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2022 ◽  
Vol 8 ◽  
pp. 1687-1695
Muhammad Umaid Bukhari ◽  
Arshad Khan ◽  
Khawaja Qasim Maqbool ◽  
Adeel Arshad ◽  
Kashif Riaz ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 308 ◽  
pp. 118322
Jiaxin Wang ◽  
Ziyuan Jiang ◽  
Wenpeng Sun ◽  
Xueping Xu ◽  
Qinkai Han ◽  

2022 ◽  
Renyun Zhang ◽  
Jonas Ortegren ◽  
Magnus Hummelgard ◽  
Martin Olsen ◽  
Henrik A Andersson ◽  

Abstract Material development is essential when studying triboelectric nanogenerators (TENGs). This importance is because the performance of TENGs are highly dependent on the properties of the utilized triboelectric materials. To obtain more specific properties, composites have been developed that combine the features of their components. According to Google Scholar, 55% of published papers related to triboelectric nanogenerators have utilized or mentioned composites. This number is 34.5% if one searches with the keyword nanocomposites instead of composites. The importance of composites is because they can exhibit new dielectric properties, better mechanical strength, enhanced charge affinities, etc. Therefore, the development of new composites has great importance in TENG studies. In this paper, we review the production of nanocomposites, the types of nanocomposites, and their application in TENG studies. This review gives an overview of how nanocomposites boost the performance of TENGs and provides guidance for future studies.

ACS Nano ◽  
2022 ◽  
Zhuo Wang ◽  
Zhirong Liu ◽  
Gengrui Zhao ◽  
Zichao Zhang ◽  
Xinyang Zhao ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 23 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-16
Fu-Cheng Kao ◽  
Hsin-Hsuan Ho ◽  
Ping-Yeh Chiu ◽  
Ming-Kai Hsieh ◽  
Jen‐Chung Liao ◽  

Siyang He ◽  
Zheng Wang ◽  
Xiaosong Zhang ◽  
Zitang Yuan ◽  
Yushan Sun ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
Pengcheng Jiao ◽  
Ali Matin Nazar ◽  
King-James Idala Egbe ◽  
Kaveh Barri ◽  
Amir H. Alavi

AbstractTriboelectric nanogenerators have received significant research attention in recent years. Structural design plays a critical role in improving the energy harvesting performance of triboelectric nanogenerators. Here, we develop the magnetic capsulate triboelectric nanogenerators (MC-TENG) for energy harvesting under undesirable mechanical excitations. The capsulate TENG are designed to be driven by an oscillation-triggered magnetic force in a holding frame to generate electrical power due to the principle of the freestanding triboelectrification. Experimental and numerical studies are conducted to investigate the electrical performance of MC-TENG under cyclic loading in three energy harvesting modes. The results indicate that the energy harvesting performance of the MC-TENG is significantly affected by the structure of the capsulate TENG. The copper MC-TENG systems are found to be the most effective design that generates the maximum mode of the voltage range is 4 V in the closed-circuit with the resistance of 10 GΩ. The proposed MC-TENG concept provides an effective method to harvest electrical energy from low-frequency and low-amplitude oscillations such as ocean wave.

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