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https://doi.org/10.17559/TV-20201020104034

Numerical and Experimental Study of Mechanical Oscillation Energy

Andrej Lipej* ; University of Novo mesto, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Na Loko 2, 8000 Novo mesto, Slovenia
Matej Štefanič ; University of Novo mesto, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Na Loko 2, 8000 Novo mesto, Slovenia
Simon Muhič ; University of Novo mesto, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Na Loko 2, 8000 Novo mesto, Slovenia
Primož Kunaver ; Primum d.o.o., Mesesnelova ulica 8, 1210 Ljubljana, Slovenia


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str. 178-184

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The paper presents an interesting opportunity to use a wide spread available energy source that has not yet been fully utilized. A new generator solution will be studied to produce electricity from oscillation energy. The solution will be useful for various purposes, especially for shipping, as well as freight road and rail transport. With this solution, it will be possible to reduce the usage of some amount of fossil fuels globally. Research includes two different theoretical assumptions. First approach involves the conversion of energy using Torus Type Generator (TTG) and second using Eccentric Type Generator (ETG). In TTG case, a new type of generator in which a magnetic cylinder moves freely in a hollow torus with electrical winding has been analysed. In the case of an ETG generator, a physical pendulum with a vertical axis of rotation has been analysed. Experimental and numerical methods were used for research. For the numerical analysis of 3D body motion the ANSYS Rigid Body Dynamics software was used.

Ključne riječi

experimental study, numerical analysis, oscillation energy, rigid body mechanics

Hrčak ID:

269497

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/269497

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