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People in countries with inadequate infrastructure have an unmet need for electricity. A possible source for creating and storing power is a bicycle rotation energy harvesting system. This system could provide the energy required for light, communication or water treatment.
Our goal is to transform kinetic energy within a bicycle into an electric power source intended to charge a cell phone. Our device is expected to be cheap to build, easy to install, maintain and use.
Our device successfully met the design objectives creating a device that can effectively charge a variety of cell phones and small electronic devices. The design utilizes a standard USB port and circuitry to condition the power generated on the bike.
|Zheng (Flora) Li||EEfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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