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Please use this conference to post suggestions and comments related to any of the web pages and features of ZT Services Maintained Web sites including

http//www.zts.com
http//www.its.org

We are always looking for ways to improve our services. Unfortunately, we are not always fast about implementing the improvements! But we try.

- Cronin B. Vining
webmaster@zts.com

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Cronin

Your format change is quite attractive. Keep up the good work. I would take the opportunity for comment to note that under "T E Businesses" Thermo Electric Generators, Inc. appears to be defunct, since the link leads one to Technology Enterprise Group of Zelienople PA.

Dan

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NOW THE NEW MODIFICATION OF THE SITE IS LOOK BETTER.
ALOS I FEEL EASY ACCESS TO MY NEEDS IN THIS NEW SITE.

VERY GOOD CHANGE.

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A discussion on TE Applications - current and potential - would be great.

For instance, say I'm seeking to determine why TE isn't more widely used. For example, why not use TE instead of EM to power the fridges in our kitchens? All I've found on this topic is vague statements saying that TE is less efficient for bigger jobs. Why? The tech or the associated economics? A message thread dedicated to exploring TE's applications and potential would be neat. Thanks so much for a great site!!!

Joe Solari
jgjs@prodigy.net

Feel free to contact me direcly via email.

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Not to be outdone by Earthly things, how about what a little or a lot of Alumel/Chromel can be delivering in the way of electrical energy density, being that the thermal energy resource of 650K is essentially free and unlimited.

My research is limited but seriously related to the support of life (NOT as we know it) on a truly toasty hot planet.
http//guthvenus.tripod.com/thermoenergy.htm

Even if we were to send another surface probe, having energy delivered via the existing environment seem a rational consideration. But, what do I know?

Besides lots of mistakes, the idea is real and the opportunity is for real, yet NASA seems to have better things to do, like spending 250 billion dollars upon acquiring frozen microbes from Mars, so there's obviously no concern about moneys, they obviously just print up whatever they need.

Heat Loads

I am interested and finding out how many watts per hour that people produce. How do you figure this amount? Particularly interest in how size of person and activity changes this number. Is there a huge difference between adults and infants? Active and Nonactive? Novice in this field but it relates to my area. Please help!