Volume 144, Number 5, December 2023
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Investigating a method for macroscale energy extraction from random electrons movement
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology - Isfahan, Iran
Received: 15 August 2023
Accepted: 5 December 2023
This paper aims to investigate a novel method for regularizing the random movements of electrons, in order to generate net movement and extract energy from the resulting electromotive force. The proposed method involves designing anisotropic conditions, focusing on exploring the effects of surface roughness on a metal wire in a two-dimensional space with the presence of a magnetic field. This paper presents a mathematical model for studying the proposed method. Furthermore, simulation results are analyzed and discussed in the context of the proposed method. By investigating the effects of surface roughness on electrons movement and voltage generation, this paper aims to contribute to the development of new methods for energy extraction from random electrons movement.
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