Energy harvesting using vibrating structures excited by shock

@article{Cavallier2005EnergyHU,
  title={Energy harvesting using vibrating structures excited by shock},
  author={Bruno Cavallier and Ph Berthelot and H. Nouira and Emmanuel Folt{\^e}te and Laurent Hirsinger and S. Ballandras},
  journal={IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={943-945}
}
Energy scavenging research shows a growing interest these last years. This paper aims to demonstrate the ability of micromachined vibrating structures to store mechanical energy and then to convert it into electrical energy through a piezoelectric plate. Such a micro power generator may be used as a mechanical to electrical energy transformer. The energy conversion consists in a mechanical shock enabling to convert low vibrating energy levels at very low frequencies (typically below 10 Hz for… CONTINUE READING

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