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univesity project idea on 'Energy Harvesting'
Hi every one!!!
For my final year project, i have decided to implement a energy harvesting application. As to point out the uniquness of my project i also have decided to use multiple sources to harvest energy in the same application. With some threshold level, the microcontroller will decide which are to be connected with the load. Though this has been the idea, it is hard to figure out in which kind of application i should use the above mentioned system.
For example using sources such as heat & wind in a motor bicycle. But where to make use this energy is the problem i'm currently working on. As i have seen in the internet, EH wireless sensors are also a very famous topic these days. So please be kind enough to suggest me a appropriate application to my system, and i urge every one to assist me with the project as it further evolves.
Thanking you in advance,
if you explain as block i'm sure that will help each other to understand you.
There are many resources available to you on the internet and in journal articles. I am confident that you will be able to take ownership and complete the design yourself. It is important that your work be your own. TI will be able to assist you by providing a few free IC samples, and if you find an EVM that suits your needs, you can buy one through the eStore to speed your development.
I have decided to design a battery charger to be used in rural areas using several energy harvesters. But my question is it still an EH application because in many articles in the internet EH dosent relate to charging a battery as the end application. I'm sorry for the confusion but please correct me if i'm wrong...thank you
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