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ENERGY ANALYSIS OF ENERGY HARVESTING FROM MACHINE TOOL VIBRATIONS

HOLUB, M. HADAŠ, Z. BLECHA, P. VETIŠKA, J. SINGULE, V.

Original Title

ENERGY ANALYSIS OF ENERGY HARVESTING FROM MACHINE TOOL VIBRATIONS

English Title

ENERGY ANALYSIS OF ENERGY HARVESTING FROM MACHINE TOOL VIBRATIONS

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This contribution assesses the possibilities of application of Energy Harvesting technology in the field of machine tool diagnostics. These machines are on various parts more often fixed with many sensors monitoring status values such as deformations or temperature. However, in poorly accessible construction nodes, there is a problem with installation of both power and data cables. It could be solved by suitable application of an energy harvesting generator that would provide power supply to a specific sensor and enable wireless transfer of the measured data. In order to test the applicability of this solution, a detailed measurement and analysis of vibrations generated at defined regimes of a machine were performed, both without machining and during power machining with the use of a demonstrator. The results confirmed the possibility to use the technology of Energy Harvesting to capture electric energy from vibrations. Although the demonstrator generated only very little power, with the use of modern communication technology it would be sufficient for selected applications with discontinuous reading of the measured characteristics.

English abstract

This contribution assesses the possibilities of application of Energy Harvesting technology in the field of machine tool diagnostics. These machines are on various parts more often fixed with many sensors monitoring status values such as deformations or temperature. However, in poorly accessible construction nodes, there is a problem with installation of both power and data cables. It could be solved by suitable application of an energy harvesting generator that would provide power supply to a specific sensor and enable wireless transfer of the measured data. In order to test the applicability of this solution, a detailed measurement and analysis of vibrations generated at defined regimes of a machine were performed, both without machining and during power machining with the use of a demonstrator. The results confirmed the possibility to use the technology of Energy Harvesting to capture electric energy from vibrations. Although the demonstrator generated only very little power, with the use of modern communication technology it would be sufficient for selected applications with discontinuous reading of the measured characteristics.

Keywords

energy harvesting, machine-tools, vibration, milling, diagnostics

RIV year

2014

Released

06.03.2014

Publisher

MM publishing, s. r. o.,

Location

Praha

Pages from

462

Pages to

465

Pages count

4

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT107076,
  author="Michal {Holub} and Zdeněk {Hadaš} and Petr {Blecha} and Jan {Vetiška} and Vladislav {Singule}",
  title="ENERGY ANALYSIS OF ENERGY HARVESTING FROM MACHINE TOOL VIBRATIONS",
  annote="This contribution assesses the possibilities of application of Energy Harvesting technology in the field of machine tool diagnostics. These machines are on various parts more often fixed with many sensors monitoring status values such as deformations or temperature. However, in poorly accessible construction nodes, there is a problem with installation of both power and data cables. It could be solved by suitable application of an energy harvesting generator that would provide power supply to a specific sensor and enable wireless transfer of the measured data. In order to test the applicability of this solution, a detailed measurement and analysis of vibrations generated at defined regimes of a machine were performed, both without machining and during power machining with the use of a demonstrator. The results confirmed the possibility to use the technology of Energy Harvesting to capture electric energy from vibrations. Although the demonstrator generated only very little power, with the use of modern communication technology it would be sufficient for selected applications with discontinuous reading of the measured characteristics.",
  address="MM publishing, s. r. o.,",
  chapter="107076",
  institution="MM publishing, s. r. o.,",
  number="March",
  volume="2014",
  year="2014",
  month="march",
  pages="462--465",
  publisher="MM publishing, s. r. o.,",
  type="journal article - other"
}