Free energy in your home
The simplest thermal power plant is free energy that can be obtained from you at home. This mini power plant uses the heat of your central heating system. Why free? - Because all the heat remains in your home and is not lost anywhere. Generate energy will be the well-known Peltier element, which is not difficult to get in our time.First, let's measure the temperature of the central heating pipe. Its temperature is 60, which is enough to generate electricity.I put together this construction:The radiator, then comes the attachment to the battery, and between them the Peltier thermoelectric module. This is necessary for the battery to heat one side of the module, and the radiator with free convection cooled the second side. As a result of the temperature difference, the Peltier element will begin to generate electricity. And the more the temperature difference between its sides, the more voltage will be at the output. The more the temperature difference between its sides, the greater the voltage will be at the output. "https://sdelaysam-svoimirukami.ru/uploads/posts/2017-09/medium/1506074286_3.jpg" style="max-width: 100%;" alt="The simplest thermal power plant is free energy">First, of course, fasten it to the radiator, and then only to the battery. For better heat transfer, lubricate the two surfaces touched by the module with thermally conductive paste. The mount has a rectangular shape and the tube is round.To ensure good heat transfer, we will make a kind of gasket from foil, which will take the form of both sides. We fill the foil very tightly.
What do you need for energy?- Heating pipe with a temperature of 50 degrees. - Fastening on the pipe - made by myself from various trash. - Aluminum foil. - Peltier element - aliexpress - USB boost converter - aliexpress - Radiator - aliexpress - Load - LED flashlight - aliexpress
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