Making Cooler/Generator with Thermoelectric Device

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  • Tech Ingredients
    Tech Ingredients Pirms 6 dienām +132

    Nice video! As you requested, I produced a video a few months ago where I go into more depth on the quantum process that generates this cooling and heating effect.
    lvclip.com/video/YWUhwmmZa7A/video.html

    • U Wot M8
      U Wot M8 Pirms 2 dienām +1

      Your channel is where I first learned about these devices, and your videos also had more details like how the voltage and the temperature affects the performance of these devices. I'm quite surprised that Mehdi didn't give you a shoutout.

    • freak_like _me
      freak_like _me Pirms 2 dienām +1

      @Ro Lo Nikola Tesla
      internet it!

    • Ro Lo
      Ro Lo Pirms 4 dienām

      @ElectroBOOM lvclip.com/video/Lwpzkznun54/video.html explain please

    • Lucas Ruff
      Lucas Ruff Pirms 4 dienām

      Though I'm not an expert, I don't think this explanation quite nails the effect. It describes the Peltier effect as a chemical phenomenon where electrons give energy to a nearby dissociated electron at the junction, whereas it neglects the fact that electrons freely associate and dissociate constantly in a conductor, with varying energy levels, and the electron moving in one conductor never actually has to cross the junction to create a current in the other (how do capacitors work?). I anticipate that, if the Peltier effect really worked as you describe, a thermocouple replacing a capacitor in an R-C circuit would have a "capacitance" as the charge carriers "accumulate" at the junction, waiting for their neighbors to spontaneously give them enough energy to move. Difficult to measure, though, since you'd also have junctions with your measuring device, the source, the resistor, etc.

    • TheWaterDude
      TheWaterDude Pirms 4 dienām

      @Spaghetti Monster what?

  • BassMaster
    BassMaster Pirms 19 Stundām

    You are a fool

  • Michael Bakker
    Michael Bakker Pirms 21 Stundas

    can u cool ur cpu with this?

  • Mates Čada
    Mates Čada Pirms 22 Stundām +1

    And thats ladies and gentleman how global warming is made

  • ESTO
    ESTO Pirms dienas

    I just walked past you in Tesco I swear! 😂 not where I expected to see you, won’t say where

    • ESTO
      ESTO Pirms 21 Stundas

      ElectroBOOM I knew it haha, cool to think your so near. Love your vids :)

    • ElectroBOOM
      ElectroBOOM  Pirms 22 Stundām +1

      :) yes I was there!

  • chillydickie
    chillydickie Pirms dienas

    How about a peltier driver circuit with temp control? So that the solution can be deployed.

  • Forever Young
    Forever Young Pirms dienas

    DIY Perks did a nice video on how to make 'instant' icecream with Peltier modules; have a look at: lvclip.com/video/4IS18-cQtfo/video.html

  • Raize Tech
    Raize Tech Pirms dienas

    Hoping you will turn that into a portable aircon haha

  • HARI VAMSI
    HARI VAMSI Pirms dienas

    lvclip.com/video/aeqFmUvY2Kk/video.html free energy

  • Phosphophyllite Springheart

    No explosions nor electric sparks, nice

  • ѕẼПρáĪ
    ѕẼПρáĪ Pirms dienas +1

    عار

  • điện tử vinh nguyễn

    Due to the language barrier, I cannot understand everything you are explaining. And I look forward to your next video clip!

  • thomas hardin
    thomas hardin Pirms dienas

    QUIT putting the ads in the middle of the video! Put them either BEFORE or AFTER the video NOT in the middle! It cuts off part of the content you’re trying to hear from the video. STUPID!! IM SICK AS F[]€# OF IT!

  • Tech NO City
    Tech NO City Pirms dienas

    How many volts does it take to make you shit your pants.

  • FullBridgeRectifier
    FullBridgeRectifier Pirms dienas

    Johnny and Marisa sitting in a tree K I S S I N G, first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes an abrupt and tragic miscarriage, then comes blame, then comes despair, two hearts damaged beyond repair, Johnny leaves Marisa and takes the tree, D I V O R C E

  • bmanooo
    bmanooo Pirms dienas

    Only one mild burn accident? Is it really you? :D

  • Mary Devling
    Mary Devling Pirms dienas

    I can tell you how Peltier junctions work.
    Magic!

  • SpeedrunnerG55
    SpeedrunnerG55 Pirms dienas

    what I understand is the electrons are pushed into higher energy states on the cold side then after they move to the hot side fall down to their lower energy state

  • Mohamed745600
    Mohamed745600 Pirms dienas

    Would be cool if it's used to make Thai rolled ice-cream 😂

  • Shawn Olsen
    Shawn Olsen Pirms dienas

    I sont know much about this stuff but you seem like a nice man and I like to listen to you speak.

