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Analysis for freshwater supply mode in situ of remote islands

Jiang Haibo,Zhao Yunpeng and Cheng Zhongqing

Strategic Study of CAE 2014, Volume 16, Issue 3,   Pages 99-102

Abstract: and technical means of water supply problems in situ of remote islands and reefs by two methods of rainwaterharvesting and desalination by renewable energy power generation system were discussed.Research shows that the two specific fresh water supply modes of“the underground shallow lake rainwaterharvesting system in coral sand beach”and“the reverse osmosis desalination systems powered

Keywords: rainwater harvesting     photovoltaic power generation     sea water desalination     remote islands     freshwater protection    

Pollutant reduction effectiveness of low-impact development drainage system in a campus

Shuhan Zhang, Yingying Meng, Jiao Pan, Jiangang Chen

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0969-8

Abstract: Building a rainwater system based on the idea of low-impact development (LID) is an important aspectsponge city” concept emphasizes that the runoff can permeate the soil or be stored temporarily, and rainwaterBeijing is one of the earliest cities to study rainwater harvesting and LID techniques in China.The very good outflow quality of the rainwater harvesting system could satisfy the reclaimed water quality

Keywords: Low-impact development     Rainwater harvesting     Non-point-source pollution reduction     Campus    

Life cycle assessment of low impact development technologies combined with conventional centralized water systems for the City of Atlanta, Georgia

Hyunju Jeong, Osvaldo A. Broesicke, Bob Drew, Duo Li, John C. Crittenden

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 6, doi: 10.1007/s11783-016-0851-0

Abstract: Bioretention areas, rainwater harvesting, and xeriscaping were considered.Low-impact development (LID) technologies, such as bioretention areas, rooftop rainwater harvesting,

Keywords: Life cycle assessment (LCA)     Low impact development (LID)     Bioretention area     Rainwater harvesting     Xeriscaping    

Gripping mechanisms in current wood harvesting machines

D. GOUBET, J. C. FAUROUX, G. GOGU

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2013, Volume 8, Issue 1,   Pages 42-61 doi: 10.1007/s11465-013-0358-3

Abstract: This paper focuses on the structural synthesis of gripping mechanisms used in the mechanization of the harvestingThe importance of the gripping function in current devices like harvesting heads is underlined.

Keywords: structural synthesis     parallel mechanisms     gripping mechanisms     wood harvesting     harvesting head    

Hybrid energy harvesting systems for self-powered sustainable water purification by harnessing ambient

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 10, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1718-9

Abstract:

● Energy harvesters harness multiple energies for self-powered water purification.

Keywords: Piezocatalysis     Solar energy     Waste heat     Decentralized water treatment     Point-of-use     Nanogenerator    

Cation exchange resin supported nanoscale zero-valent iron for removal of phosphorus in rainwater runoff

XIE Bangmi,ZUO Jiane,GAN Lili,LIU Fenglin,WANG Kaijun

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2014, Volume 8, Issue 3,   Pages 463-470 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0575-3

Abstract: cation exchange resin supported nanoscale zero-valent iron (R-nZVI) was used to remove phosphorus in rainwaterrunoff. 80% of phosphorus in rainwater runoff from grassland was removed with an initial concentrationof 0.72 mg·L phosphorus when the dosage of R-nZVI is 8 g per liter rainwater, while only 26% of phosphorus

Keywords: nanoscale zero-valent iron(R-nZVI)     cation exchange resin     rainwater runoff     phosphorus adsorption    

Comparison between four piezoelectric energy harvesting circuits

Jinhao Qiu, Hao Jiang, Hongli Ji, Kongjun ZHU

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2009, Volume 4, Issue 2,   Pages 153-159 doi: 10.1007/s11465-009-0031-z

Abstract: investigates and compares the efficiencies of four different interfaces for vibration-based energy harvestingtrigger circuit used to control the synchronized switch is proposed and two interface circuits of energy harvesting

Keywords: energy harvesting     piezoelectric materials     synchronized switching    

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: These basic combinations of daily activities or metabolic phenomena open up possibilities for harvestingFinally, 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    

Self-powered structural health monitoring with nonlinear energy harvesting system

Kaori YUSE, Michael LALLART, Lionel PETIT, Claude RICHARD, Thomas MONNIER, Daniel GUYOMAR,

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2010, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 61-66 doi: 10.1007/s11465-009-0057-2

Abstract: that directly convert ambient mechanical energy into electrical energy, using the synchronized switch harvesting

Keywords: energy harvesting     piezoelectric generators     electromechanical conversion     self-powered devices     structural    

Flexible liquid metal coil prepared for electromagnetic energy harvesting and wireless charging

Shen GUO, Peng WANG, Jichuan ZHANG, Wenpeng LUAN, Zishuo XIA, Lingxiao CAO, Zhizhu HE

Frontiers in Energy 2019, Volume 13, Issue 3,   Pages 474-482 doi: 10.1007/s11708-019-0632-0

