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A Soft Magnetoelastic Generator for Wind Energy Harvesting

Wind energy, which is ubiquitously available on Earth, is a pressing need for utilizing renewable, green energy sources such as wind energy. We present a fundamentally new wind energy harvesting technique based on the enormous magnetoelastic effect in a soft composite assembly system, namely, magnetoelastic generators, in this paper. Wind energy is converted into electricity by electromagnetic induction from arbitrary directions by mechanical deformation in a soft system, which converts wind energy into electricity by electromagnetic induction from arbitrary directions. Under normal natural winds, the wind energy harvesting device has a low internal impedance of 68 u03a9, with a high current density of 1. 17 mA cmu20132 and a power density of 0. 82 mW cmu20132. This work opens the way for wind energy harvesting with compelling characteristics, which can play a large role in the hydrogen economy and human civilization's long-term sustainability.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adma.202204238


Energy and economic analysis feasibility of CO2 capture on a natural gas internal combustion engine

amine scrubbing carbon dioxide capture by amine scrubbing is a widely used technology in its most advanced stage of evolution. However, it has never been used to capture CO2 from cell phone sources. The present research examines an amine scrubbing CO2 capture storage system, which allows for the amine regeneration process that extracts the waste heat from a turbocharged natural gas internal combustion engine's exhaust gases. To minimize the energy penalty on the CCS scheme, the system is blended with an Organic Rankine Cycle. A CCS system running with Monoethanolamine at 30 wt% achieved a maximum CO2 capture rate of 66%, with a penalty for only 10% of the power engine. The CCS system without ORC is 31. 8% cheaper than a hydrogen fuel cells bus and 26% less than a battery-u2010electric bus, according to the economic report, and it is 26% cheaper than a battery-u2010electric bus.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ghg.2176


Marginal land conversion to perennial energy crops with biomass removal enhances soil carbon sequestration

However, the effect of perennial energy crop cultivation on soil organic carbon sequestration and its underlying mechanism in marginal land remains incomplete. The higher SOC stock in the root zone of switchgrass relative to Miscanthus was aided by the higher contribution of C4u2010derived C to SOC. In the root zone, the mean residence time of old C was higher under switchgrass than Miscanthus in the bulk zone, up from 0 to 60 cm, but in the root zone, the same stood at 0:u201020 cm. The partial least squares path model found that perennial energy crop cultivation raises soil C stock by rising C4 and reduced mineralization, according to a simulated model. In conclusion, marginal land conversion to perennial energy crops is a win-win for C sequestration in order to combat climate change and sustain the growing bioenergy industry with biomass supply.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcbb.12990


Machine learning‐based metaheuristic optimization of hydrogen energy plant with solid oxide fuel cell

The purpose of this report is to examine the effectiveness and multi-u2010objective optimization of a multigeneration energy system that incorporates power generation, cooling, and freshwater. To do this, we used thermodynamic modeling of the intended cycle to determine the optimal design points using a genetic algorithm. Machine learning techniques have been used to reduce the processing time and cost associated with optimization and optimization.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/er.8463


Location choice for large‐scale battery manufacturing plants: Exploring the role of clean energy, costs, and knowledge on location decisions in Europe

The location of large-scale battery manufacturing plants, namely gigafactories, has risen dramatically in academia, policy, and industry as a result. This paper contributes to the ongoing debate by investigating how a country's specific battery manufacturing costs and knowledge, as well as the environmental impact of its energy mix, influence the choice of location for gigafactories in the European Union. However, our findings also showed that no country leads in all three dimensions, indicating that there is no single place to establish gigafactories. Rather, the decision would be based on the battery manufacturer's specifications. The findings of our report will help battery manufacturers in selecting a suitable location for their gigafactories and providing the basis for policymakers to attract battery manufacturing by directing investments into renewable energy.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jiec.13292


Hybrid optimization technique for IoT‐enabled residential buildings under cost‐effective energy management system on smart grid: A GPCHUA method

A power management system that uses the Internet of Things architecture in a hybrid framework is suggested. The proposed hybrid process is the joint execution of both Giza pyramids design and human urbanization algorithm, and is commonly referred to as combined Giza Pyramids Construction, Human urbanization algorithm method. At last, the effectiveness of the proposed plan is shown on MATLAB/Simulink and tested with various current methods such as Deer hunting optimization, bacterial foraging optimization, and crow search optimization.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/er.8444


Numerical study on the thermal energy storage employing phase change material with honeycomb structure: the effect of heat transfer fluid configuration and honeycomb cell angles

Several studies have been published to increase the thermal efficiency of latent heat thermal energy systems that use phase change materials, according to significant literature. This paper aims to contribute to this quickly expanding field of study by using honeycomb structure and investigating the effect of heat transfer fluid configuration and honeycomb cell angle on the thermal performance of the LHTES during melting and solidification processes. However, considering different honeycomb cell angles has no influence on the melting and solidification rates.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/est2.396

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