Making Cooler/Generator with Thermoelectric Device


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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.
http://www.youtubesmov.com/mov/A7aZmmwhUWY/vid.html?

1 week ago

Your channel is where I first learned about these devices, and your videos also had more details like how the voltage and the temperature affects the performance of these devices. I'm quite surprised that Mehdi didn't give you a shoutout.

4 days ago

@Ro Lo Nikola Tesla
internet it!

5 days ago

@ElectroBOOM http://youtubesmov.com/mov/45nunzkzpwL/vid.html? explain please

6 days ago

Though I'm not an expert, I don't think this explanation quite nails the effect. It describes the Peltier effect as a chemical phenomenon where electrons give energy to a nearby dissociated electron at the junction, whereas it neglects the fact that electrons freely associate and dissociate constantly in a conductor, with varying energy levels, and the electron moving in one conductor never actually has to cross the junction to create a current in the other (how do capacitors work?). I anticipate that, if the Peltier effect really worked as you describe, a thermocouple replacing a capacitor in an R-C circuit would have a "capacitance" as the charge carriers "accumulate" at the junction, waiting for their neighbors to spontaneously give them enough energy to move. Difficult to measure, though, since you'd also have junctions with your measuring device, the source, the resistor, etc.

6 days ago

@Spaghetti Monster what?

1 week ago

It's a 2nd law of thermo. The total entropy of a system cannot decrease over time,its a form of heat transfer.

4 hours ago

“It kinda works like my wife”

4 hours ago

Hey electro boom check this out pls!!, and react to it in your next video http://youtubesmov.com/mov/AJQmOs5CHaS/vid.html?

4 hours ago

His Electricity bill is probably as much as the US National Debt

6 hours ago

Can you explain what this guy is trying to show?
http://youtubesmov.com/mov/slDEWit1LH5/vid.html?

7 hours ago

lets start a petition to have mehdi start a mc lets play and join mc monday

8 hours ago

I always wondered if poop is conductive

8 hours ago

Bms, pwm, mppt, buck boost converter explain sir please education purpose sir

9 hours ago

I m waiting next video please

9 hours ago

This makes me think of the searl generator. Its said to cool itself down cold enough to super conduct. But meh. We all know thermodynamics.

9 hours ago

"oh look one of them is red".... Why is he so surprised xD

11 hours ago

Can you do a video to explain how guitar pedals work?

14 hours ago

Each module draws 12v @ 5a but putting them in series they draw 3a? Can someone help me understand please? I would have assumed that the power supply should provide 36v @ 5a for 3 peltier is series.

16 hours ago

I have always loved your videos and have learned a lot about them over the last few years. As a Comp. and Elect. Engineering student, I love your vids! Keep it up!

18 hours ago

http://youtubesmov.com/mov/kc0DnJGUjW5/vid.html? can you review this video. Hehe thanks 😂😂😂

18 hours ago

3:15 LOL1

21 hours ago

Man, I watched a blooper video on facebook But dude you actually make some awesome stuff. Good on ya.

21 hours ago

Peltier modules are 5% efficient. max
Counter flow heat exchanger is unknown because egg heads WONT tell you they do not know the answer

23 hours ago

Cool device then cool the water and make this a loop

1 day ago

This channel need some support 😉😊😍😍
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1 day ago

Im just checking on your videos from time to time to make sure youre sill alive lol

1 day ago

You're amazing , i want you to check on this please someone generated 220v of electricity through water:http://youtubesmov.com/mov/AJQmOs5CHaS/vid.html?

1 day ago

Electroboom is so funny

1 day ago

You are so funny I always laughing when I watch your videos I also like to play with electricity 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😉

1 day ago

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1 day ago

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1 day ago

You make good videos > Have you always been overdramatic

1 day ago

My god. I'm cringing with lack of safeties.

1 day ago

Does this also happen with AC or is this effect only with DC?

1 day ago