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OPTIMAL DESIGN OF VIBRATION GENERATOR FUNCTION PRODUCT AND VERIFICATION OF MODEL

Originální název

OPTIMAL DESIGN OF VIBRATION GENERATOR FUNCTION PRODUCT AND VERIFICATION OF MODEL

Anglický název

OPTIMAL DESIGN OF VIBRATION GENERATOR FUNCTION PRODUCT AND VERIFICATION OF MODEL

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This contribution deals with an alternative of feeding wireless sensors. This alternative uses the vibration generator, which generates electrical energy from an ambient mechanical vibration of monitoring device. The vibration generator is excited by the mechanical vibration and its construction products relative movement of the magnetic circuit. This movement induces voltage on the coil due to the Faraday's law. The vibration generator is a suitable source of electrical energy with output power around 5 mW to feed wireless sensors in aeronautics applications.

Anglický abstrakt

This contribution deals with an alternative of feeding wireless sensors. This alternative uses the vibration generator, which generates electrical energy from an ambient mechanical vibration of monitoring device. The vibration generator is excited by the mechanical vibration and its construction products relative movement of the magnetic circuit. This movement induces voltage on the coil due to the Faraday's law. The vibration generator is a suitable source of electrical energy with output power around 5 mW to feed wireless sensors in aeronautics applications.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT55094,
  author="Zdeněk {Hadaš} and Vladislav {Singule} and Čestmír {Ondrůšek}",
  title="OPTIMAL DESIGN OF VIBRATION GENERATOR FUNCTION PRODUCT AND VERIFICATION OF MODEL",
  annote="This contribution deals with an alternative of feeding wireless sensors. This alternative uses the vibration generator, which generates electrical energy from an ambient mechanical vibration of monitoring device. The vibration generator is excited by the mechanical vibration and its construction products relative movement of the magnetic circuit. This movement induces voltage on the coil due to the Faraday's law. The vibration generator is a suitable source of electrical energy with output power around 5 mW to feed wireless sensors in aeronautics applications.",
  booktitle="Simulation Modelling of Mechatronic Systems II",
  chapter="55094",
  edition="Mechatronika",
  year="2006",
  month="december",
  pages="85--97",
  type="book chapter"
}