The thermo-generator operation is based on Seebeck effect, which was discovered in 1821 and found practical applications in current sources used for researching galvanic processes as well as different electrical processes and effects. The practical application of thermo-generator was developed in the 1950s as self-contained current sources used in districts which lacked centralized electricity supply. Rapid development of thermo-electric energetics began at the time of space exploration. Until then they used radio isotopic thermo-generators in space ships as current sources. At the same time, they were used for electrical supply of cathodic protection of main gas pipeline.
The Thermogenerating battery is intended for converting thermal energy into electricity (via the Seebeck effect). The TB is a finished product and it is used for manufacturing self-contained sources of electrical supply. It is designed using a unique technology of closed circuits from semi-conductive material. The TB electric commutation is provided without using ceramic substrate […]
Thermoelectric Gas Generator The thermoelectric gas generator (TGG) is a power supply of electric energy, which it generates by thermoelectric conversion, based on the Zeebeck phenomenon, at the expense of direct heat conversion, received by fuel combustion,into electric energy. TGG-150 intended for direct current supply of radio-electronic devices, complex, linear telemechanics and automatics, communications and […]