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Abstract nanotechnology


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Abstract nanotechnology

  1. 1. National Conference on Energy, Materials and Communication SystemsEnergy Harvesting using NanotechnologyDharmendra Dubey1, Lakhan Singh2, Suraj Kumar3Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bhagwant University, AjmerEmail: 1dubey.dharmendra101@gmail.comEmail: 2lakhan.royalmech@gmail.comEmail: 3gmpsuraj@gmail.comAbstractNanotechnology, a diversified field of science which deals with surface science, organicchemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics and micro-fabrication etc. The associatedresearch and applications are equally diverse, ranging from extensions of conventional physics tocompletely new approaches based upon developing new materials with new dimensions onnanoscale. It has also excelled in the area of harvesting energy in form of piezoelectrics -materials capable of converting pressure into electrical energy - and the cornerstone of microchipmanufacturing, thin film technology. Scientists currently debate the future implications ofnanotechnology. Nanotechnology may be able to create many new materials and devices with avast range of applications, such as in medicine, electronics, biomaterials and energy production.The study examines how the power of piezoelectrics could be integrated as a storage to chargemobile phones, enable laptops to be powered through typing or even used to convert bloodpressure into a power source for pacemakers - essentially creating an everlasting battery. Thetheory of Nanotechnology given by a few philosophers say that the concept of energy harvestingusing piezoelectric nano materials has been demonstrated but the actual realization of thesestructures can be too complicated and they are poorly suited to mass fabrication. Our studyfocused on thin film coatings because we believe they hold the only practical possibility ofintegrating piezoelectrics into existing electronic technology.Keywords - Nanotechnology, piezoelectrics, Energy