NANO LEAVES
submitted by
H.MOHAMED SUNFEER
INTRODUCTION
• Nano technology is the word making a huge resolution in our
science and Industry. It is a fascinating scien...
BIOMIMICRY TECHNOLOGY
• Biomimicry, a relatively modern technology, uses nanoleaves
attached to artificial trees and plant...
NANOLEAVES TECHNOLOGY
• Nanoleaves and stems are an emerging form of
renewable energy sources collecting energy from
the s...
TYPES OF TRANSDUCERS USED IN
NANOLEAVES
• PHOTO VOLTAIC CELLS
• THERMO VOLTAIC CELLS
• PIEZO VOLTAIC CELLS
MECHANISAM OF NANO LEAF
• When we insert the THERMO VOLATIC
CELLS, PHOTO VOLATIC CELLS & PIEZO-
ELECTRIC CELLS into the tr...
• The Nano PIEZO-ELECTRIC cells is thin
like a natural leaf, when outside
forces like the wind pushes the Nan
leaf back an...
WORKING OF THERMO VOLATIC IN
NANOLEAVE TECHNOLOGY
• Out of two junctions T1 and T2, T2 is
kept at constant reference tempe...
WORKING OF THERMO VOLATIC IN
NANOLEAVE TECHNOLOGY
• When the sunlight strikes the
photo voltaic cells the thin p-
doped up...
WORKING OF PIEZO-ELECTRIC CELLS
IN NANO LEAF TECHNOLOGY
• Piezoelectric cells are
worked based on the
piezoelectric effect...
USE OF INVERTER IN NANO LEAF
TECHNOLOGY
• The inverter is a DC to AC
converter circuit used in this
nano leave technology....
PERFECT TREES FOR NANOLEAVE
TECHNOLOGY
• THE BROAD LEAF TREES
• THE SOLAR BOTANIC TREES
• The BROAD LEAF TREES can provide 3500 KWH
to 7000KWH per year, besides providing shade,
breeze and beauty.
• SOLAR BOTANIC’S EVER GREEN TREES can provide
2500 KWH and 7000 KWH per year. These trees
are good for mountainous region...
PERFECT PLACE FOR THIS
TECHNOLOGY
• The desert has a unique beauty
and an abundance source of
renewable energy, we believe...
DISADVANTAGES
• It is very difficult to interface the nanocells
into the trees leaves.
• Cost of this technology is very h...
CONCLUSION
By these nanoleaves we
can try to solve our future
energy demands .Besides
high energy generation it
is eco-fri...
Thank You…….
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Nano leaves(1)

nano leaves
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. NANO LEAVES submitted by H.MOHAMED SUNFEER
  • 2. INTRODUCTION • Nano technology is the word making a huge resolution in our science and Industry. It is a fascinating science for many scientists as it offers them many challenges, and one such challenge is creating nanoleaves using the solar Botanic technology. By using these nanoleaves , they try to solve our biggest problem in these years. • Yes! We will witness a world where there will be scarcity for energy resources, but mankind is blessed that we are provided with the solar and air which will last for millions of years. And recently with the emerging nanotechnology, scientists are working on the new content called the nanoleaves that will help to produce electricity with the help of solar power which can serve our future energy demands. • In the near future it is expected to face a huge energy crisis. In this paper we intend to light on how exactly the nanoleaves can be achieved and what are the future aspect and prospects.
  • 3. BIOMIMICRY TECHNOLOGY • Biomimicry, a relatively modern technology, uses nanoleaves attached to artificial trees and plants to capture solar energy. These exclusively designed nanoleaves contain tiny photo voltaic and thermo voltaic modules that gather heat and light from solar energy, converting this into electrical energy. • The design of the nanoleaves is based on the principles of photosynthesis, a natural process where plants extract the light from solar energy, and along with CO2 from the atmosphere, convert it to starch and oxygen, the oxygen being emitted to the atmosphere. • However, nanoleaves development has gone a step further, in that they are capable of harvesting the thermal and light energy from the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity. The stem of the nanoleaves are designed to collect kinetic energy from the wind, which is also converted into electrical energy.
