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Author Topic: Heat→Sound→Electricity: A Sound Way To Turn Heat Into Electricity  (Read 9465 times)

Offline Yortuk Festrunk

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This looks interesting:

http://www.physorg.com/news100141616.html

I'm not so much interested in the Heat→Sound part as I am the Sound→Electricity.

Does anyone know where there is more info about Sound→Electricity?


Offline jadaro2600

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Does anyone know where there is more info about Sound→Electricity?


This is a relatively simple idea - you just use a speaker.  and sound hitting the speaker will cause it to generate electricity - it will act like a microphone.

Offline ksmarke

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Does anyone have more in depth information on this device?

Offline jyoticse804

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I am also looking for more information about Heat-Sound-Electricity & so that I am here. Hope, I will get more help..

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