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熱電單元的能源採集

Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting 2018-2028

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熱電單元的能源採集 Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting 2018-2028
出版日期: 2017年08月28日 內容資訊: 英文 144 Slides
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本報告提供熱電單元的能源採集的市場機會調查分析,設備、材料、製造流程概要,各種用途,新的功能性、尺寸規格、用途實現的新技術分析,各終端用戶產業的市場成長預測,潛在的引進經營者的各種見解等彙整資料。

第1章 摘要整理、總論

第2章 簡介

  • 熱電及熱電效應(帕米爾效應)
  • 熱電單元利用的設計
  • 薄膜熱電發電體
  • 材料的選擇
  • 有機熱電單元 - PEDOT:PSS
  • 二元功能的熱電發電設備/預冷器:來自飛機排氣的DC電源

第3章 其他處理技術

  • 彈性熱電發電體的製造
  • AIST技術詳細內容

第4章 用途

  • 汽車
    • BMW
    • Ford
    • Volkswagen
    • 車輛用熱電機器的課題
  • 無線感測器
    • TE-qNODE
    • TE-CORE
    • EverGen PowerStrap
    • WiTemp
    • GE Logimesh
  • 航太
  • 植入式熱電單元
  • 家電/穿戴式設備的熱電單元
  • 單一設備的太陽能光電發電及熱電單元能源採集
  • 大樓及家庭自動化的熱電單元能源採集
  • 其他

第5章 採訪:商業化相關考察

  • Ford
  • Microsemi
  • MSX Micropelt
  • Rolls Royce
  • TRW
  • Volvo

第6章 市場預測

  • 用途及市場區隔
    • 無線感測器、致動器
    • 智慧建築、家庭自動化
    • 軍事、航太
    • 其他產業用途
    • 一般用途
    • 其他的用途
  • 單價
  • 能源採集設備用熱電單元的銷售額
  • 以收益為準的市場預測

第7章 企業簡介

  • Alphabet Energy, Inc.
  • EVERREDtronics Ltd
  • Ferrotec Corporation
  • Gentherm
  • Global Thermoelectric (now Gentherm)
  • GMZ Energy
  • greenTEG
  • Hi Z Technology, Inc
  • KELK Ltd.
  • Laird / Nextreme
  • Marlow
  • mc10
  • Micropelt GmbH
  • National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST)
  • Novus
  • O-Flexx
  • OTEGO
  • Perpetua
  • RGS Development
  • Romny Scientific
  • Tellurex Corporation
  • Thermolife Energy Corporation
  • Yamaha Motor Co, Ltd.

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目錄

"The market for thermoelectric energy harvesters will reach over $1.5 billion by 2028."

Thermoelectric generators are devices which convert temperature differences into electrical energy. The principle phenomenon that underpins thermoelectric energy generation is known as the Seebeck effect: the conversion of a temperature differential into electricity at the junction of two materials.

Although thermoelectric phenomena have been used for heating and cooling applications quite extensively, electricity generation has only seen very limited market in niche applications and it is only in recent years that interest has increased regarding new applications of energy generation through thermoelectric harvesting.

The new applications are varied and the vertical markets benefiting from new devices range from condition monitoring in industrial environments, smart metering in energy market segments, to thermoelectric applications in vehicles, either terrestrial or other.

This report gives an overview of devices, materials and manufacturing processes, with a specific focus on emerging technologies that allow for new functionality, form factor and application in various demanding environments. Whether it is operation in high temperatures or corrosive environments, applications with increased safety demands or components that need to be thin, flexible, or even stretchable, there is a lot of research and development work worldwide which is highlighted.

Waste heat recovery systems in vehicles: A large number of car companies, including Volkswagen, VOLVO, FORD and BMW in collaboration with NASA have been developing thermoelectric waste heat recovery systems in-house, each achieving different types of performance but all of them expecting to lead to improvements of 3-5% in fuel economy while the power generated out of these devices could potentially reach up to 1200W. What does the future hold with electrification of vehicles globally picking up pace and the market conditions turning unfavorable for thermoelectrics that require the high temperatures present in internal combustion engines for optimal operation.

Wireless sensor network adoption. Wireless sensors powered by thermogenerators in environments where temperature differentials exist would lead to avoiding issues with battery lifetime and reliability. It would also lead to the ability to move away from wired sensors, which are still the solution of choice when increased reliability of measurement is necessary. Some applications have low enough power demands to operate with small temperature differentials, as small as a few degrees in some cases. These types of developments increase adoption trends.

