of successful experience in photonics, optoelectronics, and semiconductor devices technology. His work deals with simulation, design and manufacturing technologies of solid-state electromagnetic (optical) radiation sensors and thermal radiation convertors and systems. Dr. Nikitin has more than 110 publications, including chapters in three books, editorship of two books, and 11 certificates on inventions.