Thermoelectric cooler design
Clifton, William Earle
Kraus, Allan D.
Agrawal, Brij N.
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Thermoelectric Cooler Design is a Microsoft Windows program to be used as an aid in the design of thermoelectric cooler devices. This program was written to be used to quickly model and compare alternative designs. A couple's optimum coefficient of performance and maximum heat pumping can be quickly determined. Other major features of the program include the ability to change material properties and dimensions of couples, analyze cascaded couples, and graph performance parameters. A brief description of thermoelectric cooler theory, modelling assumptions and complete source code listing is included.
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