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Human power-based energy harvesting strategies for mobile electronic devices

Dewei JIA, Jing LIU

Frontiers in Energy 2009, Volume 3, Issue 1,   Pages 27-46 doi: 10.1007/s11708-009-0002-4

Abstract: Energy problems arise with the proliferation of mobile electronic devices, which range from entertainmentwhich is strong enough to power mobile or even implantable medical devices which could be used for aelectricity generation methods based on human power which would serve as promising candidates for future mobileenergy is generally extracted in the form of enforcement or displacement excitation.Finally, future prospects in harvesting energy from human power are made in conclusion.

Keywords: mobile electronic device     human power     energy harvesting     micro/miniaturized generator     battery     green energy    

Emerging technologies to power next generation mobile electronic devices using solar energy

Dewei JIA , Yubo DUAN , Jing LIU ,

Frontiers in Energy 2009, Volume 3, Issue 3,   Pages 262-288 doi: 10.1007/s11708-009-0015-z

Abstract: Mobile electronic devices such as MP3, mobile phones, and wearable or implanted medical devices haveIn view of the huge amount of solar energy fueling the world biochemically and thermally, a carry-on

Keywords: photovoltaic conversion     energy harvesting     solar cell     maximum power point track algorithm     PV electricitystorage     mobile/standalone PV application    

Motion control of multi-actuator hydraulic systems for mobile machineries: Recent advancements and future

Bing XU, Min CHENG

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2018, Volume 13, Issue 2,   Pages 151-166 doi: 10.1007/s11465-018-0470-5

Abstract: upcoming trends in motion control technologies employed in designing multi-actuator hydraulic systems for mobileHydraulic systems have been extensively used in mobile machineries due to their superior power densityRecent advancements in energy-saving hydraulic technologies, such as individual metering, displacementThe impact of energy-saving hydraulic technologies on dynamic performance and control solutions are alsoThen, the advanced operation methods of multi-actuator mobile machineries are reviewed, including coordinated

Keywords: motion control     electrohydraulic control     energy efficiency     mobile machineries    

New developments in mobile air conditioning systems in China

Jiangping CHEN, Yu ZHAO, Zhaogang QI

Frontiers in Energy 2011, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 53-58 doi: 10.1007/s11708-010-0137-3

Abstract: Global warming poses serious global concerns, and the mobile air conditioning (MAC) industry must beIn this paper, the development of the MAC system and components for new energy vehicles, low global warmingpotential (GWP) refrigerants, methods to control refrigerant leakage, and new energy-saving technologies

Keywords: global warming potential     mobile air conditioning (MAC)     energy saving     new developments    

Hip-mounted electromagnetic generator to harvest energy from human motion

Dan DAI,Jing LIU

Frontiers in Energy 2014, Volume 8, Issue 2,   Pages 173-181 doi: 10.1007/s11708-014-0301-2

Abstract: A type of electromagnetic hip-mounted generator (EHG) is proposed to harvest energy from human hip motionelectromagnetic induction, the EHG generator can convert the kinetic power of the thigh swing into electrical energyThis handy renewable energy technology is promising as a pervasive electricity generation system fora group of wearable or implanted sensors, actuators and mobile electronics.

Keywords: human power harvesting     pervasive energy     electricity generation     wearable energy     renewable and sustainableenergy     mobile electronics    

A survey of energy-efficient strategies for federated learning in mobile edge computing Review

Kang YAN, Nina SHU, Tao WU, Chunsheng LIU, Panlong YANG,wutao20@nudt.edu.cn

Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering 2024, Volume 25, Issue 5,   Pages 645-663 doi: 10.1631/FITEE.2300181

Abstract: EDs are typically powered by batteries with limited capacity, which brings challenges when performing energy-intensiveTo address these challenges, many strategies have been proposed to save energy in FL.Specifically, we first introduce the system model and energy consumption models in FL, in terms of computationThen we analyze the challenges regarding improving energy efficiency and summarize the strategies from

Keywords: Mobile edge computing     Federated learning     Energy-efficient    

Energy-efficient localization and target tracking via underwater mobile sensor networks None

