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Smart desk

Abstract : The large number of devices to be connected at once, the energy loss in standby mode, the risk of fires, are a source of disruption and congestion when working with electronic laboratories. As Head of Laboratory at the Technical and Industrial Institute Dekwaneh Lebanon, I became interested in the project since it addresses the problems we face. The project objective is to develop a wireless energy transfer system (WPT) and implement it in an innovative floor (SMART DESK) to power multiple electronic devices simultaneously. Given the technical limitations in Lebanon, the project required a trip to the United States to contact the various specialized centers in this area. The project was carried out by using VIRGINIA IN DESIGN. At present, the wireless power transmission is at the cutting edge of electronic research. In this regard, our study began with a first attempt to investigate WPT by worries of being up to date. The progress of the project is to study the physics behind the transfer of wireless electricity technology, to examine the current situation of the industry and evaluate available solutions. In addition, the major objective includes the design of printed circuit boards (PCB) assembly, testing and development of original prototypes. Therefore, the system consisting of the planks (transmitter and receiver), which have been developed. It uses the magnetic resonance method for transferring wireless electricity. The objectives were achieved and the energy transfer system wireless 35Watt shows encouraging results. The main part of this study was conducted for eight months, and the continued development and improvements are being made. The next essential phase includes the development of system 120 watts WPT and its implementation and finally the R & D of magnetic resonance wireless power.
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Fadia Hassane Saba. Smart desk. Electronique. 2016. ⟨dumas-01807052⟩



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