  • Pi Man
    Pi Man Pirms dienas

    Hey electroboom. I'm throwing this off the top of my head, but maybe the electron transfer phenomenon between different materials cools the emitter due to the difference in work potentials between the different metals. I haven't done any research on this so it might be inaccurate. Just a thought though :)

  • The Amazing Fuzzy
    The Amazing Fuzzy Pirms dienas

    dude... i should try to put this in between my processor and cpu cooler

  • TheGenio125 v1
    TheGenio125 v1 Pirms dienas

    Thx for the educational and entertaining video. Now i know how to build a DIY cooler and possibly distroy my dorm's power supply

  • HH Productions
    HH Productions Pirms 2 dienām

    I HAVE LEARNED A LOT OF THINGS BY WATCHING YOUR VIDEOS,(HIGHSCHOOL STUDENT)
    I WAS KNOWING NOTHING ABOUT CURRENT VOLTAGE STUFF, NOW IF SOMEONE TALKS ABOUT IT, I KNOW PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING ABOUT WHAT THEY ARE TALKING.
    AND IN MY SCHOOL BOOKS THERE IS NOT PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE,
    BUT, YOUR VIDEOS ARE AMAZING, FUNNY AND FUUUL OF KNOWLEDGE.

  • Deathcon_actual522 -
    Deathcon_actual522 - Pirms 2 dienām

    You look like the guy from smurf village

  • Phoenixious
    Phoenixious Pirms 2 dienām

    Hello!
    I wonder if you could use these, fun experiment scale, to power a sterling engine (to create the temp differential) to then power a small handmade and thus low friction generator, to then feedback power to the thermoelectric device? This isn't to make a free energy device - slightly difficult ;), but as a fun idea to use them... ?

  • faisal qattom
    faisal qattom Pirms 2 dienām

    adding too many fins on a surface may actually decrease the overall heat transfer when the decrease in h(convection heat transfer coefficient )offsets any gain resulting from the increase in the surface area.
    By newton’s law of cooling
    Q=hA(Ts-Surrounding)

  • Liam Fitzgerald
    Liam Fitzgerald Pirms 2 dienām

    You would make it self sustianing free energy so there is a free energy

  • ROHAN REDDY
    ROHAN REDDY Pirms 2 dienām

    I am a electronic hobbyist I needed a keysight scope.....please

  • bok rainlox
    bok rainlox Pirms 2 dienām

    Can you shoot a video on electricity generation from the air (Not a wind turbine)

  • jam4live99
    jam4live99 Pirms 2 dienām

    Do you remember Maxwell Laughen? Yesterday I've realized that I've got same knowlage, (I'm 14) only becouse i'm watching crazy canadian with single eyebrow and some other electric-content channels!

  • who am i
    who am i Pirms 2 dienām

    Maybe it can be used as a freezing version of microwave

  • Levi Diniz
    Levi Diniz Pirms 2 dienām

    You plzz make video of esd

  • Kyra Zimmer
    Kyra Zimmer Pirms 2 dienām

    3:13 tl;dr: different atoms pull differently strongly at their electrons, so it takes energy for an electron to travel from a "strongly pulling" atom to a "weakly pulling" one, and releases energy the other way around, so if you force them to travel by applying a voltage that releases or takes up heat to achieve the transition. as you then said at 6:00 the peltier element is just lots and lots of those junctions zigzag aligned so the "weak to strong" transition is on one side, and the "strong to weak" one on the other side, which means on one side the electrons need to soak up energy (as heat, thus cooling it) to travel across while on the other side they get rid of that energy again, heating it up.

  • ko paxson
    ko paxson Pirms 2 dienām

    get in touch with linustechtips and make a cpu cooler with it ;D

  • Ben Sheaves
    Ben Sheaves Pirms 2 dienām

    Sooooo, the electrons can carry away thermal energy as they move across the electric potential, might have todo with that fact that the electrons gaining energy and by moving away are causing the entropy of the universe to increase.

  • amir nike
    amir nike Pirms 2 dienām

    Are u persain

  • Shahab Amini
    Shahab Amini Pirms 2 dienām

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  • Arthur Speer
    Arthur Speer Pirms 2 dienām

    I do know the explanation of the peltier effect, but apparently you don't need it, go learn from that sponsor you're pushing in our faces right in the middle of the video.

  • epicthehamster
    epicthehamster Pirms 2 dienām

    I haven't watched this guy in a while but he has never changed

  • JovcaCreaper TEMC
    JovcaCreaper TEMC Pirms 2 dienām +1

    Maybe you needed to stack them one on other to get beter cooling performance, btw life is a game and Minecraft is life, Steven Hawking spended his life on phisics not realising that LOL

  • Kaczan!
    Kaczan! Pirms 2 dienām

    2:15 pause and look at his face

  • Jimmy Exe
    Jimmy Exe Pirms 2 dienām

    The hell is this channel...
    Lol

  • mima14031985
    mima14031985 Pirms 2 dienām

    I remember when in the 90ies these were used by overclockers to cool down the boiling spirits of their overclocked Intel Pentium CPUs. Ah, the memories... :-D

  • meabbott
    meabbott Pirms 2 dienām +6

    How long did it take for him to figure out he is running a gaming channel?

