Design and construction of supercapacitor by researcher of science and research unit
For the first time in the Middle East, a postdoctoral researcher at the Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch managed to build a superconductor based on carbon nanotubes.
According to the Public Relations Department of the Islamic Azad University, quoted by the Science and Research Unit, Dr. Layla Fakri, the first postgraduate physics researcher of the unit in connection with his research, said that with population growth, more energy consumption and limited resources, the need for resources The other energy is felt to be replaced. Significant efforts have been made in research and development of more energy efficient devices and storage systems.
He continued: One of the storage methods is the supercapacitor, known as electrochemical capacitors. Supercapacitors can be used in a variety of applications for energy storage independently or in combination with batteries or fuel cells.
The first PhD, arguing that the main advantages of supercapacitors can be the number of recharging and discharge, high energy storage capacity, and wide range of thermal intervals, stated: The major difference between super capacitors and batteries during charging and repeating It is under the load shift mechanism.
"Because of the rapid movement of frequencies, super-capacitors can be fully charged in a matter of seconds, and electrostatic interactions are completely inversely proportional," he continued. Therefore, the super capacitors have the ability to repeat (recharge for many times), which will increase their lifespan.
A postgraduate student at the Science and Research Unit said: Currently, portable wireless communications, industrial power supplies, high-energy storage for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles are used.
According to the first hypocrite, since super-capacitors are expensive, they should be cheaply produced, so cheap materials should be used, and they should be made with cheaper manufacturing methods.
A scientist and research unit scientist added: "In this project, we have tried to make a paper supercapacitor using ordinary paper and nanoscale material, which is both affordable and environmentally friendly." Such projects have the same characteristics and characteristics for the first time in the Middle East, and they are of great importance in various industries. This project has been conducted with Dr. Mohammad Quranel, MD, head of the Center for Plasma Physics Research.