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Wang, Y. (author)
Safe, fast, punctual, energy-efficient, and comfortable rail traffic systems are important for rail operators, passengers, and the environment. Due to the increasing energy prices and environmental concerns, the reduction of energy consumption has become one of the key objectives for railway systems. On the other hand, with the increase of...
doctoral thesis 2014
Gao, Mingyuan (author), Li, Yunwu (author), Lu, Jun (author), Wang, Yifeng (author), Wang, Ping (author), Wang, L. (author)
The goal of this study is to develop a vibration-based electromagnetic energy harvesting prototype that provides power to rail-side monitoring equipment and sensors by collecting wheel-rail vibration energy when the train travels. This technology helps power rail–side equipment in off-grid and remote areas. This article introduces the...
journal article 2018