This link might be useful for you.(With some slight modification to the design) Modify it with a bigger heatsink, remove some parts of the fins on the heatsink so the peltier can be attached on the same side as the fins. The fan will cool down one side of the peltier with the airflow and also remove heat from the larger heatsink.Works on the same principle as a "powerless" stove fan.The cooler will become a bit more mobile without the external powersource. https://www.instructables.com/id/Portable-Airflow-...
The heatsink could probably cool the phone enough by it self. A modification of this design would require no external power and cool your phone. (More mobility.)https://www.instructables.com/id/Portable-Airflow-...
They are used in cooling boxes that you plug into your car's cigarette lighter (12v socket), Mini usb fridges and so on. They are also used in heat powered fans for wooden stoves and so on. (When one side is warmer than the other it starts to produce electricity.)Google Thermoelectric cooler (TEC) or Thermoelectric generator (TEG) for a lot information.
There is 1 tiny hole on each lid so it is wented.https://cdn.instructables.com/FLC/LOJF/JLCKIZ9Z/FLCLOJFJLCKIZ9Z.LARGE.jpg
With a big enough heatsink it should be possible. Something like this could probably be used. (worked very well in my gaming computer a while back.)https://www.quietpc.com/ac-acc-s1rev2
With a big enough heatsink it should be possible.Something like this could probably be used. (worked very well in my gaming computer a while back.)https://www.quietpc.com/ac-acc-s1rev2
I Think that the charger has one 2.1 Amp and 1 amp connections. So a total output of 3.1 Amps.(I could be wrong but most of the chargers I've had with 2 outputs have been that way)
This is really great work. Simple design but highly modifiable.
Cyberpunk is way more futuristic. https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:AN...While steampunk is late 1800's http://morriscountynj.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/steampunk-51760-lg.jpg