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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F. Huet, F. Formosa, A. Badel. Hybrid fluid diaphragm structures for vibration energy harvesting applications. JNRSE 2013, Mar 2013, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02042884⟩

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