How to make a thermal electric generator from nitinol wire and copper

How to make a thermal electric generator from nitinol wire and copper

this is how to make a thermal electric generator using nitinol wire and copper.

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JamminGilles says:

Hi,
Did you make any more videos about this?
thanks

charles rundown says:

what was the ma reading

MrTeslonian says:

I answer most of these questions in later videos.

putheflamesou says:

U know what sucks here….?!!! The technology is here. It is kept from us through corporate greed and government control. When U earn money to pay your bills……they get huge chunks in many industries and good ol uncle sam. Reference: Look up subjects on “point zero”.

Can101276 says:

Does it push any amps?
Will it do work?
Can multiple be joined in series / parralel?
Where do you get your Nitinol from?
Which types are better for low temperature effects?
LOL, sorry too many questions..
Thanks for sharing this!!

WillWelker says:

Looking forward to your next video on this. Have you calculated what voltage you get for the temperature gradient?  Maybe two volts per 100ºF?
Definitely want to follow your work on this.

MrTeslonian says:

Oxidation can be limited with high temp coatings,I will show more as soon as I can.

MrTeslonian says:

With the right coatings yes.

ironmountainrotts says:

I have some High temp TEG from a factory but have not started experimenting with them yet. This lower temp application sounds interesting, can they last for years in a DIY application?

MrTeslonian says:

Nitinol memory metal is the most thermally responsive metal there is! I have currently 7 different styles of nitinol, from tubing to flat sheets, it is incredible what this stuff in large pieces can do. Reaction force can be upwards of 250tons psi. and can be used in multiple low temp waste heat generator designs, and countless other experiments.

Mike O says:

Love it

John Sweeney says:

wow


Robert Landrum says:

Wow! Can’t wait to see what happens next.

RobThePlumber101 says:

Another great video. I am very familiar with copper, how will you protect the copper from oxidation? Is there a chemical that you could coat the joints? Will the nitinol lose any conductivity?

Keep it up. Very important free information here!

Rob

Miguel Pereira says:

Hey, great discovery. Thanks for sharing all this with us.
Have a nice day.

Brettjnash says:

Wow, Ok so now I got to ask more about the nitinol wire.
What else can you tell us?
What is your source for the wire?
Also any idea how long it”ll power for before corrosion between the metals will occur?
Long wire or shorter wire makes more power?
Or gauge thickness?
Sorry about all the questions..
Not really. They just scratch the surface. :)
It’s in our shared Teslonian nature.

Calvin Cheney says:

Thank you for opening up the like and share on your videos. What you are teaching us is important to our future survivability. You have my gratitude~

Barbarossa4U says:

Great video I can’t wait to see more. I’d love to see a homemade bio-lite type of camp cook stove/pot. How much $ is needed for a set up like you are talking?

GTIBully . says:

Impressive amount of power for a small device.

arshi khur says:

u r awesome

mike29571 says:

Excellent video. Thanks!

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