Ferroelectric Materials for Energy Applications
1. Auflage November 2018
XII, 372 Seiten, Hardcover
Edited by the "father of integrated ferroelectrics", this is a comprehensive summary of emerging applications for ferroelectric materials in energy-related fields, reviewing both recent advances and future perspectives.
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Provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging applications of ferroelectric materials in energy harvesting and storage
Conventional ferroelectric materials are normally used in sensors and actuators, memory devices, and field effect transistors, etc. Recent progress in this area showed that ferroelectric materials can harvest energy from multiple sources including mechanical energy, thermal fluctuations, and light. This book gives a complete summary of the novel energy-related applications of ferroelectric materials?and reviews both the recent advances as well as the future perspectives in this field.
Beginning with the fundamentals of ferroelectric materials, Ferroelectric Materials for Energy Applications offers in-depth chapter coverage of: piezoelectric energy generation; ferroelectric photovoltaics; organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites for solar energy conversion; ferroelectric ceramics and thin films in electric energy storage; ferroelectric polymer composites in electric energy storage; pyroelectric energy harvesting; ferroelectrics in electrocaloric cooling; ferroelectric in photocatalysis; and first-principles calculations on ferroelectrics for energy applications.
-Covers a highly application-oriented subject with great potential for energy conversion and storage applications.
-Focused toward a large, interdisciplinary group consisting of material scientists, solid state physicists, engineering scientists, and industrial researchers
-Edited by the "father of integrated ferroelectrics"
Ferroelectric Materials for Energy Applications is an excellent book for researchers working on ferroelectric materials and energy materials, as well as engineers looking to broaden their view of the field.
Chapter 2. Piezoelectronic energy generation
Chapter 3. Ferroelectric photovoltaics
Chapter 4. Organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites for solar energy conversion
Chapter 5. Ferroelectric ceramics and thin films in electric energy storage
Chapter 6. Ferroelectric polymer composites in electric energy storage
Chapter 7. Pyroelectric energy harvesting
Chapter 8. Ferroelectrics in electrocaloric cooling
Chapter 9. Ferroelectric in photocatalysis
Chapter 10. First-principles calculations on ferroelectrics for energy applications
Chapter 11. Future perspectives
James F. Scott, PhD, is Professor in the School of Physics and Astronomy and in the School of Chemistry at University of St Andrews, UK. He is an experimental condensed matter physicist with a strong interest in ferroelectric oxides and fluorides.