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Footstep Power Generation system for rural areas to run AC and DC load

A.R. Kamble, S.P. Kharde


Now a day’s demand of electricity is increases due to the population, researchers finding the method for electricity generation. Generally electricity is generated by using the burning of fossil fuels or the splitting of atoms.  These traditional methods generate the pollution. This paper presents the Footstep power generation system, which is new growing technology for power generation. In this project by using electromagnetic induction we convert the force energy in to electrical energy.



Atoms; electricity generation; footstep power generation; fossil fuels

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