Making Cooler/Generator with Thermoelectric Device

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  • Tech Ingredients
    Tech Ingredients  4 months back

    Nice video! As you requested, I produced a video a few months ago where I go into more depth on the quantum process that generates this cooling and heating effect.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWUhwmmZa7A

    • Mr Bass
      Mr Bass  3 weeks back

      For everyone who still doesn’t get it: here is an easier explanation https://youtu.be/zzGnNkOxdpI

    • Israel Arellano Gonzalez
      Israel Arellano Gonzalez  3 weeks back

      You should be a science teacher

    • sef sory
      sef sory  1 months back

      With great respect to the professor, which appears in this video, but I think that some people resort to the science of the atom when they are unable to explain some of the phenomena invisible because most viewers can not judge their words if it is true or false and The other category of intellectuals call for understanding and when you ask them to apply what they understand standing helpless skill lies in communicating the idea in a material way if the explanation addressed to everyone.
      I repeat my thanks to you and to the Professor as it seems to me.

    • J
      J  3 months back

      I think you can make an automatic surface fridge. If you could find a way to use the cold surface to also create/freeze ice / recycle water in the basin to form ice that then which is automatically and continuously dumped into the heatsink basin to maintain the temperature differential as ready. You could protect the live wires and circuitry and quite possibly* install it* in* your countertop. You may or may not need 50+watts for it. You might be able to find a more heat conductive material that which has better cooling properties as opposed to generally being a good heat conductor*. You could also find a plastic cap, glass*, insulated* / lid that is tall enough to cover a soda can for instance. Just for fun. Or to cool fruit that you've cut you can leave it on your counter and cover it with it running at a variable minimum wattage.

      I hope someone experiments with something like this!

    • ata shojaee
      ata shojaee  3 months back

      @Red Lightning Sky we adress an ideal fridge as a device that absorbs energy from cold reservoir and radiates it to hot reservoir by consuming energy in form of work.
      But in heat engines we grab some of the energy which is transferring between the two reserviors and convert it to work.
      So a good fridge is an awful heat engine and viseversa so if these are a type of fridge then if used as a power generator, its vivid that it would be less efficient(note that these are heat engines too but they move electrons)

  • daniel_crissey
    daniel_crissey  18 hours back

    13:37 You can use one of those PC water cooling systems! AIO or Custom Built.

    • Thomas Atkinson
      Thomas Atkinson  2 days back

      Could someone give me some advice here? I powered one of these with a 12v/2A power supply but it killed the power supply. At first it worked, but after some time the power supply got very hot and it's voltage output dropped by more than half.
      Anyone know why this is, and how to resolve that?

      To note, the hot side was being cooled with a water cooling setup which was very efficiently keeping it nice and cool, so it was working well aside from the fact the power supply died...

      • unknown Knife
        unknown Knife  2 days back

        So many things just gave up on him

        • Simon Paille
          Simon Paille  2 days back

          Here my window of opportunity is made

          • lochinvar00465
            lochinvar00465  3 days back

            how about stacking the modules? how cold can you get?

            • Sanjeev Kumar
              Sanjeev Kumar  3 days back

              9:34 That looks like a...TURBOFAN...

              • Przemyslaw Kroliszewski

                How it works on atomic / quantum level?
                I can imagine situation as follow. The flat surface with current connected to opposite sides of the surface causes the flow of electrons. But due to the shape of the surface, the electrons create circular current movement - as in the coil. This circular movement also causes the magnetic field to "move" as in the coli perpendicular to the axis of the circular current. But what is different, that in the coil you don't have any obstacle on the way of the magnetic field (the interior of the coil is empty). Here you have the surface which is affected by magnetic field.
                Here are only my imagination further: the magnetic field slows down the frequency of the electromagnetic radiation of the surface (cooling) on one side and speeds up the frequency of radiation on the other side (heating). I can imagine this as an item positioned in the wind - it will get cooler faster because the "wind" is taking the energy from the obstacle. In case of your experiment, the "wind" is the magnetic field. And the energy is given back on the opposite (heating) side of the obstacle.


