Innovative thermal energy harvesting for zero power electronics

@article{Monfray2012InnovativeTE,
  title={Innovative thermal energy harvesting for zero power electronics},
  author={Stephane Monfray and O. Puscasu and Guillaume Savelli and U. Soupremanien and Eric Ollier and Christophe Gu{\'e}rin and Luc Frechette and {\'E}dith L{\'e}veill{\'e} and G. R. Mirshekari and C. Ma{\^i}tre and Ph. Coronel and K. Domanski and Piotr Grabiec and Pascal Ancey and Daniel Guyomar and Valeria Bottarel and G. Ricotti and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Boeuf and F. Gaillard and Thomas Skotnicki},
  journal={2012 IEEE Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop (SNW)},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-4}
}
Thermal gradients, commonly present in our environment (fluid lines, warm fronts, electronics) are sources of energy rarely used today. This paper aims to present innovative approaches of thin and/or flexible thermal energy harvesters for smart and autonomous sensor network applications. The harvester system will be based on the collaborative work of interrelated energy nodes/units, which will be either piezo-thermofluidic converters (use of rapid thermal cycles of a working fluid) or piezo… CONTINUE READING

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