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Oxide Thermoelectric Materials


Oxide Thermoelectric Materials

from Basic Principles to Applications
1. Aufl.

von: Yuan-Hua Lin, Jinle Lan, Cewen Nan

115,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-VCH
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 02.07.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9783527807529
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 368

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The first book of its kind?providing comprehensive information on oxide thermoelectrics This timely book explores the latest research results on the physics and materials science of oxide thermoelectrics at all scales. It covers the theory, design and properties of thermoelectric materials as well as fabrication technologies for devices and their applications. Written by three distinguished materials scientists, Oxide Thermoelectric Materials reviews: the fundamentals of electron and phonon transport; modeling of thermoelectric modules and their optimization; synthetic processes, structures, and properties of thermoelectric materials such as Bi2Te3- and skutterudite-based materials and Si-Ge alloys. In addition, the book provides a detailed description of the construction of thermoelectric devices and their applications. -Contains fundamentals and applications of thermoelectric materials and devices, and discusses their near-future perspectives -Introduces new, promising materials and technologies, such as nanostructured materials, perovskites, and composites -Paves the way for increased conversion efficiencies of oxides -Authored by well-known experts in the field of thermoelectrics Oxide Thermoelectric Materials is a well-organized guidebook for graduate students involved in physics, chemistry, or materials science. It is also helpful for researchers who are getting involved in thermoelectric research and development.
PART I. Theories and Fundamentals Chapter 1 Electron Transport Model in Nano Bulk Thermoelectrics 1.1 History of Conducting Oxides 1.2 Structure Characters of Oxides 1.3 Band Structure of Common Oxides 1.4 Electrical Properties 1.5 Model for Oxides Thermoelectric 1.6 Effect of Interface in Electron Transport 1.7 Upper Limits of Power Factors for Oxides Chapter 2 Control Thermal Conductivity of Nano Bulk Materials: All-Scale Phononics Engineering 2.1 Bonding and Lattice Vibration 2.2 Lattice Distortions in Determining the Thermal Properties 2.3 Callaway Model and the Minimum Thermal Properties 2.4 Temperature Relationship in Thermal Properties 2.5 Model for Lattice Thermal Conductivity 2.6 Thermal Resistance in Interface 2.7 Model for Nano Bulk Materials 2.8 Minimum Value for Oxides Chapter 3 Modeling and Optimizing of Thermoelectric Devices 3.1 Efficiency of Thermoelectric Devices 3.2 Model for Thermoelectric Devices 3.3 Optimizing the Efficiency of Devices PART II. Materials Chapter 4 Non-Oxides Materials 4.1 Bismuth Antimony Telluride 4.2 Skutterudite-Based Materials 4.3 Silicon-Based Materials 4.4 Other Alloy Materials Chapter 5 Simple Oxides (ZnO, In2O3 and beyond) 5.1 Introduction for Simple Oxides 5.2 Crystal Structure and Electronic Structure of ZnO and In2O3 5.3 Electrical and Thermal Properties of ZnO and In2O3 5.4 Doping for ZnO and In2O3 5.5 Synthesis and Properties of Nanostructured ZnO and In2O3 Chapter 6 Novel Perovskite Type Oxides (SrTiO3, CaMnO3 and LaCoO3) 6.1 Introduction for Perovskite Type Oxides 6.2 Crystal Structure and Electronic Structure of Perovskite Type Oxides 6.3 Electrical and Thermal Properties of ZnO and In2O3 6.4 A and B Sites Doping for Perovskite Type Oxides 6.5 Double Perovskites 6.6 Synthesis and Properties of Perovskite Type Oxides 6.7 Nanostructure-Property Relationships in Perovskite Type Oxides Chapter 7 Oxide Cobaltates 7.1 Introduction 7.2 NaxCoO2 7.3 Ca3Co4O9 7.4 New concepts for Oxide Cobaltates Chapter 8 Promising Complex Oxides for High Performance 8.1 Crystal Structure-Property Relationships 8.2 History of Complex Superconductors 8.3 Cobaltite Oxides: A Substructure Approach 8.4 Oxyselenides 8.5 Complexity through Disorder in the Unit Cell 8.6 Complex Unit Cells Chapter 9 New Materials and Design 9.1 The quest for simple oxides 9.2 New complex compounds 9.3 Inorganic-organic compound 9.4 Design of composites 9.5 Importance of interface PART III. Devices and Application Chapter 10 Oxide Materials Preparation 10.1 Synthesis Method of Nano-Powder 10.2 Advanced Bulk Technology 10.3 Effect of Sintering Atmosphere Chapter 11 All Oxide Thermoelectric Devices: Fabrication and Measurement 11.1 Fabrication the devices 11.2 Measuring of the devices Chapter 12 Thermoelectric Power Generation System Combing with PV System 12.1 Solar Energy 12.2 Solar Thermoelectric Devices 12.3 Hybrid TE Deviced and PV System Chapter 13 Thin Film Thermoelectric Device and Applications 1.3.1 Fabrication of Thin Film 13.2 Design of Film Device 13.3 Setup Measurement of Thin Film
Yuan-Hua Lin, PhD, is Dean of the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Tsinghua University, China. His research interests are focused on functional oxide-based ceramics and thin films. Jinle Lan, PhD, is Associate Professor of the College of Materials Science and Engineering at Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China. His research focuses on functional oxides and composites for energy conversion and storage. Cewen Nan, PhD, is Professor of the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Tsinghua University, China. His research focuses on functional materials, including multiferroic magnetoelectric materials, thermoelectric oxides, functional polymer-based composites, and solid state electrolytes.
The first book of its kind – providing comprehensive information on oxide thermoelectrics This timely book explores the latest research results on the physics and materials science of oxide thermoelectrics at all scales. It covers the theory, design and properties of thermoelectric materials as well as fabrication technologies for devices and their applications. Written by three distinguished materials scientists, Oxide Thermoelectric Materials reviews: the fundamentals of electron and phonon transport; modeling of thermoelectric modules and their optimization; synthetic processes, structures, and properties of thermoelectric materials such as Bi2Te3- and skutterudite-based materials and Si-Ge alloys. In addition, the book provides a detailed description of the construction of thermoelectric devices and their applications. Contains fundamentals and applications of thermoelectric materials and devices, and discusses their near-future perspectives Introduces new, promising materials and technologies, such as nanostructured materials, perovskites, and composites Paves the way for increased conversion efficiencies of oxides Authored by well-known experts in the field of thermoelectrics Oxide Thermoelectric Materials is a well-organized book for materials scientists, physicists and chemists and for researchers who are getting involved in thermoelectric research and development.

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