Special Issue "Materials and Devices for Waste Energy Harvesting 2017"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 September 2019
Dr. Ling Bing Kong
School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, 50 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639798, Singapore
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Interests: functional ceramics; ceramic processing; transparent ceramics; nanocomposites; ferrite ceramics; ferroelectric ceramics; piezoelectric/triboelectric mechanical energy harvesting
Continuously increasing energy consumption and environmental problem has triggered global interests in research related to the creation of and saving of energy. Waste energy harvesting is an important topic in this regard. Development of materials and devices is the first step towards success of waste energy harvesting. Waste energy includes heat, light, sound, vibration or movement and so on. Materials that can be used for waste energy harvesting include piezoeletric, pyroelectric, nanopiezoelectric, nanotriboelectric, thermoelectric, phase change effect, etc. The effects of these materials should be realized by using their respective devices. Therefore, with the success of last year’s Special Issue, this Special Issue is aimed at providing with a platform for experts to present their new achievement in materials and devices for waste energy harvesting, with focus on, but not limited to, the following topics:
- General issues on waste energy and waste energy harvesting;
- Mechanical waste energy harvesting and devices;
- Piezoelectric waste energy harvesters;
- Nanogenerators for waste energy harvesting;
- Nanotriboelectric generators;
- Thermoelectric materials and devices for waste energy harvesting;
- Pyroelectric waste energy harvesters;
- Phase change materials for waste energy harvesting.
Dr. Ling Bing Kong
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- waste energy harvesting
- piezoelectric materials and devices
- mechanical energy harvesting
- human motion energy harvesting
- thermal energy harvesting
- nanopiezoelectric generators
- nanotriboelectric generators
- pyroelectric materials and devices
- thermoelectric materials and devices
- phase change materials and applications