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Design And Developement Of Temperature Controller In Box During Organ Transplantation

Author : Gayathri K 1 Devaraj G 2

Date of Publication :7th November 2016

Abstract: The objective of this project is to improve the safety monitoring during organ preservation and transplantation. Coolbox system lead to reperfusion injury so cool box is replaced by warm preservation during transportation and design of temperature controller is needed to regulate the temperature. Peltier effect is majorly cooling of one junction and the heating of the other when electric current is maintained in a circuit of material consisting of two dissimilar conductors and thermostat is used for maintaining the setpoint. simulation is done with the help of Mat lab software and temperature is being regulated easily inside the organ transplantation box

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