                Probably this could be proven experimentally by placing the same shape in the middle of the coil. If it cools down and heats up then this is the case.

                Please let me know what you think about it :)

                • OfficialRavi 47
                  OfficialRavi 47  4 days back

                  pls tell us how to make this at home

                  • Joey Jennings
                    Joey Jennings  5 days back

                    squirrel cage blower fan would give better evenflow. or mouse cage🐀? why squirrel ? could be chipmonk cage

                    • Tucker Kennedy
                      Tucker Kennedy  6 days back

                      Should insulate my roof with these. Put some Solar panels on top and i could power my house

                      • Caden Johnson
                        Caden Johnson  6 days back

                        If you didn't have a power supply would you buy my kit for $85 and you will have to make the holes for the electronics and soder it together or premade for $100 480w output at 0 to 32 volts 0 to 15 amp

                        • Megaton
                          Megaton  6 days back

                          I challenge you to develop a stirling engine that makes enough electricity to power something without using a fuel source. 😁

                          • Gusstavv's Stuff
                            Gusstavv's Stuff  7 days back

                            Now GreatScott has joined in the Thermoelectric generator trend

                            • Jerzy Radzewicz
                              Jerzy Radzewicz  1 weeks back

                              Omg this thing is very inefficient, over half of the power is turned into heat and the rest is a bit freezing. Okay I'm only kidding, so if you're in cold space the freezing side is probably very cold

                              • Antonios Panayiotou
                                Antonios Panayiotou  1 weeks back

                                They're using this stuff to condense water from air...

                                • WLS Salty
                                  WLS Salty  1 weeks back

                                  Put dry ice for the water

                                  • Kyle Norton
                                    Kyle Norton  1 weeks back

                                    Thanks man I was wondering how electrical coolers works

                                    • Jason & Max
                                      Jason & Max  1 weeks back

                                      An expert in electricity who still tends to shock himself is now going to be using power tools. This will definitely be interesting.🤔

                                      • Elmer Adams
                                        Elmer Adams  1 weeks back

                                        What if you stacked them would one side get super hot and the other super cold?

                                        • Chozey
                                          Chozey  1 weeks back

                                          7:11 Tha F**K!?

                                          • AsunderPenny
                                            AsunderPenny  1 weeks back

                                            Piece Of Shit 10:58

                                            • A.J. Hoff
                                              A.J. Hoff  1 weeks back

                                              https://youtu.be/7O3FlujxXCw please check out this video. It seem like it needs rectified. It's about thermoelectric generator

                                              • Gerhard Lawerenz
                                                Gerhard Lawerenz  1 weeks back

                                                Make a solenoid engine

                                                • Tyler Lindsay
                                                  Tyler Lindsay  1 weeks back

                                                  Such professional, much interactive. 3:28

                                                  • Ricardo Pesenti
                                                    Ricardo Pesenti  2 weeks back

                                                    Peltier elements are great if a compressor is too big. For any other usecase they are useless and just use a bunch of current for no benefit or even worse results.

                                                    • HDMI
                                                      HDMI  2 weeks back

                                                      that cooler would work great for i9 9900ks

                                                      • Dimas Rianto
                                                        Dimas Rianto  2 weeks back

                                                        13:36 Wait, if you already have ice for the heatsink, why do you need a fridge?

                                                        • Nathan Reeder
                                                          Nathan Reeder  2 weeks back

                                                          as a carpenter i'd really wish you'd use a bench

                                                          • tweakmaster2k10
                                                            tweakmaster2k10  2 weeks back

                                                            I wonder where you are from having stroopwafels from the netherlands :)

                                                            • PythonC
                                                              PythonC  2 weeks back

                                                              Thanks to your awesome videos I failed my exam for watching you too much.

