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Harvesting of river flow energy for wireless sensor network technology


Kamenar, Ervin; Zelenika, Saša; Blažević, David; Maćešić, Senka; Gregov, Goran; Marković, Kristina; Glažar, Vladimir
Harvesting of river flow energy for wireless sensor network technology // Microsystem technologies-micro-and nanosystems-information storage and processing systems, 22 (2016), 7; 1557-1574 doi:10.1007/s00542-015-2778-y (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Harvesting of river flow energy for wireless sensor network technology

Autori
Kamenar, Ervin ; Zelenika, Saša ; Blažević, David ; Maćešić, Senka ; Gregov, Goran ; Marković, Kristina ; Glažar, Vladimir

Izvornik
Microsystem technologies-micro-and nanosystems-information storage and processing systems (0946-7076) 22 (2016), 7; 1557-1574

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Wireless sensor nodes; pollution monitoring; watercourses; energy harvesting; miniaturised hydro-generator; piezoelectric eel; plucking; power management

Sažetak
River courses play a vital role in preserving unpolluted ecosystems. On the other hand, networks of sensor nodes can be used to measure characteristic parameters in the environment such as temperature, pressure, humidity or the concentration of pollutants. In the framework of the EU FP7 project “GOLDFISH”, technical competences of a consortium of 11 institutions are hence employed in designing, manufacturing, validating and operating wireless sensors nodes for tracking pollution in remote rivers. The sensor network is composed of sensor clusters located underwater and gateways on the riverbank with long-distance communication links to the central management and monitoring station. Each sensor node is composed of active electronic devices that have to be constantly powered. Batteries can generally be used for this purpose, but problems may occur when they are to be recharged or replaced, especially in the case of large networks placed in scarcely accessible locations. State-of-the-art energy harvesting technologies can hence constitute a viable powering solution. The possibility to use different small-scale river flow energy harvesting principles is thoroughly studied in this work by the University of Rijeka GOLDFISH team: a miniaturized hydro-generator, a ‘piezoelectric eel’ and a hybrid solution of a rotating shaft plucking a piezoelectric beam. The first two concepts are validated experimentally in a flow channel and in real river conditions. The miniaturized hydro-generator with suitable power management electronics is finally embedded into the wireless sensor node deployed into the river, allowing the GSM transmission of collected data to be successfully performed.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Strojarstvo, Temeljne tehničke znanosti

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