Yupeng Mao's research while affiliated with Northeast Normal University and other places

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In the current IoT era, the key to sports intelligence is the effective collection and analysis of sports data. Sports data can accurately reflect an athlete’s athletic status and help coaches to develop competitive tactics and training programs. Wearable electronic devices used to collect sports data currently have several drawbacks, including the...
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Background: The impact of stress on the nation’s physical and mental health is considerable. Exercise is considered to have beneficial effects on mental health and the capacity for coping with stress. The purpose of this study is to verify the effects of fitness dance intervention on female Ph.D. candidates’ stress, and compare it with the interven...
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The rapid development of wearable electronic devices (such as in applications for health care monitoring, intelligent sports, and human–computer interaction) has led to a huge demand for sustainable energy. However, the existing equipment cannot meet the requirements of energy harvesting, wearable sensing, and environmental protection concurrently....
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Gait is the information that can reflect the state index of the human body, and at the same time, the leg is the organ with the maximum output power of the human body. Effective collection of maximum mechanical power output and gait information can play an important role in sustainable energy acquisition and human health monitoring. In this paper,...
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Progress in science and technology drives the continuous innovation of energy collection and utilization. In the field of sports, the information collection and analysis based on Internet of things have attracted particular attention. Moreover, triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) has promising applications in the field of sports. Here, we introduce...
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Given that stress leads to more anxiety among female Ph.D. candidates, more attention should be paid to their healthy lifestyle options. Several studies have shown that there is a negative correlation between sports and anxiety. This study took female Chinese Ph.D. candidates’ anxiety and sports participation as the research objects. A questionnair...
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As it is urgently needed to address the energy consumption and health care problems caused by population growth, the field of sustainable energy collection and storage equipment as well as intelligent health care for monitoring human motion behavior has received wide attention and achieved rapid development. However, the portable intelligent system...
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Wearable motion-monitoring systems have been widely used in recent years. However, the battery energy storage problem of traditional wearable devices limits the development of human sports training applications. In this paper, a self-powered and portable micro-structure triboelectric nanogenerator (MS-TENG) has been made. It consists of micro-struc...
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Nowadays, the applications of the triboelectric nanogenerator in sensing and monitoring sports experience a blooming prosperity. Here, we report a flexible and lightweight triboelectric nanogenerator (FL-TENG) made of hydrogel electrodes, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), PDMS, and polyurethane (PU). Based on the triboelectric effect, the FL-TENG can...
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Carbon neutrality is a global green energy revolution meaning that the carbon dioxide can make ends meet. However, with the mushroom of the fifth generation wireless systems (5G) and the Internet of Things (IoT), it is a great challenge for powering the ubiquitous distributed devices, because the battery production and high overhead maintenance may...
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The “Healthy China 2030” plan states that it is necessary to formulate and implement physical health intervention plans for special groups, including women. Based on questionnaire data from women in seven Chinese cities, our research analyzed the status quo of women’s fitness, its influencing factors, and the differences in and characteristics of d...
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Transparent stretchable wearable hybrid nano-generators present great opportunities in motion sensing, motion monitoring, and human-computer interaction. Herein, we report a piezoelectric-triboelectric sport sensor (PTSS) which is composed of TENG, PENG, and a flexible transparent stretchable self-healing hydrogel electrode. The piezoelectric effec...
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The rapid development of the fifth generation technology poses more challenges in the human motion inspection field. In this study, a nanogenerator, made by PVDF, ionic hydrogel, and PDMS, is used. Furthermore, a transparent, stretchable, and biocompatible PENG (TSB-PENG) is presented, which can be used as a self-powered sensor attached to the athl...
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A self-powered portable triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) is used to collect biomechanical energy and monitor the human motion, which is the new development trend in portable devices. We have developed a self-powered portable triboelectric nanogenerator, which is used in human motion energy collection and monitoring mobile gait and stability capab...
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A portable and flexible self-powered biosensor based on ZnO nanowire arrays (ZnO NWs) and flexible PET substrate has been designed and fabricated for real-time monitoring in swimming. Based on the piezoelectric effect of polar ZnO NWs, the fabricated biosensor can work in both air and water without any external power supply. In addition, the biosen...
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We report a flexible and portable biosensor for real-time monitoring body exercise intensity without power supply. The biosensor consists of ZnO NWs and flexible PDMS substrate. The flexible and portable biosensor can be attached to tester’s skin surface. Through piezoelectric signal, exercise intensity can be real-time monitored in sport process....
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With the development of 5G technology, contemporary technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data analyses have been widely applied to the sport industry. This paper focuses on the design of a portable, self-powered, flexible sensor, which does not require an external power supply. The sensor is capable of monitoring speed skating tech...
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A self-powered biosensor for monitoring the maximal lactate steady state (MLSS) during exercise has been developed for intelligently assisting training system. It has been presented to create poly (vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF)/Tetrapod-shaped ZnO (T-ZnO)/enzyme-modified nanocomposite film through an efficient and cost-effective fabrication process....
