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Energy Harvesting Autonomous Sensor Systems by Yen Kheng Tan

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Wind Energy Harvesting System

Like any of the common renewable energy sources, wind energy harvesting (WEH) has been widely studied and researched for high-power applications where large wind turbine generators are used for supplying power to remote loads and grid-connected applications [5556]. However, to my best knowledge, few research works can be found in the literature that discuss the issue of small-scale WEH [35, 60], and those are miniature in size and highly portable to power small autonomous sensors deployed in remote locations for sensing or even to endure long-term exposure to a hostile environment such as a forest fire. In addition, energy harvesting from wind, the incoming wind speed can be sensed to determine the outbreak ...

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