Energy from streaming current and potential

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Olthuis, Wouter and Schippers, Bob and Eijkel, Jan and Berg, Albert van den (2004) Energy from streaming current and potential. In: Eurosensors XVIII, European Conference on Solid-State Transducers, 13-15 Sep 2004, Rome, Italy.

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Abstract:It is investigated how much energy can be delivered by a streaming current source. A streaming current and subsequent streaming potential originate when double layer charge is transported by hydrodynamic flow. Theory and a network model of such a source is presented and initial experimental results are given, showing a supplied power of 20 nW obtained by a pressure difference of 1 atm over a glass porous plug, using a 1-mM KCl solution. It is indicated how the rather low mechanical-to-electrical energy conversion efficiency can be increased.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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