Reversible hysteresis for broadband magnetopiezoelastic energy harvesting

@inproceedings{Stanton2009ReversibleHF,
  title={Reversible hysteresis for broadband magnetopiezoelastic energy harvesting},
  author={Samuel C. Stanton and Clark C. McGehee and Brian P. Mann},
  year={2009}
}
We model and experimentally validate a nonlinear energy harvester capable of bidirectional hysteresis. In particular, both hardening and softening response within the quadratic potential field of a power generating piezoelectric beam (with a permanent magnet end mass) is invoked by tuning nonlinear magnetic interactions. Not only is this technique shown to increase the bandwidth of the device but experimental results additionally verify the capability to outperform linear resonance. Engaging… CONTINUE READING

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