Paper Title:
The Electrodynamic Human Motion Energy Converter with Planar Structure
  Abstract

The performance of the electrodynamic human motion energy converter with planar structure is under investigation. The electrodynamic converter consists of a flat, spiral-shaped coil and a rectangular magnet that during human motion moves in respect to one another. During the motion of the rectangular magnet with a remanence 0.1 T over a flat, formed up as an Archimedes spiral coil with 25 turns, an average power of about 10 W is generated. The generator elements can both be deployed on a variety of clothing items which move relative to one another during the human motion, and also realizing the forced oscillation of the magnet during walking.

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36-39
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.222.36
Citation
J. Blums, G. Terlecka, A. Vilumsone, "The Electrodynamic Human Motion Energy Converter with Planar Structure", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 222, pp. 36-39, 2011
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April 2011
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