A low-power circuit for piezoelectric vibration control by synchronized switching on voltage sources

Abstract : In the paper, a vibration damping system powered by harvested energy with implementation of the so-called SSDV (synchronized switch damping on voltage source) technique is designed and investigated. In the semi-passive approach, the piezoelectric element is intermittently switched from open-circuit to specific impedance synchronously with the structural vibration. Due to this switching procedure, a phase difference appears between the strain induced by vibration and the resulting voltage, thus creating energy dissipation. By supplying the energy collected from the piezoelectric materials to the switching circuit, a new low-power device using the SSDV technique is proposed. Compared with the original self-powered SSDI (synchronized switch damping on inductor), such a device can significantly improve its performance of vibration control. Its effectiveness in the single-mode resonant damping of a composite beam is validated by the experimental results.
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Sensors and Actuators A: Physical , Elsevier, 2010, pp.11
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Hui Shen, Jinhao Qiu, Hongli Ji, Kongjun Zhu, Marco Balsi, et al.. A low-power circuit for piezoelectric vibration control by synchronized switching on voltage sources. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical , Elsevier, 2010, pp.11. <hal-00503234>

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