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This graphene circuit produces energy indefinitely

Unread Messageby jean.caissepas » 07/10/20, 12:06

To read here:

https://www.journaldugeek.com/2020/10/0 ... efiniment/

"Researchers at the University of Arkansas have just succeeded in creating a graphene circuit capable of" providing clean, unlimited low-voltage power to small devices or sensors ", although a famous theory claimed that it was impossible. "

This graphene circuit produces energy indefinitely

Will graphene one day establish itself as an ideal energy source to replace carbon? Many brands are indeed relying on this material to create new batteries, like Tesla or Samsung. Its many properties could even revolutionize water filtration in the long term. Nevertheless, the use of graphene to harvest energy is still subject to debate, since a famous theory by physicist Richard Feynman assumed that it was impossible to extract energy from Brownian motion, i.e. thermal motion. atoms.

Yet this is the hypothesis made by physics researchers at the American University of Arkansas, in a new study published in the journal Physical examination E. They explain having created " a graphene-based energy harvesting circuit that can be integrated into a chip to provide clean, unlimited low-voltage power to small devices or sensors. This circuit with the particular design (and detailed in the video below) made it possible, at room temperature, to produce an alternating current with graphene in monolayer form. Thanks to two opposing diodes, the researchers managed to circulate pulsed direct current, which is thus able to produce unlimited enough energy to power a small electronic circuit.

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 07/10/20, 13:06

Please note that this is not an energy generator but a recuperator ...energy not coming from nowhere ... if ???

a circuit of energy recovery Graphene based that can be embedded in a chip to provide clean, unlimited low voltage power to small devices or sensors


The explanatory video:



It remains interesting ... even if I did not understand everything (or rather understood nothing!)
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Unread Messageby ABC2019 » 07/10/20, 13:47

jean.caissepas wrote:To read here:

https://www.journaldugeek.com/2020/10/0 ... efiniment/

"Researchers at the University of Arkansas have just succeeded in creating a graphene circuit capable of" providing clean, unlimited low-voltage power to small devices or sensors ", although a famous theory claimed that it was impossible. "

This graphene circuit produces energy indefinitely

Will graphene one day establish itself as an ideal energy source to replace carbon? Many brands are indeed relying on this material to create new batteries, like Tesla or Samsung. Its many properties could even revolutionize water filtration in the long term. Nevertheless, the use of graphene to harvest energy is still subject to debate, since a famous theory by physicist Richard Feynman assumed that it was impossible to extract energy from Brownian motion, i.e. thermal motion. atoms.

Yet this is the hypothesis made by physics researchers at the American University of Arkansas, in a new study published in the journal Physical examination E. They explain having created " a graphene-based energy harvesting circuit that can be integrated into a chip to provide clean, unlimited low-voltage power to small devices or sensors. This circuit with the particular design (and detailed in the video below) made it possible, at room temperature, to produce an alternating current with graphene in monolayer form. Thanks to two opposing diodes, the researchers managed to circulate pulsed direct current, which is thus able to produce unlimited enough energy to power a small electronic circuit.

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pff .... it is not a theory of the physicist Richard Feynmann, it is the second principle of thermodynamics, which has a universal scope. Still great Portenawak in the bottle, and even in the barrel. Either they misunderstood the article or it was written by impostors.
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Unread Messageby ABC2019 » 07/10/20, 13:48

"the journal Physical examination E."
It's Physical Review E !!! : Evil: what crazy ...

Other than that I looked at the article and nowhere does it say that it violates the second principle. It is even written
Numerical simulations show that the system reaches thermal equilibrium and the average rates of heat and work provided by stochastic thermodynamics tend quickly to zero.

what they measure are statistical fluctuations around equilibrium, it has nothing to do with a generator. Or there is a hot source and a cold source, and it's just a thermal machine.
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Unread Messageby eclectron » 07/10/20, 16:48

Christophe wrote:Please note that this is not an energy generator but a recuperator ...energy not coming from nowhere ... if ???

In fact, this device always respects the laws of thermodynamics, like any good device called "free energy" or "free energy". : Wink:
Who would dare claim to create energy out of nothing? ... only the universe has been able to do this at least once. : Mrgreen:

As I understand it, this device is a nifty heat pump that converts it directly into electricity.
Not all included in detail either ... : roll:
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Unread Messageby thibr » 07/10/20, 19:03

... create energy from nothing? ... only the universe has been able to do this at least once ...
it is not because we do not know what was there before that there was nothing : Mrgreen:
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thibr wrote:.
it is not because we do not know what was there before that there was nothing : Mrgreen:

Absolutely, but what created this non-nothing? : Lol:
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 07/10/20, 19:11

thibr wrote:it is not because we do not know what was there before that there was nothing : Mrgreen:


+1 suddenly the only thing we know is that we know nothing! : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 07/10/20, 19:14

eclectron wrote:
thibr wrote:.
it is not because we do not know what was there before that there was nothing : Mrgreen:

Absolutely, but what created this non-nothing? : Lol:


Hey, wouldn't you try to confuse us?

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Unread Messageby phil59 » 07/10/20, 19:18

Nothing, it's not much.

But It's made of very little things.

As long as It goes and it comes back ....

Nothing, res nihil?
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