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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2023 Vol.24 No.11 P.991-1002


Experimental and theoretical analysis of a hybrid vibration energy harvester with integrated piezoelectric and electromagnetic interaction

Author(s):  Shifan HUANG, Weihao LUO, Zongming ZHU, Zhenlong XU, Ban WANG, Maoying ZHOU, Huawei QIN

Affiliation(s):  School of Mechanical Engineering, Hangzhou Dianzi University, Hangzhou 310018, China

Corresponding email(s):   myzhou@hdu.edu.cn

Key Words:  Hybrid energy harvesting, Nonlinear interaction, Magnetic spring, Piezoelectricity, Electromagnetism

Shifan HUANG, Weihao LUO, Zongming ZHU, Zhenlong XU, Ban WANG, Maoying ZHOU, Huawei QIN. Experimental and theoretical analysis of a hybrid vibration energy harvester with integrated piezoelectric and electromagnetic interaction[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2023, 24(11): 991-1002.

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Harvesting vibration energy has attracted the attention of researchers in recent decades as a promising approach for powering wireless sensor networks. The hybridization of piezoelectricity and electromagnetism has proven helpful in the improvement of vibration energy harvesting. In this study, we explore the integration of piezoelectric and electromagnetic parts in one vibration energy harvesting device. Lumped-parameter models of the system are derived considering the different connection topologies of the piezoelectric and electromagnetic parts. Numerical predictions from these models are compared with experimental results to throw light on the nonlinearities in the system. Modifications of the system are also explored to provide insights into opportunities to improve its performance and that of future vibration energy harvesters.




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