A power source for E-devices based on green energyRaghda R. G. Shafiq, Basem M. ElHalawany, Noura Ali, Moataz M. Elsherbini
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Energy Engineering and Power Technology
- Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
Mobile and wearable devices are now the main part of our lives. The power consumed by these devices is usually in the range of μW or mW. Due to the requirement of periodic recharging, this work tries to present an economic renewable energy harvesting source for the process of charging. In this paper, authors exploit a huge amount of energy dissipated daily in the form of loud noise through streets up to 85 dB to generate a sufficient rate of energy to recharge the lithium batteries of wearable and mobile devices (more than 4.01 V). The piezoelectric model 7BB-27-4 was used in this work through a proposed design circuit. Suitable software was used to simulate the design. In comparison to previous research findings, the authors’ findings are sufficiently satisfactory.