Method and Electromagnetic Intertial Micro Device for Generating Electrical Power from Low Frequency Oscillations
The ability to control the frequency and amplitude of mechanical oscillations can lead to production of electrical power. Having the ability to use remote power to activate sensors and other pieces of equipment will be beneficial in in aviation diagnosis medical and construction. Key aspects to these products are mechanisms at use as well as the versatility and size of the mechanism. Researchers at the University of Missouri have worked to develop a device and process that will be a compact and versatile way to produce electrical energy.