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Tao Deng – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • efficient solar thermal energy harvest driven by interfacial plasmonic heating assisted evaporation
    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016
    Co-Authors: Chao Chang, Chao Yang, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Jianbo Wu, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    The plasmonic heating effect of noble nanoparticles has recently received tremendous attention for various important applications. Herein, we report the utilization of interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation for efficient and facile solar-thermal energy harvest. An Airlaid paper-supported gold nanoparticle thin film was placed at the thermal energy conversion region within a sealed chamber to convert solar energy into thermal energy. The generated thermal energy instantly vaporizes the water underneath into hot vapors that quickly diffuse to the thermal energy release region of the chamber to condense into liquids and release the collected thermal energy. The condensed water automatically flows back to the thermal energy conversion region under the capillary force from the hydrophilic copper mesh. Such an approach simultaneously realizes efficient solar-to-thermal energy conversion and rapid transportation of converted thermal energy to target application terminals. Compared to conventional ext…

  • Efficient solar-thermal energy harvest driven by interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation
    ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2016
    Co-Authors: Chao Chang, Chao Yang, Yanming Liu, Peng Tao, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Jianbo Wu, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    The plasmonic heating effect of noble nano particles has recently received tremendous attention for various important applications. Herein, we report the utilization of interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation for efficient and facile solar-thermal energy harvest. An Airlaid paper-supported gold nanoparticle thin film was placed at the thermal energy conversion region within a sealed chamber to convert solar energy into thermal energy. The generated thermal energy instantly vaporizes the water underneath into hot vapors that quickly diffuse to the thermal energy release region of the chamber to condense into liquids and release the collected thermal energy. The condensed water automatically flows back to the thermal energy conversion region under the capillary force from the hydrophilic copper mesh. Such an approach simultaneously realizes efficient solar-to-thermal energy conversion and rapid transportation of converted thermal energy to target application terminals. Compared to conventional external photothermal conversion design, the solar-thermal harvesting device driven by the internal plasmonic heating effect has reduced the overall thermal resistance by more than 50% and has demonstrated more than 25% improvement of solar water heating efficiency.

  • a bioinspired reusable paper based system for high performance large scale evaporation
    Advanced Materials, 2015
    Co-Authors: Shengtao Yu, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Rui Feng, Antoine Bernard, Yao Zhang, Haoze Duan, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    : A bioinspired, reusable, paper-based gold-nanoparticle film is fabricated by depositing an as-prepared gold-nanoparticle thin film on Airlaid paper. This paper-based system with enhanced surface roughness and low thermal conductivity exhibits increased efficiency of evaporation, scale-up potential, and proven reusability. It is also demonstrated to be potentially useful in seawater desalination.

Wen Shang – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • efficient solar thermal energy harvest driven by interfacial plasmonic heating assisted evaporation
    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016
    Co-Authors: Chao Chang, Chao Yang, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Jianbo Wu, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    The plasmonic heating effect of noble nanoparticles has recently received tremendous attention for various important applications. Herein, we report the utilization of interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation for efficient and facile solar-thermal energy harvest. An Airlaid paper-supported gold nanoparticle thin film was placed at the thermal energy conversion region within a sealed chamber to convert solar energy into thermal energy. The generated thermal energy instantly vaporizes the water underneath into hot vapors that quickly diffuse to the thermal energy release region of the chamber to condense into liquids and release the collected thermal energy. The condensed water automatically flows back to the thermal energy conversion region under the capillary force from the hydrophilic copper mesh. Such an approach simultaneously realizes efficient solar-to-thermal energy conversion and rapid transportation of converted thermal energy to target application terminals. Compared to conventional ext…

  • Efficient solar-thermal energy harvest driven by interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation
    ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2016
    Co-Authors: Chao Chang, Chao Yang, Yanming Liu, Peng Tao, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Jianbo Wu, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    The plasmonic heating effect of noble nano particles has recently received tremendous attention for various important applications. Herein, we report the utilization of interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation for efficient and facile solar-thermal energy harvest. An Airlaid paper-supported gold nanoparticle thin film was placed at the thermal energy conversion region within a sealed chamber to convert solar energy into thermal energy. The generated thermal energy instantly vaporizes the water underneath into hot vapors that quickly diffuse to the thermal energy release region of the chamber to condense into liquids and release the collected thermal energy. The condensed water automatically flows back to the thermal energy conversion region under the capillary force from the hydrophilic copper mesh. Such an approach simultaneously realizes efficient solar-to-thermal energy conversion and rapid transportation of converted thermal energy to target application terminals. Compared to conventional external photothermal conversion design, the solar-thermal harvesting device driven by the internal plasmonic heating effect has reduced the overall thermal resistance by more than 50% and has demonstrated more than 25% improvement of solar water heating efficiency.

  • a bioinspired reusable paper based system for high performance large scale evaporation
    Advanced Materials, 2015
    Co-Authors: Shengtao Yu, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Rui Feng, Antoine Bernard, Yao Zhang, Haoze Duan, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    : A bioinspired, reusable, paper-based gold-nanoparticle film is fabricated by depositing an as-prepared gold-nanoparticle thin film on Airlaid paper. This paper-based system with enhanced surface roughness and low thermal conductivity exhibits increased efficiency of evaporation, scale-up potential, and proven reusability. It is also demonstrated to be potentially useful in seawater desalination.

Chao Chang – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • efficient solar thermal energy harvest driven by interfacial plasmonic heating assisted evaporation
    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2016
    Co-Authors: Chao Chang, Chao Yang, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Jianbo Wu, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    The plasmonic heating effect of noble nanoparticles has recently received tremendous attention for various important applications. Herein, we report the utilization of interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation for efficient and facile solar-thermal energy harvest. An Airlaid paper-supported gold nanoparticle thin film was placed at the thermal energy conversion region within a sealed chamber to convert solar energy into thermal energy. The generated thermal energy instantly vaporizes the water underneath into hot vapors that quickly diffuse to the thermal energy release region of the chamber to condense into liquids and release the collected thermal energy. The condensed water automatically flows back to the thermal energy conversion region under the capillary force from the hydrophilic copper mesh. Such an approach simultaneously realizes efficient solar-to-thermal energy conversion and rapid transportation of converted thermal energy to target application terminals. Compared to conventional ext…

  • Efficient solar-thermal energy harvest driven by interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation
    ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2016
    Co-Authors: Chao Chang, Chao Yang, Yanming Liu, Peng Tao, Chengyi Song, Wen Shang, Jianbo Wu, Tao Deng

    Abstract:

    The plasmonic heating effect of noble nano particles has recently received tremendous attention for various important applications. Herein, we report the utilization of interfacial plasmonic heating-assisted evaporation for efficient and facile solar-thermal energy harvest. An Airlaid paper-supported gold nanoparticle thin film was placed at the thermal energy conversion region within a sealed chamber to convert solar energy into thermal energy. The generated thermal energy instantly vaporizes the water underneath into hot vapors that quickly diffuse to the thermal energy release region of the chamber to condense into liquids and release the collected thermal energy. The condensed water automatically flows back to the thermal energy conversion region under the capillary force from the hydrophilic copper mesh. Such an approach simultaneously realizes efficient solar-to-thermal energy conversion and rapid transportation of converted thermal energy to target application terminals. Compared to conventional external photothermal conversion design, the solar-thermal harvesting device driven by the internal plasmonic heating effect has reduced the overall thermal resistance by more than 50% and has demonstrated more than 25% improvement of solar water heating efficiency.