Making Cooler/Generator with Thermoelectric Device

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  • Published: 12 August 2019
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  • Tech Ingredients
    Tech Ingredients  3 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  2 days 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 days back

      You should be a science teacher

    • sef sory
      sef sory  3 weeks 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  2 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)

  • Pr0f. 8{ St0rM
    Pr0f. 8{ St0rM  10 hours back

    6:35 160mA??? Its set to Voltage... ;-)

    • Jim Aylan
      Jim Aylan  21 hours back

      I wonder what would happen if you stacked them? Since they each do 20 degree difference, it seems like it would pretty cool on the cold side, although I am afraid to think what would happen on the hot side.

      • E.A.C_TV
        E.A.C_TV  1 days back

        0:50 do u run electricity through ur wife?

        • Clement Marsha
          Clement Marsha  1 days back

          i wish i can buy all the sets used for this video

          • Amit Kumar
            Amit Kumar  2 days back

            Use liquid nitrogen as heat sink and see what happen😂😂😂😂

            • Andrew Byi
              Andrew Byi  2 days back

              wait, can you make a superconductor with this?

              • Maximilian Stucke
                Maximilian Stucke  2 days back

                Simplified explanation: On the cool side, electrons are exited to higher energy levels in their orbitals. They then travel to the oder side, where they drop down orbital levels and release their energy as heat. So in that sense, electrons transport heat energy. From that idea, one can easily conduct, that the negative side must be the cold side - as electrons are drawn to the positively charged side and release energy there. In practice, this only really works with semiconductors, as metals have free moving electron clouds, where any order would just quickly disintegrate.

                • Azdine Mesbah
                  Azdine Mesbah  2 days back

                  how about using another module to cool it

                  • Rax Mandel
                    Rax Mandel  2 days back

                    It burn freezes🤣🤣

                    • A d I e M u s PAN
                      A d I e M u s PAN  2 days back

                      Electric can’t kill this guy ! He is also the archenemy

                      • Sulaimaan Chamda
                        Sulaimaan Chamda  2 days back

                        0:55 Ok, electroboomer

                        • Roberto Moreno
                          Roberto Moreno  2 days back

                          I've seen the particle detector video, and one of the best ways of cooling a heat sync with air, it's sucking the air, not blowing it into the heat syncs. Same goes for any liquid, and this DIY project can be more efficient if you make a circuit of cold water like a chiller uses.

                          • LEGEND 333
                            LEGEND 333  2 days back

                            I literally lost my shit when he started talking minecraft I was like BRUH IT'S awesome if he plays minecraft he and mehdi you could also do some gaming on mehditation if you've got any free time may be some MINECRAFT!!!!

                            • todessushi
                              todessushi  3 days back

                              These things are made of doped (n & p) semiconductor junctions, which naturally show a potential difference at the interface. Running a current through them only works when electrons at the junction pick up or give away energy from or to a different source, depending on the current direction. In this case they pick up the energy from the lattice in the form of heat, this cools down the system. Of course this energy does not vanish, the electrons carry it to the next junction which is the other way around, so the electrons give the energy back to the lattice, and the other side of the thermoelectric element heats up.

                              • Rodrigo Fernandez
                                Rodrigo Fernandez  3 days back

                                Chingau hahah 0:17

                                • Endaf Evans
                                  Endaf Evans  3 days back

                                  Could we use these to cool water cooled turbo/supercharger in a car????

                                  • Đark Moyan
                                    Đark Moyan  3 days back

                                    0:50 FBI! open the Door. Feminist wants to know your Location 😂😂🤣🤣

                                    • Isaac Johnson
                                      Isaac Johnson  4 days back

                                      That vacuum scene was golden, couldn't stop laughing.

                                      • Noah MC
                                        Noah MC  4 days back

                                        Can I use this to cool my CPU?

                                        • Chad Lumenarcus
                                          Chad Lumenarcus  4 days back

                                          What would happen if you stacked the thermal generators together? Hot side to cold side?