Abstract: The flexible toroidal inductor was fabricated and tested for magnetic energy harvesting.The present study opens the way for further applications of elastic LMC in electromagnetic energy harvesting

Keywords: liquid metal     Galinstan     flexible coil     electromagnetic energy harvesting     wireless charging    

Harvesting biomechanical energy in the walking by shoe based on liquid metal magnetohydrodynamics

Dan DAI, Jing LIU, Yixin ZHOU

Frontiers in Energy 2012, Volume 6, Issue 2,   Pages 112-121 doi: 10.1007/s11708-012-0186-x

Abstract: A liquid metal magnetohydrodynamics generation system (LMMGS) was proposed and demonstrated in this paper for collecting parasitic power in shoe while walking. Unlike the conventional shoe-mounted human power harvesters that use solid coil and gear mechanism, the proposed system employs liquid metal (Ga In Sn ) as energy carrier, where no moving part is requested in magnetohydrodynamics generators (MHGs). While walking with the LMMGS, the foot alternately presses the two liquid metal pumps (LMPs) which are respectively placed in the front and rear of the sole. As a result, the liquid metal in the LMPs (LMP I and II) is extruded and flows through the MHGs (MHG I and II) in which electricity is produced. For a comparison, three types of LMMGSs (LMMGS A, B and C) were built where all the parts are the same except for the LMPs. Furthermore, performances of these LMMGSs with different volume of injected liquid metal were tested respectively. Experimental results reveal that both the output voltage and power of the LMMGS increase with the volume of injected liquid metal and the size of the LMPs. In addition, a maximum output power of 80 mW is obtained by the LMMGS C with an efficiency of approximately 1.3%. Given its advantages of no side effect, light weight, small size and reliability, The LMMGS is well-suited for powering the wearable and implantable micro/nano device, such as wearable sensors, drug pumps and so on.

Keywords: human energy harvesting     liquid metal     wearable magnetohydrodynamics generator     parasitic power in shoe    

Advances in Triboelectric Nanogenerators for Blue Energy Harvesting and Marine Environmental Monitoring Review

Yang Jiang, Xi Liang, Tao Jiang, Zhong Lin Wang

Engineering 2024, Volume 33, Issue 2,   Pages 204-225 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2023.05.023

Abstract: as a new approach for blue energy harvesting.efforts have been made to optimize the structure and performance of TENGs for effective blue energy harvestingThis review reports on advances in TENGs for blue energy harvesting and marine environmental monitoringPerformance enhancement strategies for TENGs intended for blue energy harvesting are also summarized.Finally, marine environmental applications of TENGs based on blue energy harvesting are discussed.

Keywords: Triboelectric nanogenerator     TENG networks     Blue energy     Energy harvesting     Ocean sensors    

Research on applications of piezoelectric materials in smart structures

Jinhao QIU, Hongli JI

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2011, Volume 6, Issue 1,   Pages 99-117 doi: 10.1007/s11465-011-0212-4

Abstract: semi-active vibration control based on synchronized switch damping using negative capacitance, energy harvesting

Keywords: piezoelectric materials     vibration control     energy harvesting     structural health monitoring     piezoelectric    

Wearable thermal energy harvester powered by human foot

Guodong XU, Yang YANG, Yixin ZHOU, Jing LIU

Frontiers in Energy 2013, Volume 7, Issue 1,   Pages 26-38 doi: 10.1007/s11708-012-0215-9

Abstract: This paper is dedicated to demonstrate the possibility and feasibility of harvesting thermal energy from

Keywords: human power     thermal energy     energy harvesting     micro power     wearable device    

Power performance of circular piezoelectric diaphragm generators

TANG Kehong, KAN Junwu, YANG Zhigang, CHENG Guangming, PENG Taijiang

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2008, Volume 3, Issue 4,   Pages 434-440 doi: 10.1007/s11465-008-0069-3

Abstract: To obtain the optimal energy-harvesting device, the Raleigh method is used to establish the analysis

Keywords: clamped boundary     energy-harvesting     composite diaphragm     piezoelectric composite     maximum    

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Analysis for freshwater supply mode in situ of remote islands

Jiang Haibo,Zhao Yunpeng and Cheng Zhongqing

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Pollutant reduction effectiveness of low-impact development drainage system in a campus

Shuhan Zhang, Yingying Meng, Jiao Pan, Jiangang Chen

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Life cycle assessment of low impact development technologies combined with conventional centralized water systems for the City of Atlanta, Georgia

Hyunju Jeong, Osvaldo A. Broesicke, Bob Drew, Duo Li, John C. Crittenden

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Gripping mechanisms in current wood harvesting machines

D. GOUBET, J. C. FAUROUX, G. GOGU

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Cation exchange resin supported nanoscale zero-valent iron for removal of phosphorus in rainwater runoff

XIE Bangmi,ZUO Jiane,GAN Lili,LIU Fenglin,WANG Kaijun

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Comparison between four piezoelectric energy harvesting circuits

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Flexible liquid metal coil prepared for electromagnetic energy harvesting and wireless charging

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