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TEDTechnology, Education, Design
TEDTechnology Education
TEDText Editor
TEDTeacher Education Department (various universities)
TEDTenders Electronic Daily (European Union Journal)
TEDTransferência Eletrônica Disponível (Portuguese: Electronic Funds Transfer; Brazil)
TEDTechnical Education Department (various schools)
TEDThe Editorial Department (Tucson, AZ)
TEDTurk Egitim Dernegi
TEDTroubles Envahissants du Développement (French: Pervasive Developmental Disorder; France)
TEDTransient Enhanced Diffusion
TEDTechnology Entertainment and Design (conference)
TEDTourism Economic Development (various locations)
TEDTime and Event Driven (software)
TEDTorrent Episode Downloader (file sharing software; Niue)
TEDTokyo Electron Device (semiconductors; Tokyo, Japan)
TEDThe Electrical Distributor (magazine; National Association of Electrical Distributors, Inc.)
TEDTotal Effective Dose
TEDTransmission Electron Diffraction
TEDTiered Electronic Distribution
TEDTriple Error Detection
TEDTransferred Electron Device
TEDTelevision Electronic Disc
TEDTrace Element Descriptor
TEDThyroid Eye Disease
TEDTraffic Enforcement Division (New York Police Department; New York, NY)
TEDTraffic Engineering Database
TEDTiny Editor
TEDTreasury EuroDollar
TEDThermoelectric Device
TEDTooheys Extra Dry (Australian beer)
TEDTime Exposed to Danger (risk assessment)
TEDTunnel Endpoint Discovery (Cisco)
TEDTele Dialog (German: telecommunication dialogue)
TEDTiming Error Detector
TEDTransmitted Electron Detection (physics)
TEDTotal Energy Detector
TEDTurkish Education Association
TEDTenis Eskrim Dagcilik Kulubu (Istanbul, Turkey)
TEDTrunk Encryption Device
TEDTechnical Directive
TEDTiered Electronic Distribution (Novell ZENWorks)
TEDTransferred-Electron Devices
TEDTrailing Edge Down
TEDTriteal Enterprise Desktop
TEDThrombo-Embolic Disease
TEDTurbine Engine Diagnostics
TEDTurtle Excluding Device (modification to fishing nets to prevent the incidental capture of turtles)
TEDTransfer Effective Date
TEDThreat Environment Description
TEDTouch Entry Display
TEDTotal Employee Development
TEDThrombo-Embolism Deterrent
TEDTraffic Enforcement Decoy
TEDTaylor Expansion Diagram
TEDTypical Enlisted Dude
TEDTask Execution Description
TEDTraining Equipment Development
TEDTrack Etch Dosimeter
TEDTest & Evaluation Directorate
TEDTactical Eye Devices (US Army)
TEDTransient Electrical Discharge
TEDTrial Evaluation Document
TEDThreat Environment Defense
TEDTextile Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
TEDThisted, Denmark - Thisted (Airport Code)
TEDTest of Economic Decisionmaking
TEDThe Emperor's Decree
TEDThreshold Erythema Dose
TEDTransport En Département (French: Transportation Department; France)
TEDTouch Entry Device
TEDTamper-Evident Device
TEDTreasuries Over Eurodollars (credit spread)
TEDTraining and Educational Device
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To this aim, in the last years, various solutions have been proposed both through Organic Rankine Cycles (ORC) and through thermoelectric devices (TEDs).
Three types of conducting materials are being investigated for use in thermoelectric devices: inorganic, organic and hybrid materials.
Min, "Model for geometry optimization of thermoelectric devices in a hybrid PV/TE system," Renewable Energy, vol.
These results are unexpected, since a detailed thermal model based upon accepted thermoelectric device dynamics does not capture these phenomena, instead predicting similar power consumption rates for all of the control strategies analysed.
Applications of thermoelectric devices are very wide in many areas, including equipment used in military, aerospace, medical, industrial, consumer, and scientific institutions [8].
Different types of polymers have been used in thermoelectric devices, such as polyaniline (PANI) [41, 42], poly(p-phenylene vinylene) (PPV) [43, 44], polyacetylene (PA) [33, 34], poly(2,7-carbazolenevinylene) [32, 45], and poly(2,5-dimethoxy phenylenevinylene) (PMeOPV) [40].
These effects are the physical mechanisms for power generation and solid-state refrigeration in thermoelectric devices, respectively.
The third parameter that must be identified for the choosing process is the total heat to be pumped by the thermoelectric device. To reduce the temperature of the body, heat must be removed from it faster than heat enters it.
The TouchPort 80 is designed to withstand bad weather and fluctuating temperatures, employing an integrated thermoelectric device to heat and cool the unit, which is water resistant.
Amerigon, a US-based company that produces thermoelectric device technologies, has announced a cut in its Q4 forecast ending December 31, 2008 due to the sharp decline in the global automotive industry.
The thermoelectric subcooler could be even more efficient if a staged thermoelectric device, rather than a single module, is utilized, as indicated in Figure 13.
A few examples of specific topics discussed include single grain Yba2Cu3Oy porous ceramic superconductors, progress in ferroelectric domain engineering at the micro/nanoscale, improving thermoelectric device performance and durability through the integration of advanced aerogel-based ceramics, sol-gel routs to nanostructured patterned ferroelectric thin films with novel electronic and optical properties, and transparent conducting properties in layered oxychalcogenides.
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