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RSS FeedsThermo-chemical power generation integrated with forced convection cooling
(PHYSorg.com Physics)


29 november 2019 16:30:16

Thermo-chemical power generation integrated with forced convection cooling
(PHYSorg.com Physics)

Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology combine forced convection cooling with thermo-electrochemical energy conversion to create a self-sustaining liquid cooling system. A liquid electrolyte is circulated through a cell to cool a hot object, and the reversible chemical reaction in the cell generates a higher electric power than the hydrodynamic pump work required to drive the liquid through the cell. This technology resolves the longstanding unaddressed issue of the loss of free energy component of the thermal energy.

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