Electric Power Sourcing of Wireless Repository Monitoring Sensors

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    Abstract

    This presentation gives an overview of the research activities carried out in Modern2020 Task 3.3 (Alternative power supply sources). The research has addressed three alternative cable-free power sourcing technologies for nuclear repository environment: thermal energy harvesting, wireless energy transfer and nuclear batteries. The applicability of these power sourcing technologies can be improved by an interim energy storage, the technology alternatives of which have also been investigated. Applied research methods have been technology reviews based on available material, theoretical performance analyses and simulations, laboratory pilots and field pilots in an environment that partly represents the final nuclear repository. The results indicate that all the three alternative power sourcing technologies are relevant for powering wireless repository monitoring sensors. Their comparison also indicated clear differences in their applicability in various repository environments. In the design of the interim energy storage, some features of the existing energy storage technologies such as the self-discharge and the lifetime should be assessed case by case. Forthcoming energy storage technologies are expected to enable better interim energy storage solutions than the existing technologies. The follow-on steps of the research should be targeted to the further development, demonstration and verification of the powering subsystem as a part of more complete wireless sensor units (WSUs) and repository monitoring sensor systems. A detailed description of the methods,
    results and conclusions of the research can be found in the Modern2020 deliverable D3.3.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationModern2020 Final Conference Proceedings
    Subtitle of host publicationDeliverable n° 6.3
    PublisherEuropean Commission EC
    Pages133-144
    Number of pages12
    Publication statusPublished - 2019
    MoE publication typeD3 Professional conference proceedings
    Event2nd International Conference on Monitoring in Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste - Paris, France
    Duration: 9 Apr 201911 Apr 2019

    Conference

    Conference2nd International Conference on Monitoring in Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste
    CountryFrance
    CityParis
    Period9/04/1911/04/19

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    Energy storage
    Monitoring
    Sensors
    Nuclear batteries
    Energy harvesting
    Thermal energy
    Energy transfer
    Cables
    Demonstrations

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    Strömmer, E. (2019). Electric Power Sourcing of Wireless Repository Monitoring Sensors. In Modern2020 Final Conference Proceedings: Deliverable n° 6.3 (pp. 133-144). European Commission EC.
    Strömmer, Esko. / Electric Power Sourcing of Wireless Repository Monitoring Sensors. Modern2020 Final Conference Proceedings: Deliverable n° 6.3. European Commission EC, 2019. pp. 133-144
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