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Hybrid Nanogenerator Market Segmented By Triboelectric Nanogenerator, Piezoelectric Nanogenerator and Pyroelectric Nanogenerator
Harvesting energy from numerous sources available in our personal and everyday environments is exceedingly desirable, not only for powering personal electronics, but also for future implantable sensor-transmitter devices for biomedical and healthcare applications. And this thing has been possible due to the advent of hybrid nanogenerator.
The hybrid nanogenerator device consists of a piezoelectric poly nanofiber nanogenerator for harvesting mechanical energy, such as from breathing or from the beat of a heart, and a flexible enzymatic biofuel cell for harvesting the biochemical energy in biofluid.
Another type of hybrid nanogenerator is the triboelectric nanogenerator which converts external kinetic energy into electrical energy through using a nano-structured triboelectric material. The combination of two or three nanogenerator makes it a hybrid nanogenerator. As the name suggests, these hybrid nanogenerator are small and have high output on simultaneous and individual working.
The primary driver for hybrid nanogenerator market is the cost factor associated with using one hybrid nanogenerator in place of two nanogenerator. This not only saves the cost of one nanogenerator but its circuitry too and all together increase the efficiency of the product. Another driver which can be seen for this market is that the advancement in manufacturing and telecommunication industry that has led to more research for this field which would lead to better quality of products.
The major challenge faced by the Hybrid nanogenerator market is that the implanting of one nanogenerator with other nanogenerator takes a handful of expertise and is a complex process so it would need a one-time investment for the embedding machine to be deployed for this purpose.
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In June 2016, Zhong Lin Wang of Georgia Institute of Technology developed a device that can harvest ocean waves in a very broad frequency range and encompasses almost all of the ocean wave energy spectrum, including the hard-to-reach low frequencies.
The device is a hybrid system that consists of two generators. An electromagnetic generator (EMG), well-suited for harvesting waves at high frequencies and fast rotation speeds. A triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG), which works better in the low-frequency range and at slower rotation speeds.
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