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Conventional internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEV) generally have less than a 30% of fuel efficiency, and the most wasted energy is dissipated in the form of heat energy. The heat energy maintains the engine temperature for efficient combustion as a good aspect, but the amount of heat generation is excessive and eventually breaks the engine components unless advanced cooling system technologies are supported such as high-capacity radiators, elaborated water jackets, high-flow rate coolant pumps, etc. The excessive heat dissipation plays a key role on a poor fuel economy, but reclamation of the heat energy has not been a main focus of vehicle design.

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M. Sampathkumar, R. Naveen, V. Naveen, T. Ohmswaroop, & A. Santhosh. (2021). Fabrication of thermoelectric power generation by waste heat recovery in automobiles. International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 7(2), 2613–2617. Retrieved from