A promising new energy source: The Brownian motion of nanoresonator arrays
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Published online: 10 December 2014
It is proposed a device designed to extract the Brownian motion energy. Since Brownian motion is usually a whoolly disordered motion, the first step consists in putting it in order with resonators, the Brownian motion of which is organized. Brownian motion energy is so low, that a very large number of them is needed. Since the Brownian motion phases of a resonator set are random, the second step is to set in phase those resonators and then, to extract the overall energy. The nanoresonator double-array device satisfies these requirements, provided a high accuracy in the tuning of the resonator frequencies is achieved.
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