a transistor-like liquid droplet powered electricity generator successfully breaks through the research bottleneck of low power density in traditional droplet generators. The proposed generators can produce a maximum power density up to 50.1 watts,increasing the power density and conversion efficiency of the original solid/liquid power generation technology by thousands of times.
The traditional low-frequency hydrokinetic power generation technology is limited by the interface effect, and its power density and energy conversion efficiency are low.
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