A din gets power into a spin

April 2002
Engineer (00137758);4/19/2002, Vol. 291 Issue 7598, p5
Reports on the invention of device that could convert ambient noise into power. Method used by Yaroslav Zolotaryuk of the Technological University of Denmark to invent the device; Process by which the sound is transformed into energy; Design of the device.


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