  • Levi Diniz
    Levi Diniz Pirms 3 dienām

    7:11 new electromaker back 😀😀😀😀

  • Mechatronics Geek
    Mechatronics Geek Pirms 3 dienām

    I really want the 3D PRINTER

  • Prone One aka the shaker of cans

    I used your name at my pharmacy and got 20% off adderall

  • Ghost Melons
    Ghost Melons Pirms 3 dienām

    every time electro boom doesn't post a video for a week I get worried he died by sitting on a wire but overall I love the vids

  • Nicolò Badodi
    Nicolò Badodi Pirms 3 dienām

    With those you could try and make a fog chamber to detect radiation! There are plenty of projects around the web!

  • Peltek Adam
    Peltek Adam Pirms 3 dienām

    Türk bu aq tipinden belli

  • Armando Bautista
    Armando Bautista Pirms 3 dienām

    Make an arc reactor pls :)

  • AgneDei
    AgneDei Pirms 3 dienām

    It's highly recommended to use good performance water cooling on the hot side.
    Also It's recommended to get the biggest peltier you can get your hands on and run it around half the specified voltage, as peltiers do have a decent COOP at around half their voltage (then also the current drops significantly) and around 30 degree delta between hot and cool sides. With a really good water cooling setup it's possible to create a fridge (not a freezer) that might get COOP not much worse than compressor cooling.
    Also If one wants to create fridge it's also recommended to use a smaller water cooler on the cool side, so that the radiator sits inside the fridge, providing heat intertia, and additionally you can insulate the peltier/pumps from the fridge eliminating thermal bridges.

    One last thing, It's possible to PWM control the peltier cooling power, as mentioned on some nasa website (should be able to find in easily on google looking for "Peltier PWM control"), although it would be nice to experiment with constant voltage control, and with constant current control, as that also might have it's benefits for efficiency of such setup.

    Water cooling such setup has another benefit of enabling the hot side radiator to be moved outside of the room/building etc.

  • Indra Akasha
    Indra Akasha Pirms 3 dienām

    use it as cpu cooler?

  • Juan Pablo
    Juan Pablo Pirms 3 dienām

    Wouldn't a centrifugal fan cool the heatsinks more evenly?

  • Indra Akasha
    Indra Akasha Pirms 3 dienām

    i want to know about maglev train and maybe hyperloop??

  • kartik rajurkar
    kartik rajurkar Pirms 3 dienām

    Make a video on air ionizer/ mains ionizer how it works and how to made it for home

  • Mustafa Uğur Etike
    Mustafa Uğur Etike Pirms 3 dienām

    I hope youtube wouldn't find a way to demonetize your effort. So much demonetization... What can men do against such reckless hate?

  • Glenn Jones
    Glenn Jones Pirms 3 dienām

    My new project is to construct a solar powered outdoor cooler with these devices. I burned my hand too. 12VDC with no heat sink. they get HOT instantly.

  • fake madara
    fake madara Pirms 3 dienām

    I wish I could be your disciple......

  • Alejandro Medrano
    Alejandro Medrano Pirms 3 dienām

    If something doesn't blow up, is not a good video, even though you weren't messing around like with other projects, your camera still managed to blow up.
    F

  • Aaron Whatley
    Aaron Whatley Pirms 3 dienām

    Use computer cpu heatsinks as they are way more efficient and also have the hot side on top and have the fan pulling air and pushing it up to the ceiling. I have managed to get a 60w peltier cooler to -34°C with a noctua heatsink and insulation around the cold side

  • NLB
    NLB Pirms 3 dienām

    I love you mehdi

  • Mario Flores
    Mario Flores Pirms 3 dienām

    "It burn freezes!" , put that on a Tee-shirt.

  • Shinobu Oshino
    Shinobu Oshino Pirms 3 dienām

    Hello mr ^^ , can you recommend a trip off circuit breaker which is accurate that will going to saves me no matter any short circuit happened

  • اضحك معانا
    اضحك معانا Pirms 3 dienām +1

    ولله انك ممتع

  • Jeffrey Chung
    Jeffrey Chung Pirms 3 dienām

    Thermal energy is considered to be a variation of kinetic energy based on the principle that all particles are constantly vibrating, so maybe on these devices particles from one side of the device transfer to the other so that matter concentrates there, therefore raising temp....? maybe? Idk, its just a guess, didn't look it up.

  • Zippydsm Lee
    Zippydsm Lee Pirms 3 dienām

    What was the blue tooth multi meter thing that that was used in a couple eps? Or was it so bad it got tossed?

  • Cicero Araujo
    Cicero Araujo Pirms 3 dienām

    Can i please call you? I will pay for your time.

  • Hemant Patil
    Hemant Patil Pirms 3 dienām

    Mehdi bhai ,tum bohot sahi kaam krta hai,

  • pochigna
    pochigna Pirms 3 dienām

    Hi.can yoy make video explain how to make a powerfull hidro generator for rivers?

  • lich_boss
    lich_boss Pirms 3 dienām

    I do not trust this man with power tools

  • Mace
    Mace Pirms 3 dienām

    11:27 somebody been to internet :D

  • Lynx Seraph
    Lynx Seraph Pirms 3 dienām

    Can we make a micro fridges now?

  • Mossirg Semaj
    Mossirg Semaj Pirms 3 dienām +1

    What happens if you stick a bunch together with thermal paste?