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What does T/E stand for?
T/E stands for Thermoelectric
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hereinafter "KELK"), a wholly owned subsidiary based in Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, has launched the Thermoelectric Generation System by Using Waste Heat in the Steelmaking Process, jointly with JFE Steel Corporation (hereinafter "JFE") (President and CEO: Mr.
Plantec) have started full-scale demonstration experiments in power generation based on waste heat, using SDK's thermoelectric conversion modules in a waste incinerator built by Plantec.
The thermoelectric effect or thermoelectricity encompasses three separately identified effects: the Seebeck effect, the Peltier effect and the Thomson effect.
9781558999879 Thermoelectric power generation; proceedings.