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Micropower
     
 

Micropower

Here you will find Projects dealing with:
  • Photosynthetic fuel cell
  • Surface-tension and osmotic driven micropower sources
  • Silicon-based rotary engine power system
  • Proximity power sensor for energy management

Current Active Projects:
BPN742: 3D Carbon-Based Materials for Electrochemical Applications
BPN562: AC Energy Scavenging for Smart Grid Sensing
BPN654: Electret-Based Voltage Sensing and Energy Harvesting from Energized Conductors
RMW29: Electric Power Sensing for Demand Response
BPN648: Fully-Integrated, Low Input Voltage, Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter for Energy Harvesting Applications
BPN737: Stackable Microliter-Scale Microbial Fuel Cells for Low Power Output Applications

 Indicates a MiNaSIP Project



Recently Ended Projects:
A High Pressure Micro-Combustion Chamber for a Viscous Rotary Engine Power System
ARCTIC: A Rotary Compressor Thermally Insulated microCooler
Biomass Powered Energy Harvester
Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of Bacteria for Energy and Biological Applications
Disposable Microbatteries and Microvehicles for MEMS
Experimentally Verified Simple Analytical Models of the Viscous Rotary Engine Power System (VREPS)
Fabrication of Nonlinear Wideband MEMS Energy Harvester with Vertical Sidewall Electrets
Fabrication of Nonlinear Wideband MEMS Energy Harvester with Vertical Sidewall Electrets
Feasibility Study of a MEMS Viscous Rotary Engine Power System (VREPS)
Flat Micro Heat Pipes for Cooling Applications
Glucose Energy Harvester for Self-Powering of Remote Distributed Bioanalytical Microsystems
Harvesting Energy from Evaporation
HEaTS: A MEMS Piezoelectric Supercritical Carbon-Dioxide Valve
HEaTS: Harsh Environment MEMS for Downhole Geothermal Monitoring
HEaTS: Piezoelectric Energy Harvesters for Harsh Environments
Ignition at the Microscale for Miniaturized Internal Combustion Engines
International Research Collaboration: BSAC and IMST at Vestfold University College
Liquid Fueled MEMS Enabled 1.5cc Rotary Engine Power System (REPS)
Mechanical Analysis of SiC for Use as a High Temperature, Pressurized Micro Reactor
MEMS Electro-magnetic Valve-Process Development
MEMS Fuel Flow Control Valve with a Magneto-Static Linear Actuator
MEMS Power: Design and Characterization of a MEMS Piezoelectric Bi-Chevron Actuator
MEMS Power: Flame Ionization
MEMS Power: Fuel Flexible Engine Design for Optimal Combustion
MEMS Power: Fuel Flexible Engine for Portable Power Generation
MEMS Power: Fuel Flexible Engine Heat and Energy Characterization
MEMS Power: Silicon Carbide In-Cylinder Sensor Testing
MEMS Power: Solid State Electrochemical Sensors for Gas Analysis
MEMS REPS: MEMS Fuel Vapor Delivery by Flow Rectification
MEMS REPS: Assembly of a MEMS Compressed Air Expander Unit
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / 1 mm Engine Design and Fabrication
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / 2.4 mm Rotary Engine with Integrated Generator
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System (MEMS REPS)
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Engine Fabrication
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Engine Fluid Management System
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Integrated Generator
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Soft Magnetic Pole Integration
Micromachined Photosynthetic Fuel Cells
Miniaturized, Implantable Power Generator
Plastic Energy Harvester
Power Transfer Over a Capacitive Interface
QES: Micro LHP Chip Cooling System
QES: Micro LHP Chip Cooling System - Evaporator Design and Testing
QES: Micro LHP Cooler - An In-Situ Hermetic Seal for High Heat Flux Microfluidic Devices
QES: Micro LHP Cooler - Coherent Porous Silicon Wick for High Heat Flux and Capillary Pumping
QES: microLHP Chip Cooling System - Columnated Wick and Device Design
QES: µC-LHP Chip Cooling System - Evaporative Heat Transfer Wick and Fractal Transport Network
Silicon Carbide–Coated Microcomponents for the Rotary Engine–Based Power System
Solid Propellant Micro-Thruster
Thermal Analysis and Design of ARCTIC Cryo Cooler
Thermal Management of Next Generation Rotary Engine Power System

 


 

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