RANCANG BANGUN SISTEM PEMANFAATAN PANAS BUANG PADA KOMPOR PORTABEL MENGGUNAKAN THERMOELECTRIC GENERATOR

Authors

  • Chairul Hudaya Universitas Teknologi Sumbawa

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36761/jt.v5i1.1002

Keywords:

Thermoelectric Generator (TEG), Kompor Portabel

Abstract

The world's population continues to grow, causing energy needs to increase rapidly.
In fact, not all regions have a special supply of electrical energy
areas that are located in remote and difficult to access places. Besides the depletion of reserves
fossil fuels as the main source of electricity generation and effects
bad pollution also encourages the change of energy sources into new energy
renewable (EBT). The purpose of this research is to design a solution for
overcome both of these by using the exhaust heat utilization system
(waste-heat recovery) in domestic combustion, especially portable stoves.
Thermoelectric generator (TEG) is the right choice because it has several
advantages needed such as simple conversion process, reliability
high, and ease of application. The research will discuss the design of the tool
waste-heat recovery on portable stoves mechanically and electrically. Design
carried out on 2 different types of TEG modules, namely TEP1-1264-3.4 and SP1848-
27145. The proposed tool has an estimated output power of about 9.24 W for the module
TEP1-1264-3.4 and 9.0048 W for SP1848-27145 module using 8
a TEG module with an approximate temperature difference of 60 ? and a cooling system
water based. Thus the TEP1-1264-3.4 module generates more power
higher than SP1848-27145 module and the series configuration is rated better because of this
have no problem when experiencing voltage differences between modules. Design
mechanical build that is made to have 2 separate frame parts for convenience
circuit maintenance.

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Published

2021-02-21

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