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TPVTerminal Point de Vente (French: Point of Sale Terminal)
TPVThird-Party Verification
TPVThermophotovoltaic
TPVToute Petite Voiture
TPVThird Person View
TPVTerminal Punto Venta
TPVTemporary Protection Visa (Australia)
TPVThermoplastic Vulcanizate (thermoplastic elastomer)
TPVTotal Payment Volume
TPVToute Petite Voiture (French: Very Small Car)
TPVThird Party Vendor
TPVTetanus/Pertussis Vaccine
TPVThrough-Package-Via (mechanical design)
TPVTotal Perspective Vortex (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
TPVTotal Portfolio Value (finance)
TPVTanapox Virus
TPVTotal Prostate Volume (urology)
TPVTotal Purchase Value
TPVThe Perfect Victim (band)
TPVToro Professional Valve
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M., "A proposed thermophotovoltaic solar energy conversion system," Proc.
K., "A solar thermophotovoltaic converter using Pbs photovoltaic cells," Int.
Garverick, "Operation and component testing of a solar thermophotovoltaic power system," Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 1996, IEEE Conference Record of the Twenty Fifth, 1421-1424, 1996.
Such photonic crystals could outperform other schemes for powering TPV cells, says thermophotovoltaic pioneer Lewis Fraas of JX Crystals in Issaquah, Wash.
in Waltham, Mass., to develop a thermophotovoltaic system.
The key to thermophotovoltaic technology is using ceramic materials that will produce wavelength-specific radiation, according to Kevin Krist, senior project manager in the physical sciences department of the GRI.
The effect is useful for so-called thermophotovoltaic systems [13-15].
A prospective thermophotovoltaic system can be implemented as it is shown in Fig.
Such structures may dramatically boost the efficiency of incandescent light bulbs and of thermophotovoltaic devices, which convert radiated heat into electricity, says research leader Shawn Yu Lin of the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M.
Using a finer version of the tungsten mesh with thermophotovoltaic devices might improve their performance.
Yugami, "Thermophotovoltaic generation with selective radiators based on tungsten surface gratings," Appl.