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Scientists at Midwest Research Institute lead the country's research efforts in developing cooling devicesemploying thermoelectric technology.
The mission of TMS is to promote the global science and engineering professions concerned with minerals, metals, and materials.
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Scientific & Production Firm "MODUL" is a manufacturer of high quality thermoelectric cooling modules (TECs) and thermoelectric semiconductor materials.
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An official publication of NASA, A unique, powerful tool for engineers, managers, and scientists, the largest U.S.-circulation engineering magazine
This website is intended for those interested in learning more about thermoelectrics, both as an introduction to the field as well as containing detailed reports of the recent developments at JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)/Caltech (California Institute of Technology) in thermoelectric physics, materials and devices, science and technology.
Our mission is to utilize advanced thermoelectric materials and engineer efficient thermal to electric energy conversion devices/systems.
International weekly journal of science
Thermoelectric transport in confined and inhomogeneous systems is being investigated heoretically in a program directed at obtaining more efficient materials for applications in cooling and heat generation.
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We supply a full line of standard TE modules, custom-made modules, power-generating modules, TE Assemblies, heat sinks and custom-made TE accessories. High quality, competetive pricing, and flexible supply chain are our high marks
NIST reference functions and tables of thermocouple electromotive force (emf) versus temperature have been adopted as standards by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)  and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) . All letter-designated thermocouple types are manufactured to match these standards to within specified tolerances. Furthermore, calibrations of individual thermocouples are often expressed in terms of the deviation in emf of the test thermocouple from the emf value given by the reference function.
This database reproduces a subset of the tables and reference functions of NIST Monograph 175, "Temperature Electromotive Force Reference Functions and Tables for the Letter-Designated Thermocouple Types Based on the ITS-90" , by G. W. Burns, M. G. Kaeser (formerly Scroger), G. F. Strouse, M. C. Croarkin, and W. F. Guthrie. All temperatures used by this database are given on the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90) , and all emf values are given in units of the 1990 SI volt . Details of the ITS-90 are given in Appendix A .
Our high purity metals business is focused on materials fordemanding applications such as production of thermoelectric devices.
The need for electrical energy in Space is obvious. Currently, levels of 100-500 watts are needed for small satellites while human presence will require 10's of kWe and Lunar (or Mars) bases will require 1-2 MWe.
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Thermocouple reference data, polynomials, physical properties, and more. Important reference site.
Elaboration and production of thermoelectrical cooling modules (Peltier). [This site is in Russian, but module specifications are in English].
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