Consumer applications: In these applications, the type of solution that thermogenerators provide varies: it could be related to saving energy when cooking by utilising thermo-powered cooking sensors, powering mobile phones, watches or other consumer electronics, even body sensing could become more widespread with wearables such as sensory wristbands, clothing or athletic apparel that monitor vitals such as heart rate, body temperature, etc.

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Executive summary and conclusions
  • 1.2. Market forecasts for thermoelectric energy harvesters in different applications 2016-2028
  • 1.3. Wireless sensors, actuators, and wireless sensor networks
  • 1.4. Home automation, commercial & retail buildings, and industrial automation.
  • 1.5. Waste heat recovery systems in vehicles
  • 1.6. Consumer, military and aerospace applications
  • 1.7. Additional challenges and opportunities for thermoelectric devices

2. INTRODUCTION

  • 2.1. The Seebeck and Peltier effects
  • 2.2. Manufacturing of thermoelectric generators
    • 2.2.1. Thermoelectric generator design considerations
  • 2.3. Thin film thermoelectric generators
  • 2.4. Material choices
  • 2.5. Organic thermoelectrics - PEDOT:PSS, not just a transparent conductor
  • 2.6. Bi-functional thermoelectric generator/ pre-cooler: DC power from aircraft bleed air

3. OTHER PROCESSING TECHNIQUES

  • 3.1. Manufacturing of flexible thermoelectric generators
  • 3.2. AIST technology details

4. APPLICATIONS

  • 4.1. Automotive applications
    • 4.1.1. BMW
    • 4.1.2. Ford
    • 4.1.3. Volkswagen
    • 4.1.4. Challenges of Thermoelectrics for Vehicles
    • 4.1.5. Peak in overall car sales then peak in electric car sales k globally
  • 4.2. Wireless sensing
    • 4.2.1. TE-qNODE
    • 4.2.2. TE-CORE
    • 4.2.3. EverGen PowerStrap
    • 4.2.4. WiTemp
    • 4.2.5. GE Logimesh
  • 4.3. Aerospace
  • 4.4. Implantable thermoelectrics
  • 4.5. Thermoelectrics in consumer electronics/wearables
    • 4.5.1. Matrix PowerWatch
    • 4.5.2. 4.5.2 Academic research on wearables
    • 4.5.3. Device size requirements in wearables
  • 4.6. Solar and thermoelectric energy harvesting in one device
    • 4.6.1. Thermoelectric energy harvesting in consumer electronics- discussion
    • 4.6.2. Thermoelectric energy harvesting in consumer electronics- power requirements
    • 4.6.3. Thermoelectric energy harvesting in consumer electronics- e-textile integration
  • 4.7. Thermoelectric energy harvesting in building & home automation
    • 4.7.1. The Sentinel
    • 4.7.2. Home and commercial building automation - discussion
  • 4.8. Other applications
    • 4.8.1. Micropelt-MSX
    • 4.8.2. PowerPot™ - Spark

5. INTERVIEWS - COMMERCIALIZATION CONSIDERATIONS

  • 5.1. Ford
  • 5.2. Microsemi
  • 5.3. MSX Micropelt
  • 5.4. Rolls Royce
  • 5.5. TRW
  • 5.6. Volvo

6. THERMOELECTRIC ENERGY HARVESTERS: MARKET FORECASTS

  • 6.1. Applications and market segmentation
    • 6.1.1. Wireless sensors and actuators
    • 6.1.2. Smart buildings and Home automation
    • 6.1.3. Military and Aerospace
    • 6.1.4. Other industrial applications
    • 6.1.5. Consumer applications
    • 6.1.6. Other applications
  • 6.2. Unit price considerations
  • 6.3. Thermoelectrics for Energy Harvesting units value dollars 2016-2028
  • 6.4. Market forecasting revenue

7. COMPANY PROFILES

  • 7.1. Alphabet Energy, Inc.
  • 7.2. EVERREDtronics Ltd
  • 7.3. Ferrotec Corporation
  • 7.4. Gentherm
  • 7.5. Global Thermoelectric (now Gentherm)
  • 7.6. GMZ Energy
  • 7.7. greenTEG
  • 7.8. Hi Z Technology, Inc
  • 7.9. KELK Ltd
  • 7.10. Laird/ Nextreme
  • 7.11. Marlow
  • 7.12. mc10
  • 7.13. Micropelt GmbH
  • 7.14. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST)
  • 7.15. Novus
  • 7.16. O-Flexx
  • 7.17. OTEGO
  • 7.18. Perpetua
  • 7.19. RGS Development
  • 7.20. Romny Scientific
  • 7.21. Tellurex Corporation
  • 7.22. Termolife Energy Corporation
  • 7.23. Yamaha
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