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Researchers Harvest Energy From Planes

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Debera Harward
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Re: Another method as well?
Debera Harward   7/20/2013 7:35:11 AM
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Ann, Thanks a lot for this informative post I really liked the idea of using tepmerature differences and harvesting energy for  sensors . If this technology works well than this will be a very big asset in terms of harvesting energy .

Elizabeth M
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Elizabeth M   7/22/2013 8:52:55 AM
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Ah, interesting, vimalkumarp, to know that there is a variety of research in this area. Although I shouldn't be surprised, as it has a lot of potential. Good luck and keep us posted when you publish your research.

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vimalkumarp   7/22/2013 8:54:51 AM
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Sure I will update you as I make inroads into this research.

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