Enhancing nanofibrous acoustic energy harvesters with AI

Researchers at the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation have used AI to enhance nanofibrous acoustic energy harvesters (NAEH). These devices capture ambient sound and convert it into electrical energy. By using AI, they optimized the fabrication of PVDF/PU nanofibers, resulting in a more efficient energy harvester with a power density 2.5 times higher and energy conversion efficiency of 66% compared to conventional methods. This advancement has significant potential for applications in wearable electronics and medical devices.

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