European Journal of applied science and technology-Novus(Ejast)


ISSN :2785-096X
N.Factor 1.74
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Vol 01, Issue 03, 2021

Paper id: 01000010EJAST    Open Access    

Title: The Virent of Clean Technology: Waste Heat Recovery Using a Thermoelectric Generator (TEG)

Year: 2022  Abstract              Full Paper       [Download]           Page: 4-19

Abstract: The rising demand for energy-efficient technologies has paved the way for significant interest in waste heat recovery studies. This heed is demonstrated by the rapid growth in the rate of publications related to technical articles about sustainable energy systems. The purpose of this study is to understand the basic concepts of thermoelectricity used in a thermoelectric generator and how waste heat from an exhaust system of a vehicle can be recovered through it. The advantages and limitations of such systems are outlined with attention directed towards generating electricity from the recovered waste heat. It would be beneficial not only for the environment but for the industries with high footprints of waste heat as well.

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Paper id: 01000011EJAST    Open Access    

Title: Simulation of Convection-Diffusion transport problem using Finite Volume Method

Year: 2022  Abstract              Full Paper       [Download]           Page: 20-

Abstract: Based on finite volume method, a numerical scheme is constructed to simulate the convection-diffusion transport problem. New expression are obtained for interface approximation of the field variable, subsequently these new
obtained interface approximations are used to develop numerical scheme. This newly proposed numerical scheme gives second order accuracy along space and time. Experiments are carried out to test the new proposed upwind approach. Our obtained numerical results supports and consistent with our theoretical approach.

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