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100 1  Yang, Bin|c(Associate professor),|eauthor. 
245 10 Micro and nano energy harvesting technologies /|cBin Yang,
       Huicong Liu, Jingquan Liu, Chengkuo Lee. 
264  1 Boston :|bArtech House,|c[2015] 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    1 online resource (305 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Artech House microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) library
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Preface; 1 Piezoelectric MEMS Vibration Energy Harvesting;
       1.1 Working Principle; 1.2 Mechanical and Electrical 
       Modeling; 1.3 Fabrication of Piezoelectric MEMS Energy 
       Harvesters; 2 Electromagnetic MEMS Vibration Energy 
       Harvesting; 2.1 Basic Principle and Modeling; 2.2 
       Characterization of Coils and Magnets; 2.3 Review of 
       Existing Electromagnetic Energy Harvesters; 3 
       Electrostatic MEMS Vibration Energy Harvesting; 3.1 Basic 
       Principles; 3.2 Electret-Free Electrostatic 
       Microharvesters; 4 Triboelectric Energy Harvesting; 4.1 
       Working Principle; 4.2 Materials and Fabrication. 
505 8  4.3 Development of Triboelectric Energy Harvesters5 
       Strategies for High-Performance Vibration Energy 
       Harvesters; 5.1 Hybrid Energy Conversion Strategies; 5.2 
       Frequency Broadening Strategies; 6 Microelectronic 
       Circuits for Vibration Energy Harvesting; 6.1 Overview of 
       Energy-Harvesting Electronics; 6.2 Case Study of Energy-
       Harvesting Electronics; 7 MEMS Acoustic Energy Harvesting;
       7.1 Working Principle; 7.2 Acoustic Microharvester; 7.3 
       Application of Acoustic Energy Harvester; 8 MEMS Wind-Flow
       Energy Harvesting; 8.1 Small-Scale Windmills for Energy 
       Harvesting. 
505 8  8.2 Wind-Belt Fluttering for Energy Harvesting8.3 Vortex-
       Induced Vibration for Energy Harvesting; 8.4 Helmholtz 
       Resonance for Energy Harvesting; 8.5 MEMS-Based Air-Flow 
       Energy Harvesting; 9 MEMS Thermal Energy Harvesting; 9.1 
       Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting; 9.2 Pyroelectric Energy 
       Harvesting; 10 Nano-Based Energy Harvesting; 10.1 
       Piezoelectric Effect in Nanowires and Nanofibers; 10.2 ZnO
       Nanowire Harvesters; 10.3 Organic PVDF-Based Nanofiber 
       Harvesters; 10.4 PZT Nanofiber Harvesters; 11 Applications
       of Energy Harvesters; 11.1 Bio-MEMS Applications. 
505 8  11.2 Tire Pressure Monitoring in Automobiles11.3 
       Structural Health Monitoring; About the Authors; Index. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520 3  Seeking renewable and clean energies is essential for 
       releasing the heavy reliance on mineral-based energy and 
       remedying the threat of global warming to our environment.
       In the last decade, explosive growth in research and 
       development efforts devoted to microelectromechanical 
       systems (MEMS) technology and nanowires-related 
       nanotechnology have paved a great foundation for new 
       mechanisms of harvesting mechanical energy at the micro/
       nano-meter scale. MEMS-based inertial sensors have been 
       the enabler for numerous applications associated with 
       smart phones, tablets, and mobile electronics. This is a 
       valuable reference for all those faced with the 
       challenging problems created by the ever-increasing 
       interest in MEMS and nanotechnology-based energy 
       harvesters and their applications.nnThis book presents 
       fundamental physics, theoretical design, and method of 
       modeling for four mainstream energy harvesting mechanisms 
       -- piezoelectric, electromagnetic, electrostatic, and 
       triboelectric. Readers are provided with a comprehensive 
       technical review and historical view of each mechanism. 
       The authors also present current challenges in energy 
       harvesting technology, technical reviews, design 
       requirements, case studies, along with unique and 
       representative examples of energy harvester applications.
       |cPublisher abstract. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Energy harvesting. 
650  0 Energy conversion. 
650  0 Power resources. 
650  0 Nanotechnology. 
655  0 Electronic books. 
700 1  Liu, Huicong,|eauthor. 
700 1  Liu, Jingquan|c(Professor),|eauthor. 
700 1  Lee, Chengkuo,|eauthor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aYang, Bin (Associate professor).|tMicro 
       and nano energy harvesting technologies.|dBoston : Artech 
       House, [2015]|z9781608078141|w(DLC)  2015431617
       |w(OCoLC)897883288 
830  0 Microelectromechanical systems series. 
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