                                          • 我的青春有個妳
                                            我的青春有個妳  5 days back

                                            不好意思,小弟初學不太懂串聯與並聯,查詢之後不知道是否如下:串聯:a製冷晶片的正極接b,b在接c,最後在接電源端(負極同理)並聯:abc,def,ghi這3組已完成串聯的晶片一起接在電源端(負極也是)

                                            • iEuropa
                                              iEuropa  6 days back

                                              5:35 you can see one of the many awesome property of water in this part: when it freezes, it releases heat and warm up and when it melts, it absorbs heat and cool down. that's why when the weather says that it will be 0°C (32°F) outside, not much happens: because when the water solidifies, it releases the heat that was captured in order to melt. it's a little bit far fetched, but it's similar to a property that allows AC units to move heat (phase change) :)

                                              • TheLastAncient
                                                TheLastAncient  1 weeks back

                                                Actually, thermal compound (in your case thermal paste) isn't a very good heat conductor. All it is designed to do is smooth out both surfaces for optimal contact under mounting pressure and that's what makes it cool better, since it does conduct heat better than air. But using too much thermal compound will have adverse effects on your cooling performance.

                                                • Mohamad Asri Abdul Azid

                                                  Why push air to heat sink? Why not pulling the heat from the heat sink instead?

                                                  • MojangYang YAN0014
                                                    MojangYang YAN0014  1 weeks back

                                                    Me: he is just messing with peltiers, what can go wrong?

                                                    • TheOMAha94
                                                      TheOMAha94  1 weeks back

                                                      Awesome! Try rigging those plates in a row, so that hot side of one is cooled by another and so on. Achieve a huuge temp difference by doing that?

                                                      • chicken moose
                                                        chicken moose  1 weeks back

                                                        I’m starting to think he is tricking us to learn

                                                        • LittleVivi Gaming
                                                          LittleVivi Gaming  1 weeks back

                                                          So this kinda thing couldn’t be applied to a computer to help keep the temperature down sufficiently?

                                                          • Григорий Багдасарян

                                                            Что-то начал сильно переигрывать, идеи кончаются. Раньше с огоньком в самый пиздец!!!

                                                            • 80后狂徒
                                                              80后狂徒  1 weeks back

                                                              In the 1990s, some people used this device to cool down CPU when overclocking.

                                                              • Mike Sharkey
                                                                Mike Sharkey  1 weeks back

                                                                Try turning the fan the other way around.

                                                                • Savino Iacovelli
                                                                  Savino Iacovelli  1 weeks back

                                                                  Devi aumentare gli ampere

                                                                  • Riley Scarcella
                                                                    Riley Scarcella  2 weeks back

                                                                    What if you were to put ice in a bucket which is cooled by the modules, and the air from the cool ice is travelled back down below to the heat syncs using atleast two fans

                                                                    • 蹦太君
                                                                      蹦太君  2 weeks back

                                                                      翻譯很鬧

                                                                      • Blue Flare1
                                                                        Blue Flare1  2 weeks back

                                                                        This video was a great example of solid and liquid states

                                                                        • Mirator Sniper
                                                                          Mirator Sniper  2 weeks back

                                                                          Me Encanta este tipo VIVA MEXICO

                                                                          • I n f i n i t y s t a r

                                                                            I came to just 14 seconds of the video, and he has already suffered an electric shock 😂

                                                                            • Doktor Silva
                                                                              Doktor Silva  2 weeks back

                                                                              Porque você não inverteu ar quente sobe ar gelado desce esta tendo troca de calor nessa parada

                                                                              • DonGiovanni
                                                                                DonGiovanni  2 weeks back

                                                                                When will ElectroBOOM make an RTG like device?

                                                                                • doctorno0070
                                                                                  doctorno0070  2 weeks back

                                                                                  Her feet are at absolute zero. LOL

                                                                                  • Gg Gg
                                                                                    Gg Gg  2 weeks back

                                                                                    *_BOOM 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤_*

                                                                                    • Johnny12476
                                                                                      Johnny12476  2 weeks back

                                                                                      You should try stacking them

                                                                                      • TODOR brassmonger Official ft. cloudance

                                                                                        it's moving free energy.

                                                                                        • Ricky L
                                                                                          Ricky L  2 weeks back

                                                                                          8:04 Song name please

                                                                                          • can inal
                                                                                            can inal  2 weeks back

                                                                                            Perfect

                                                                                            • Bossbd inf
                                                                                              Bossbd inf  2 weeks back

                                                                                              Nooo..no....no...he is not a comedian.....i don't think so....noo...nooo.no

                                                                                              • Anmol Brar
                                                                                                Anmol Brar  2 weeks back

                                                                                                Pour liquid nitrogen on one side and molten metal on other... just dont die