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Old   March 30, 2012, 05:30
Default Modelling Thermoelectrics in GT Suite
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Hello Everyone,

I am new to using GT suite. I wish to develop models for automotive applications of Thermoelectric devices. Until now, I just wish to model a basic Thermoelectric device as a heat pump. Then I will expand the model to component level applications.

Has anyone any advice for me regarding the use of GT for this purpose? I currently use the basic TEM template in GT and I now wish to model its performance for different material properties and sizes etc. I need to model a heat sink connected to the TEM. Does there exist a template in GT to allow me to do this?

As I pointed out, I am at the very beginning of my experience with GT. Any help and advice would be much appreciated.

Thank you!!
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