Lunch Lecture April hosted by Philips Innovation Services
Identification & Control of Thermo-Electric-Coolers Consumer electronics, and professional equipment alike, become increasingly reliant upon the ability for precise thermal management. As such, thermal control is gaining more attention in...
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Identification & Control of Thermo-Electric-Coolers
Consumer electronics, and professional equipment alike, become increasingly reliant upon the ability for precise thermal management. As such, thermal control is gaining more attention in the fields of product design and (high) precision engineering. Thermo-electric coolers (TEC) or Peltier elements can be used both for heating and for cooling, making them ideal as thermal actuators. In this presentation, two identification methodologies (white vs black box) are discussed that allow for efficient modelling of the peltier thermo-dynamics. Furthermore, control of a setup with two individually controllable TECs will be extensively discussed.
The speaker will be Rob van Gils, Sr. Technologist / Competence Leader Thermal & Flow, Philips Innovation Services
We will start at 12:03pm and it will end at 12:30pm
If you are interested in this Lunch Lecture please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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