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New Subject Energy Harvesting for Education of Mechatronics

Originální název

New Subject Energy Harvesting for Education of Mechatronics

Anglický název

New Subject Energy Harvesting for Education of Mechatronics

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en

Originální abstrakt

This papers deals with the new subject for education of mechatronics in Brno University of Technology. The new subject Energy Harvesting is prepared for students of the master study programme mechatronics. This subject presents overview of power sources for autonomous mechatronic applications. Nowadays power sources can be classified as energy reservoirs (batteries, super-capacitors, fuel cells, etc.), power distribution methods (wiring, laser, RF, acoustic, etc.) or energy harvesting methods. This new subject deals principally with unique ways of generating energy from surroundings of engineering systems.

Anglický abstrakt

This papers deals with the new subject for education of mechatronics in Brno University of Technology. The new subject Energy Harvesting is prepared for students of the master study programme mechatronics. This subject presents overview of power sources for autonomous mechatronic applications. Nowadays power sources can be classified as energy reservoirs (batteries, super-capacitors, fuel cells, etc.), power distribution methods (wiring, laser, RF, acoustic, etc.) or energy harvesting methods. This new subject deals principally with unique ways of generating energy from surroundings of engineering systems.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101424,
  author="Zdeněk {Hadaš} and Vladislav {Singule}",
  title="New Subject Energy Harvesting for Education of Mechatronics",
  annote="This papers deals with the new subject for education of mechatronics in Brno University of Technology. The new subject Energy Harvesting is prepared for students of the master study programme mechatronics. This subject presents overview of power sources for autonomous mechatronic applications. Nowadays power sources can be classified as energy reservoirs (batteries, super-capacitors, fuel cells, etc.), power distribution methods (wiring, laser, RF, acoustic, etc.) or energy harvesting methods. This new subject deals principally with unique ways of generating energy from surroundings of engineering systems.",
  address="AD University of Trencin",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 13th international symposium on mechatronics, Mechatronika 2010",
  chapter="101424",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="AD University of Trencin",
  year="2010",
  month="june",
  pages="16--17",
  publisher="AD University of Trencin",
  type="conference paper"
}