Thirteenth International Conference on Thermoelectrics: Proceedings of the Workshop, Kansas City, MO, September 1994
B. Mathiprakasam, Patrick Heenan
American Inst. of Physics, 1995 - Science - 359 pages
Annotation Proceedings of ICT '94, held in Kansas City, Missouri from 30 August 1994 to 1 September 1994, sponsored by the International Thermoelectric Society. The conference was a forum for the exchange of recent findings within the thermoelectric field and featured presentations in the areas of both thermoelectric power generation and heating/cooling. This volume includes all 75 of the technical papers presented, arranged in four sections: high temperature materials; room/low temperature applications; room/low temperature materials; and high temperature applications. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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