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Number: 136/218
Name: Batteries: thermoelectric and photoelectric > Thermoelectric > Including a pilot burner > Having moving fluid (e.g., air, fuel, liquid, etc.) cooling means for cold junction
Description: Apparatus which includes a forced fluid means (gas or liquid) for removing heat from the cold junction of a couple.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8341950 Engine exhaust system having a thermoelectric conversion device and a heat pipe Jan. 1, 2013
8297238 Variable cooling circuit for thermoelectric generator and engine and method of control Oct. 30, 2012
8188359 Thermoelectric generator assembly for field process devices May. 29, 2012
8134066 Electric power generator Mar. 13, 2012
7608777 Thermoelectric power generator with intermediate loop Oct. 27, 2009
7170000 Apparatus having a cooling device Jan. 30, 2007
5554819 Method and apparatus for the thermoelectric generation of electricity Sep. 10, 1996
5393350 Thermoelectric generator and magnetic energy storage unit Feb. 28, 1995
4125122 Direct energy conversion device Nov. 14, 1978
4095998 Thermoelectric voltage generator Jun. 20, 1978











 
 
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