                                                              • هيرو براين HEROBRINE

                                                                أنت عالم ذكي صدقني لقد نجحت في مادة الفيزياء بفضلك شكرا لك استمر

                                                                • SuperSilver301
                                                                  SuperSilver301  2 weeks back

                                                                  “Safety is the no.1 priority”
                                                                  Mehdi: Hold my electron

                                                                  • Asriel Dashie
                                                                    Asriel Dashie  2 weeks back

                                                                    3:14 me during exam

                                                                    • [ Dude ]
                                                                      [ Dude ]  2 weeks back

                                                                      Just for the case you love to have a cold beer handy and don't know what to do with
                                                                      the load of peltier elements or "how to waste 4kW scientifically successful":
                                                                      http://web.mit.edu/imoyer/www/portfolio/absolutzero/index.html#peltierasm

                                                                      • -CFW. Magic-
                                                                        -CFW. Magic-  2 weeks back

                                                                        why do you do things the most dangerous way possible?

                                                                        • WhySo Minecraft
                                                                          WhySo Minecraft  2 weeks back

                                                                          Lol

                                                                          • Jace Baltazar
                                                                            Jace Baltazar  2 weeks back

                                                                            Its just like a seesaw of energies thats why one side heats and the other cools

                                                                            • leeloo levay
                                                                              leeloo levay  3 weeks back

                                                                              Hello i was wondering the opposite. can you incorrectly wire it so the wires heat up then wrapped it in a substance gel that stays warm. While the peltier devic, instead of housed in heatsinks the peltier device warms up a jacketif the jacket is filled with oobleck and its vaccumed sealled when it heats up it will expand and make a poofy parka.....I dont know if it would be bullet proof. i was wondering just the peltier device alteranting power to different thermocouplers so some heat the cold ones while messing with the natural output.So heat side touching cold side. and some small fan to blow heat in the jacket. im sure this makes no sense but im sure your talking to kids so you will understand my child like jibberish.

                                                                              • Ed Soderlind
                                                                                Ed Soderlind  3 weeks back

                                                                                thank you professor

                                                                                • F
                                                                                  F  3 weeks back

                                                                                  Electrons conduct heat by friction between the individual electrons. So if one side heats up the electrons conduct the heat away

                                                                                  • UkeMasterDewey
                                                                                    UkeMasterDewey  3 weeks back

                                                                                    Why not make another one and stack one on top of the other? If you allow the one on the bottom to cool the heatsinks of the one on the top, won’t that make the top surface supercool?

                                                                                    • salam swaid
                                                                                      salam swaid  3 weeks back

                                                                                      0:50 Im 100% the same as your wife...

                                                                                      • alto
                                                                                        alto  3 weeks back

                                                                                        so if i wanted to cool something that normally i can only cool to 30c with water cooling. then i could use this, cool it to 30c and use the temperature difference to get the temperature lower?

                                                                                        • melkor beleger
                                                                                          melkor beleger  3 weeks back

                                                                                          if i were to guess i'd say the gathering of energy on one side means a depletion of energy of energy on the other side , and since all cooling is is the depletion of energy ,well you get the idea.

                                                                                          • mr good feel be sup
                                                                                            mr good feel be sup  3 weeks back

                                                                                            Minecraft

                                                                                            • Tyler Michna
                                                                                              Tyler Michna  3 weeks back

                                                                                              what link did you use to get it?

                                                                                              • blueckaym
                                                                                                blueckaym  3 weeks back

                                                                                                Nice video!
                                                                                                I'm currently researching the better options for a heat-engine to use Concentrated Solar Power (from a mirror dish) and generate electricity, and I stumbled on these devices.
                                                                                                Quickly found that they're really inefficient so I dropped it (currently looking how to optimize a Stirling engine).
                                                                                                But the idea still got nested somewhere in my brain I guess ... if efficient no-moving-parts components can do the job they have the potential to be better than mechanical devices ... if only :)
                                                                                                So I wonder does anyone know what are the main factors for these thermo-electric devices inefficiency?