Publication detail

Design of a vibraton microgenerator

HADAŠ, Z., SINGULE, V.

Original Title

Design of a vibraton microgenerator

English Title

Design of a vibraton microgenerator

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper proposes the design of a vibration microgenerator for generating electrical energy from mechanical energy. This power supply is used for independent feeding of passive sensors. The microgenerator is located on the part of a machine, which generates vibration while being in operation. This mechanical vibration with amplitude of 10 ěm and frequency about 37 Hz is the source of mechanical energy which is converted to electrical energy by the vibration microgenerator.

English abstract

This paper proposes the design of a vibration microgenerator for generating electrical energy from mechanical energy. This power supply is used for independent feeding of passive sensors. The microgenerator is located on the part of a machine, which generates vibration while being in operation. This mechanical vibration with amplitude of 10 ěm and frequency about 37 Hz is the source of mechanical energy which is converted to electrical energy by the vibration microgenerator.

Keywords

Microgenerator, Power supply, Vibration, Resonance

RIV year

2004

Released

08.11.2004

Publisher

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Machine Design, Západočeská Universita v Plzni

Location

Plzeň

ISBN

80-7043-330-2

Book

2nd International PhD Conference on Mechnical Engineering - PhD2004

Pages from

31

Pages to

32

Pages count

2

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT12321,
  author="Zdeněk {Hadaš} and Vladislav {Singule}",
  title="Design of a vibraton microgenerator",
  annote="This paper proposes the design of a vibration microgenerator for generating electrical energy from mechanical energy. This power supply is used for independent feeding of passive sensors. The microgenerator is located on the part of a machine, which generates vibration while being in operation. This mechanical vibration with amplitude of 10 ěm and frequency about 37 Hz is the source of mechanical energy which is converted to electrical energy by the vibration microgenerator.",
  address="Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Machine Design, Západočeská Universita v Plzni",
  booktitle="2nd International PhD Conference on Mechnical Engineering - PhD2004",
  chapter="12321",
  institution="Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Machine Design, Západočeská Universita v Plzni",
  year="2004",
  month="november",
  pages="31",
  publisher="Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Machine Design, Západočeská Universita v Plzni",
  type="conference paper"
}