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Energy-loss return gate via liquid dielectric polarization

Abstract : There has been much research on renewable energy-harvesting techniques. However, owing to increasing energy demands, significant energy-related issues remain to be solved. Efforts aimed at reducing the amount of energy loss in electric/electronic systems are essential for reducing energy consumption and protecting the environment. Here, we design an energy-loss return gate system that reduces energy loss from electric/electronic systems by utilizing the polarization of liquid dielectrics. The use of a liquid dielectric material in the energy-loss return gate generates electrostatic potential energy while reducing the dielectric loss of the electric/electronic system. Hence, an energy-loss return gate can make breakthrough impacts possible by amplifying energy-harvesting efficiency, lowering the power consumption of electronics, and storing the returned energy. Our study indicates the potential for enhancing energy-harvesting technologies for electric/electronics systems, while increasing the widespread development of these systems.
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Taehun Kim, Hyungseok Yong, Banseok Kim, Dongseob Kim, Dukhyun Choi, et al.. Energy-loss return gate via liquid dielectric polarization. Nature Communications, Nature Publishing Group, 2018, 9, p.367-373. ⟨10.1038/s41467-018-03893-7⟩. ⟨insu-03589358⟩

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