  • 4. NANOLEAVES TECHNOLOGY • Nanoleaves and stems are an emerging form of renewable energy sources collecting energy from the sun and wind and converting it into electrical energy. The leaves are distributed throughout artificial trees and plants, and when operating at optimum efficiency, it can supply whole household with electricity. • Solar nano technology is used to collect THERMAL, LIGHT and WIND energy, the leaves and stems incorporate minuscule cells
  • 5. TYPES OF TRANSDUCERS USED IN NANOLEAVES • PHOTO VOLTAIC CELLS • THERMO VOLTAIC CELLS • PIEZO VOLTAIC CELLS
  • 6. MECHANISAM OF NANO LEAF • When we insert the THERMO VOLATIC CELLS, PHOTO VOLATIC CELLS & PIEZO- ELECTRIC CELLS into the tree leaves, that leaves act as artificial leave in the tree. • The THERMO VOLATIC cell is used to convert the sunlight thermal energy into electrical energy in that artificial leaves. • Nano PHOTO VOLTAIC cells convert the invisible light, known as infrared light or radiation, we can't see it, but we can feel it - it's warm - that's why we call it radiation. Due to the photo voltaic cells in our Nanoleaves it converts this thermal radiation into electricity.
  • 7. • The Nano PIEZO-ELECTRIC cells is thin like a natural leaf, when outside forces like the wind pushes the Nan leaf back and forth, mechanical stresses appear in the petiole, twig and branches. The more wind there is, the more Nanoleaves are moved. Wind which moves thousands of Nanoleaves in a tree canopy is causing mechanical strain in the petiole, twigs and branches. Nano piezo-electric elements incorporated in the petiole twigs and branches are the tiny Nano piezo-electric elements that will generate millions and millions of Pico watts electricity.
  • 8. WORKING OF THERMO VOLATIC IN NANOLEAVE TECHNOLOGY • Out of two junctions T1 and T2, T2 is kept at constant reference temperature. Hence it is referred as cold junction. • The temperature changes to be measured are subjected to the junction T1, which is referred as hot junction. • When T1>T2, an EMF is generated due to the generator gradient. • The magnitude of emf depends on the materials used for wires and temperature difference between T1 and T2. • That emf produces electrical energy and that energy is stored in the inverter.
  • 9. WORKING OF THERMO VOLATIC IN NANOLEAVE TECHNOLOGY • When the sunlight strikes the photo voltaic cells the thin p- doped upper layer absorbs the electrons in the n-layer which causes formation of conduction electrons and holes. • These conduction electrons and holes are separated by depletion region potential of the P-N junction. • When a load is connected across the cell, the depletion region potential causes the photo current to the inverter in the tree trunk.
  • 10. WORKING OF PIEZO-ELECTRIC CELLS IN NANO LEAF TECHNOLOGY • Piezoelectric cells are worked based on the piezoelectric effect in this nano leaf technology. • In this technology a crystal is placed in between two metal electrodes
  • 11. USE OF INVERTER IN NANO LEAF TECHNOLOGY • The inverter is a DC to AC converter circuit used in this nano leave technology. • It is fixed in the trunk part of the tree. • All the TV,PV,PE cells • output is connected internally to the inverter. • The total output AC voltage is taken out of this inverter. • We can get 8 kw power access from inverter to the electrical applications.
  • 12. PERFECT TREES FOR NANOLEAVE TECHNOLOGY • THE BROAD LEAF TREES • THE SOLAR BOTANIC TREES
  • 13. • The BROAD LEAF TREES can provide 3500 KWH to 7000KWH per year, besides providing shade, breeze and beauty.
  • 14. • SOLAR BOTANIC’S EVER GREEN TREES can provide 2500 KWH and 7000 KWH per year. These trees are good for mountainous regions and hill sides, as they provide good sound absorbers. • Solar Botanics has also planned a variety of smaller artificial shrubs for your smaller electrical needs, like household appliances. Solar Botanic has Nan leaf roof and wall carpets that can be easily installed with various leaf designs.
  • 15. PERFECT PLACE FOR THIS TECHNOLOGY • The desert has a unique beauty and an abundance source of renewable energy, we believe that we can preserve the beauty and exploit its resources without doing damage to the desert Ecosystem. • Every desert highway mile can generate as much as 1.2MW of clean electricity per year, or power over 200 homes. Protects the environment from otherwise releasing 800 tons of CO2.
  • 16. DISADVANTAGES • It is very difficult to interface the nanocells into the trees leaves. • Cost of this technology is very high. • Very difficult to interface the inverter to the tree trunk.
  • 17. CONCLUSION By these nanoleaves we can try to solve our future energy demands .Besides high energy generation it is eco-friendly method of generating power with no sign of pollution.
  • 18. Thank You…….