Hua-yan CHEN, Mei-qin LIU, Sen-lin ZHANG

Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering 2018, Volume 19, Issue 8,   Pages 999-1012 doi: 10.1631/FITEE.1700598

Abstract: Underwater mobile sensor networks (UMSNs) with free-floating sensors are more suitable for understandingresults demonstrate that the HLMP algorithm can improve localization accuracy significantly with low energy

Keywords: Underwater mobile sensor networks     Energy-efficient     Sensor localization     Target tracking    

Formation of free-charging industry alliance for new energy vehicles

Zhengdong YANG, Feng JIN, Shiyu DU, Jingwen LI

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2018, Volume 5, Issue 2,   Pages 268-275 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2018058

Abstract: At present, the further development of new energy vehicles industry is hindered by limited consumer’sThe advanced charging technology of Internet-distributed mobile energy can link up with many market participantsindustry alliance can realize unexpected multiple goals, for example, (1) consumers who have purchased new energyvehicles can avail free charging; (2) potential vehicle buyers can be encouraged to use new energy vehicles; (3) the new energy vehicle manufacturers can expand their production scale; (4) the new energy vehicles

Keywords: industry alliance     mobile energy     new energy vehicles     free charging     low carbon    

Research and practice on system engineering management of a mobile payment project

Yongkai ZHOU, Hongfeng CHAI

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2017, Volume 4, Issue 2,   Pages 127-137 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2017011

Abstract: The popularization of the mobile internet has given rise to demand for flexible and convenient paymentit is necessary to keep pace with or even lead the trend of innovation and development in the age of mobileperspective of systems engineering, this paper introduces research and implementation of China UnionPay’s mobileThe general requirements and core engineering problems of the mobile payment project are summarized basedThe launch of the mobile payment project also opens the window to coordinating and upgrading the whole

Keywords: systems engineering     mobile payment     engineering management method     Mobile QuickPass     national information    

A new efficient optimal path planner for mobile robot based on Invasive Weed Optimization algorithm

Prases K. MOHANTY,Dayal R. PARHI

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2014, Volume 9, Issue 4,   Pages 317-330 doi: 10.1007/s11465-014-0304-z

Abstract:

Planning of the shortest/optimal route is essential for efficient operation of autonomous mobile robotIWO), a new meta-heuristic algorithm, has been implemented for solving the path planning problem of mobile

Keywords: mobile robot     obstacle avoidance     Invasive Weed Optimization     navigation    

Energy-efficient trajectory planning for a multi-UAV-assisted mobile edge computing system

Pei-qiu Huang, Yong Wang, Ke-zhi Wang,pqhuang@csu.edu.cn,ywang@csu.edu.cn,kezhi.wang@northumbria.ac.uk

Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering 2020, Volume 21, Issue 12,   Pages 1671-1814 doi: 10.1631/FITEE.2000315

Abstract: Our goal is to minimize the energy consumption of this system by planning the trajectories of UAVs.To tackle this problem, we present an energy-efficient algorithm (TPA) which comprises three phases.

Assessment of mobile and potential mobile trace elements extractability in calcareous soils using different

Mohsen Jalali, Ziba Hurseresht

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 1, doi: 10.1007/s11783-019-1186-4

