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학술지 Save Energy on OLED Lighting by a Simple yet Powerful Technique
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김주연, 주철웅, 이종희, 우종창, 오지영, 백남섭, 추혜용, 이정익
RSC Advances, v.5 no.11, pp.8415-8421
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
Due to the very low light extraction efficiency of conventional organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), the application of OLEDs for next-generation lighting remains limited. Therefore, in order to enhance the light extraction efficiencies that result in improving the luminous efficacy (LE, lm W-1) and external quantum efficiency (ηEQE, %) of OLEDs, three different geometrically profiled, negatively nanostructured periodic semi-pyramid polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) layers are used to create a hole at depths of 500 nm, 650 nm, and 1000 nm; these are designated as the polymeric lighting extraction film (PLEF) I, PLEF II, and PLEF III, respectively. These layers are placed directly on the backside of the green emissive bottom-emitting OLED (BE-OLED) glass substrates as an outcoupling enhancement PLEF that improves the glass substrate/air interface. Through the simple combination with three different nanostructures on each green emissive BE-OLED, a maximum enhancement of up to 50% is achieved in the LE and ηEQE measured at the same brightness, which is 1.5 times higher than the reference green emissive BE-OLED without a PLEF. Therefore, global energy saving can be achieved through reducing the power consumption by up to 30% possibly estimated from LE using the integrated PLEFs.
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Air interface, External Quantum Efficiency, Glass substrate, Global energy saving, Low light, Next-generation, OLED lighting, Organic light-emitting diodes(OLEDS), Power Consumption, Save energy, light extraction efficiency