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Improving Heat Transfer from Peltier Devices Used in an Atmospheric Water Generation
International Journal of Engineering Materials and Manufacture
Present Atmospheric Water Generation (AWG) systems are useful for providing water in areas with limited water supplies. Many industrial AWG systems use VCR (vapor-compression refrigeration) to achieve a large amount of cooling to extract liquid water out of the air. These systems require large amounts of energy to operate, usually in the form of diesel or AC-powered generators. The systems also have many moving parts that require maintenance and use refrigerants that can leak and cause problemsdoi:10.26776/ijemm.06.03.2021.08 fatcat:5g6egrvbzvc2rjx3gnsu3hvawq