Nanoscale Energy Transport and Harvesting introduces current computational technology and examines the applications of nano structures in renewable energy, and the associated research topics. It addresses the current commonly used computational technologies, and their applications in study of nanoscale energy transport and conversion. Nanoscale Energy Transport and Harvesting will be useful to graduate-level students who want to explore this new field of research. With content relevant to both academic and commercial viewpoints, Nanoscale Energy Transport and Harvesting will also interest researchers and postgraduates as well as consultants in the renewable energy industry.
- Molecular Dynamics
- Simulations for Computing Thermal Conductivity of Nano Materials
- Nonequilibrium Phonon Green's Function
- Simulation and Its Application to Carbon Nanotubes
- Thermal Conduction of Graphene
- Ballistic Thermal Transport by Phonons at Low Temperatures in Low-Dimensional Quantum Structures
- Surface functionalization induced thermal conductivity attenuation in silicon nanowires: A molecular dynamics study
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