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In this study, a novel solar application is presented to transform the sun rays into heat energy based on the black body. By assuming a wall that contains units of a Thermo-Magnetic-Electrical-Generator (TMEG), the movement of the generator depends on the thermomagnetic properties of the ferromagnetic metals. Gadolinium (Gd) was chosen as the ferromagnetic material due to its convenient Curie point (T C ). A Gd disk horizontally moves under the influence of two variables and opposing forces. Adoi:10.1016/j.jksues.2020.03.003 fatcat:6koan7vhvzaobeuxgtqis7e32y