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A portable self‐powered biosensor big data information processing system has been designed to help coaches monitor athlete training performance in real‐time. The material system is composed of tetrapod‐shaped ZnO nanowires and common textiles. Based on the piezoelectric effect, the device can convert weak shape variables into electrical signals, an...
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Self-powered wearable sweat-lactate analyzer has been developed for training analysis of rowing. Tetrapodshaped ZnO nanowires are attached onto ordinary textiles to form a device. Based on the coupling of enzymatic reaction (lactate oxidase and lactic acid) and piezoelectric effect, the device can be attached to the tester to monitor the driving fr...
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Self-powered piezoelectric-biosensing textiles for the physiological monitoring and time-motion analysis of individual sports have been developed. The material system is composed of tetrapod-shaped ZnO nanowires on common textiles. The mechanism is based on the coupling of enzymatic reaction (LOx and lactate) and piezoelectric effect. After conform...

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... 32,39,40 Additionally, by introducing nonlinear factors, the piezoelectric energy harvester operates in multiple vibration modes, corresponding to a broad frequency bandwidth. 38,[41][42][43][44] This review starts by briefly introducing the energy flow from mechanical to electrical energy conversion in TENG systems. As a mechanical energy harvester, we focus on the dynamic behavior of TENGs combined with the spring force, magnetic force, and pendulum to enhance output performance. ...
... Some studies show that stress also potentiates anxiety and impairs emotion regulation [13][14][15]. The survey by Mao Yupeng et al. (2022) showed that the stress faced by Chinese female Ph.D. candidates made them more anxious [16]. A study by Yukihiro Suzuki et al. (2021) revealed an important mechanism of emotion regulation in response to stress, which reflects the level of modulation induced by a stressor [17]. ...
... The triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) is based on coupling, the contact charge effect, and the electrostatic induction effect [37,38]. It has the advantages of simple manufacture, a wide selection of materials, diverse working modes, and excellent flexibility [39][40][41][42][43]. ...
... In recent years, with the rapid development of big data and the Internet of Things [1,2], the Internet of Things has been widely used in the fields of intelligent public transport, energy and environmental protection, security systems, biomedical and smart home, which not only solves the pain points of many industries, but also provides more convenience for people's lives [3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10]. Internet of Things technology is also affecting the field of sports. Based on big data analysis, some wearable electronic devices have been developed to monitor athletes' sports performance and daily training, which has become an effective means to improve athletes' competitive level [11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18]. For a long time, table tennis has been popular in the Olympic Games because of its fast pace of competition and complex and changeable technology. ...
... The triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG), invented by Zhonglin Wang, is a new potential energy conversion technology. TENG can transform neglected and widespread mechanical energy into electrical energy, which makes it possible to collect biological mechanical energy [19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30] and self-powered sensing [31][32][33][34][35][36]. ...
... Te device calibration is also more complicated [11]. Especially when the motion is complex, the markers in diferent parts are easily confused, and the occlusion produces wrong results, which often requires manual intervention in the postprocessing process [12]. ...
... The vast majority of people, even those of who are engaged in manual work, do not have well-developed pectoralis major muscles, unless they are deliberately exercising it. In fact, although Chinese people have come to gradually realize the importance of fitness, it has not been practiced for a long time (36,37). Therefore, according to our follow-up, there was no significant effect on upper limb movement. ...
... In 2012, Zhonglin Wang first proposed the concept of triboelectric nanogenerators (TENG) [28]. TENGs have shown many advantages, such as a low cost, easy fabrication, high power density, and a wide range of material choices, attracting the attention of many researchers [29][30][31][32]. They can collect and convert the low-frequency energy widely distributed in nature into electrical energy, which is an economic, green, and sustainable source of energy supply [33][34][35][36][37]. ...
... It is reported that some common items in life can be used as triboelectric materials for manufacturing TENGs, which provides great help for the collection of biomechanical energy, the detection of food quality, the provision of environmentally friendly energy, and the monitoring of human movement. For example, the latex film in a milk carton can be used to test the quality of food after being polished [21]; the waterproof function of the new nanocomposite material based on fabric can be used to collect the energy of wind and rain and sleep monitoring [22], and simple wearable devices can be attached to the human body and used in the monitoring of skating, basketball, Taekwondo and other sports scenes [23][24][25][26][27][28][29]. It has also been shown that: fiber/textile triboelectric nanogenerators can be used as human mechanical energy harvesters to provide mobile sustainable power for wearable electronic products [30]; new napkin-based triboelectric nanogenerators can be integrated into insoles to achieve physiological monitoring of the human body [31]; and by adjusting the weight percentage of expandable microspheres in the polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) mixture, a sensitive triboelectric nanogenerator can be obtained, which can be used to monitor respiration and pulse [32]. ...
... A method named surface plasmon resonance has arisen as an incredibly sensitive procedure for recognizing a very significant alteration in the refractive indexes of a detecting medium while communicating with the metal layer [1][2][3]. Enzyme detection, drug detection, medical diagnostics, and food safety are some of the biosensing applications of SPR-based biosensors [4][5][6][7][8]. Without any need for biomolecule labeling, a minute change in the refractive index (RI) can be detected in the detecting medium [9]. ...