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Nonlinear techniques for wide-bandwidth resonant energy harvesting

Abstract : Energy harvesting from motion is presently receiving great worldwide attention as a means to power autonomous systems. Conventional linear vibration energy harvesters are usually designed to be resonantly tuned to the ambient dominant frequency. They have a narrow operating bandwidth that limits their application in real-world environments where the ambient vibrations have their energy distributed over a wide spectrum of frequencies, with significant predominance of low frequency components and frequency tuning is not always possible due to geometrical/dynamical constraints.
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Najib Kacem, Emmanuel Foltête, Sébastien Baguet, Régis Dufour, Sébastien Hentz. Nonlinear techniques for wide-bandwidth resonant energy harvesting. 6th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2012), Sep 2012, Vienne, Austria. ⟨hal-00759445⟩



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