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A textile-based thermopile has been fabricated by etching the nickel layer of a nickel coated carbon fiber (NiCF) selectively to form a series of CF-NiCF junctions along the NiCF. The pristine NiCF was inserted into the polyester woven fabric manually. Each half part of the float yarns was covered with Lurapret® D579 dropwise to form a 36-pair CF-NiCF thermopile. After drying in the oven, the sample was etched in the etching solution, then rinsed with water and air dried. The Seebeck coefficient resulting from 36-pair CF-NiCF thermopile is 93.04 µV/K. This proofs that creating a flexible thermoelectric generator from a conductive textile yarn is possible.

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Hardianto, Hardianto, et al. “Seebeck Coefficient of Thermopile Made of Nickel-Coated Carbon Fiber.” AEGEAN INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (AITAE 2018), vol. 459, IOP Publishing, 2018, doi:10.1088/1757-899x/459/1/012012.
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Hardianto, H., Malengier, B., De Mey, G., Hertleer, C., & Van Langenhove, L. (2018). Seebeck coefficient of thermopile made of nickel-coated carbon fiber. AEGEAN INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (AITAE 2018), 459. https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899x/459/1/012012
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Hardianto, Hardianto, Benny Malengier, Gilbert De Mey, C. Hertleer, and Lieva Van Langenhove. 2018. “Seebeck Coefficient of Thermopile Made of Nickel-Coated Carbon Fiber.” In AEGEAN INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (AITAE 2018). Vol. 459. IOP Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1088/1757-899x/459/1/012012.
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Hardianto, Hardianto, Benny Malengier, Gilbert De Mey, C. Hertleer, and Lieva Van Langenhove. 2018. “Seebeck Coefficient of Thermopile Made of Nickel-Coated Carbon Fiber.” In AEGEAN INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (AITAE 2018). Vol. 459. IOP Publishing. doi:10.1088/1757-899x/459/1/012012.
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Hardianto H, Malengier B, De Mey G, Hertleer C, Van Langenhove L. Seebeck coefficient of thermopile made of nickel-coated carbon fiber. In: AEGEAN INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (AITAE 2018). IOP Publishing; 2018.
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H. Hardianto, B. Malengier, G. De Mey, C. Hertleer, and L. Van Langenhove, “Seebeck coefficient of thermopile made of nickel-coated carbon fiber,” in AEGEAN INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (AITAE 2018), Mytilene, Greece, 2018, vol. 459.
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  author       = {{Hardianto, Hardianto and Malengier, Benny and De Mey, Gilbert and Hertleer, C. and Van Langenhove, Lieva}},
  booktitle    = {{AEGEAN INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE AND ADVANCED ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (AITAE 2018)}},
  issn         = {{1757-899X}},
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  location     = {{Mytilene, Greece}},
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  title        = {{Seebeck coefficient of thermopile made of nickel-coated carbon fiber}},
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  volume       = {{459}},
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