Abstract: DTPA and NH4OAc, HNO3 and EDTA, and MgCl2 and NH4NO3 had similar behavior. In NH4OAc, DTPA, and EDTA, the possibility of re-adsorption of trace elements is low. CaCl2 may be more suitable than other extracts in calcareous soils. Understanding trace elements mobility in soils, extracting agents, and their relationships with soil components, are essential for predicting their movement in soil profile and availability to plants. A laboratory study was conducted to evaluate extractability of cadmium (Cd), cobalt (Co), copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), and zinc (Zn) from calcareous soils utilizing various extracting agents to be specific CaCl2, DTPA, EDTA, HNO3, MgCl2, NaNO3, NH4NO3, and NH4OAc. Cluster analysis indicated that DTPA and NH4OAc, HNO3 and EDTA, and MgCl2 and NH4NO3 extracting agents yielded comparative values, whereas NaNO3 and CaCl2 have shown different behavior than other extracting agents for all studied trace elements. The speciation of extracted trace elements in solutions indicated that in the CaCl2, NaNO3, NH4NO3, and MgCl2 extracting agents most extracted Cd, Co, Ni, Zn, and part of Cu were as free ions and may be re-adsorbed on soils, leading to lower extractability, whereas, in the case of HNO3 extracting agent, the likelihood of re-adsorption of trace elements may be little. The results of speciation of trace elements using NH4OAc, DTPA, and EDTA extracting agents showed that Me-(Acetate)3–, Me-(Acetate)2(aq), Me(DTPA)3−, Me(EDTA)2−, and MeH(EDTA)– complexes dominated in solutions indicating that the extracted trace elements may not be re-adsorbed on soils, leading to higher extractability. The results of this study are useful for short and long-term evaluations of trace elements mobility and further environmental impacts.

Keywords: Mobility     Calcareous soils     Extracting agents     Trace elements    

Development of mobile miniature natural gas liquefiers

Yanxing ZHAO, Maoqiong GONG, Haocheng WANG, Hao GUO, Xueqiang DONG

Frontiers in Energy 2020, Volume 14, Issue 4,   Pages 667-682 doi: 10.1007/s11708-020-0695-y

Abstract: In consideration of the above, this paper reviews the development of mobile miniature NG liquefiers in

Keywords: natural gas     mobile miniature liquefiers     mixed refrigerant cycle     vapor liquid equilibrium     heat transfer    

Comparison of the performance of traditional advection-dispersion equation and mobile-immobile model

Haizhu HU,Xiaomin MAO

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2016, Volume 3, Issue 3,   Pages 241-248 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2016108

Abstract: The traditional advection-dispersion equation (ADE) and the mobile-immobile model (MIM) are widely usedsimulating degradable solute transport when biochemical degradation prevails over the mass exchange between mobile

Keywords: solute transport     advection dispersion equation (ADE)     mobile-immobile model (MIM)     conservative solute    

Biomedical sensor technologies on the platform of mobile phones

Lin LIU, Jing LIU

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2011, Volume 6, Issue 2,   Pages 160-175 doi: 10.1007/s11465-011-0216-0

Abstract: As an alternative, new technologies enabled from the mobile phones are gradually changing such situationsAs can be freely available to almost everyone, mobile phone offers a unique way to improve the conventionalinterpreting the technical strategies to innovate the biomedical sensor technologies based on the platform of mobilemechanical technologies, it is expected that a full combination between the biomedical sensors and mobile

Keywords: biomedical sensor     pervasive technology     mobile phone     combined system     health management    

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Human power-based energy harvesting strategies for mobile electronic devices

Dewei JIA, Jing LIU

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Emerging technologies to power next generation mobile electronic devices using solar energy

Dewei JIA , Yubo DUAN , Jing LIU ,

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Motion control of multi-actuator hydraulic systems for mobile machineries: Recent advancements and future

Bing XU, Min CHENG

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New developments in mobile air conditioning systems in China

Jiangping CHEN, Yu ZHAO, Zhaogang QI

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Hip-mounted electromagnetic generator to harvest energy from human motion

Dan DAI,Jing LIU

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A survey of energy-efficient strategies for federated learning in mobile edge computing

Kang YAN, Nina SHU, Tao WU, Chunsheng LIU, Panlong YANG,wutao20@nudt.edu.cn

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Formation of free-charging industry alliance for new energy vehicles

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Research and practice on system engineering management of a mobile payment project

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A new efficient optimal path planner for mobile robot based on Invasive Weed Optimization algorithm

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Energy-efficient trajectory planning for a multi-UAV-assisted mobile edge computing system

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Assessment of mobile and potential mobile trace elements extractability in calcareous soils using different

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Development of mobile miniature natural gas liquefiers

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Comparison of the performance of traditional advection-dispersion equation and mobile-immobile model

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Biomedical sensor technologies on the platform of mobile phones

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