Nanofilm recycles electronic waste heat as electricity

Waste heat generated by electronics is a big problem. Not only can it damage components if it gets out of hand, but it represents a large amount of energy going to waste. Now scientists at the University of California, Berkeley have developed a thin film that could be built into computers, cars or factories to capture and recycle the energy from waste heat. .. Continue Reading Nanofilm recycles electronic waste heat as electricity Category: Electronics Tags: Electronic Energy Materials Thin Film UC Berkeley Related Articles: New invisibility cloak hides tiny three-dimensional objects of any shape Bizarre metal conducts electricity without heating up Doomed Phobos will become a ring around Mars Watch this nimble robot make quick work of odd shapes Metamaterial pav

Nanofilm recycles electronic waste heat as electricity

Waste heat generated by electronics is a big problem. Not only can it damage components if it gets out of hand, but it represents a large amount of energy going to waste. Now scientists ...

Mon 16 Apr 18 from Gizmag

Thin film converts heat from electronics into energy

Nearly 70 percent of the energy produced in the United States each year is wasted as heat. Much of that heat is less than 100 degrees Celsius and emanates from things like computers, cars or ...

Mon 16 Apr 18 from Phys.org

Thin film converts heat from electronics into energy, Tue 17 Apr 18 from Science Blog

Innovative Thin-Film Device for Converting Electronics' Waste Heat into Energy

Each year, in the United States, about 70% of the energy produced is wasted as heat. The temperature of most part of that heat - which is emitted from large industrial processes, cars, or computers ...

Wed 18 Apr 18 from AZoNano

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