cybot63: I had this idea about 3 years ago but my way of doing it was to let the stoves actions heat and cool the peltier device with out using any electricity so it would be self contained by using the stove pipe as the heat source and the air draft coming in from out side as the cooling source by making a triple wall pipe for cold air to travel through before it goes in the stove to feed the fire. just a idea I had that I put on someone else's comments that was using the peltier modules when they where trying to find ideas for them to be used for about 3 years ago but I never explained how I would do it. But it is nice to see that some people are trying the idea out.
Ivan Cerovec: a bit silly, but stoves like that produce more heat in the exhaust than on the casing,. why dont you make an exhaust that has copper pipes in it and then use that heat to heat up the peltiers..
UofA RoadHogs: Cat got your tongue? Would have been nice if you told us about this setup.
Harmen: How much does it cost? What temperatures are needed for 50 watts? How much heat does it transport? Thanks, really interesting!
RA4FOC: Красиво конечно, но очень низкий КПД.
Randy S (Rogue Red Dragon): Using wood for heat and electricity for those dark winter night's when theres no sun or wind
Zvonko “Zvonimir” Mokricky: Very good generator. pred 40 leti sem že bral v neki znanstveni reviji da zaradi temperaturnih sprememb med dvema različnima materijaloma pride do elekticiteta.
Product Of Truth: does enough amps come from it t make hho? that would be cool,,has anyone ever tried it?
Sam De La Haye: Using wood for heat and electricity for those dark winter night's when theres no sun or wind
Allen Cox: i thought a volt and amp meter would be nice.
Michael Simon: Perhaps some narration would be helpful?
Robert Sawtelle: I just saw another video of a commercially available thermoelectric stove top generator, which lead me to this vid. I would love to hear more and more info with links would be nice, not all of us have degrees in EE or ME with experience in thermodynamics!
Konstantin Didenko: Как пример обратимого генератора. Пельтье
MrBugsier5: Not efficient at all, using 5000 watts to create max 50 watts, a sterling generator will perform a lot better than this.
gizmoguyar: It depends how you define efficiency. From the newtonian physics point of view, sterling engines are extremely efficient. Or at least they can be. But they're much larger per unit of energy output than other forms of energy production. I guess that's why we son't see them in commercial use.
jbiasutti: Condenser on the back of the fridge throws out the waste heat. But that is just semantics.
gizmoguyar: That's true. But they *are* incredibly inefficient. I personally like the idea of steam turbines or sterling engines.
Joe Keller: did you not see the radiator?, that is what disapates the heat.
BoobTubeBob: geeeez , what are u , the moron rooster sucker troll of the energy videos ?
"what the F did I just saw "
hey asshole , what do ya need here a manual and 2 year instruction course .
ok, yor mommy's coming to change yor diaper , u can quit crying so much .
Very first Made in The USA Thermoelectric Wood Stove Generator5
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