Hybrid fluid diaphragm structures for vibration energy harvesting applications

Abstract : This paper deals with the design of a compact, generic membrane structure suitable for vibration energy harvesting (VEH). A hybrid fluid diaphragm architecture is proposed. It allows the resonant frequency to match the classical low frequencies ambient excitations to be harvested. A semi analytical model has been developed and validated so the proposed structure can be easily tuned for a given application. The next step will consist in designing a piezoelectric structure which will be integrated to the HFD.
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Florian Huet, Fabien Formosa, Adrien Badel. Hybrid fluid diaphragm structures for vibration energy harvesting applications. journées nationales sur la récupération et le stockage de l'énergie pour l'alimentation de microsystèmes autonomes., Mar 2013, TOULOUSE, France. pp.PP. 38. ⟨hal-00915997⟩



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