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Energie am Körper gewinnen

(2006) ELEKTRONIK. 55(17). p.34-41
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Discusses collection of energy for powering electronic microsystems from the human body, with special reference to wireless powering of sensors and actors, using body thermal (thermo-electric Seebeck effect) and body movement effects. Illustrates a wrist-mounted body-to-external atmosphere thermoelectric generator to produce 10 to 15 microwatts per transducer square cm from "thermo-columns" mounted on human beings or on warm-blooded animals. Movement energy can be obtained from internal vibrations. Also refers to design of electrostatic, electromagnetic and piezoelectric energy generators
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vibrations, Seebeck effect, piezoelectric devices, micromechanical devices, electrostatic devices, electromagnetic devices

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Vullers, Ruud JM, Vladimir Leonov, Tom Sterken, and Andreas Schmitz. 2006. “Energie Am Körper Gewinnen.” Elektronik 55 (17): 34–41.
APA
Vullers, R. J., Leonov, V., Sterken, T., & Schmitz, A. (2006). Energie am Körper gewinnen. ELEKTRONIK, 55(17), 34–41.
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Vullers RJ, Leonov V, Sterken T, Schmitz A. Energie am Körper gewinnen. ELEKTRONIK. 2006;55(17):34–41.
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Vullers, Ruud JM, Vladimir Leonov, Tom Sterken, et al. “Energie Am Körper Gewinnen.” ELEKTRONIK 55.17 (2006): 34–41. Print.
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  abstract     = {Discusses collection of energy for powering electronic microsystems from the human body, with special reference to wireless powering of sensors and actors, using body thermal (thermo-electric Seebeck effect) and body movement effects. Illustrates a wrist-mounted body-to-external atmosphere thermoelectric generator to produce 10 to 15 microwatts per transducer square cm from {\textacutedbl}thermo-columns{\textacutedbl} mounted on human beings or on warm-blooded animals. Movement energy can be obtained from internal vibrations. Also refers to design of electrostatic, electromagnetic and piezoelectric energy generators},
  author       = {Vullers, Ruud JM and Leonov, Vladimir and Sterken, Tom and Schmitz, Andreas},
  issn         = {0013-5658},
  journal      = {ELEKTRONIK},
  keyword      = {vibrations,Seebeck effect,piezoelectric devices,micromechanical devices,electrostatic devices,electromagnetic devices},
  language     = {ger},
  number       = {17},
  pages        = {34--41},
  title        = {Energie am K{\"o}rper gewinnen},
  volume       = {55},
  year         = {2006},
}

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