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Seebeck Voltage Calculation

  1. Apr 19, 2009 #1
    I need the Seebeck calculation explained to me:

    If I have 1000 degC at one junction and 3 degC at the other, how much electricity will this generate?

    The Seebeck Coefficients of various materials are listed at the end of this page (Pick two that will work to deliver the most power):

    http://www.efunda.com/designstandards/sensors/thermocouples/thmcple_theory.cfm

    The equation and extra information is there too. I just need some help from somebody who can guide me on how to use this equation.

    Thank you
     
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