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1/12/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Kaushik illa krishna chaitanya nutukurthi satya prasad akkina PIEZOELECTRIC MICROGENERATOR POWERING THE PACEMAKER
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1/12/11 INTRODUCTION Ø Designing of Micro generator which works on the concept of Piezoelectric effect. Ø The micro generator can be used to replace the batteries in the pacemaker to generate electricity required for the pacemaker.
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1/12/11 POWERING THE PACEMAKER Ø Artificial Pacemaker is powered by the batteries. Ø These are of two types: Single chamber Dual Chamber Ø Micro generator
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1/12/11 MICROGENERATOR USING PIEZOELECTRICITY Ø Converts mechanical Stress to electrical Potential. Ø Materials like Quartz, crystals, topaz, ZnO having interlocking symmetrical domains are able to generate the electrical potential.
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1/12/11 ZINC OXIDE NANO WIRES Zinc Oxide(ZnO) nanowires(NW’s) can be used for electric power generation by using mechanical energy, vibrations. . in our body. This is done by using aligned ZnO NW’s
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course EE 515 taught by Professor Dr.shaw during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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