Publication detail

Piezoceramic patches for energy harvesting and sensing purposes

HADAŠ, Z. KŠICA, F. RUBEŠ, O.

Original Title

Piezoceramic patches for energy harvesting and sensing purposes

English Title

Piezoceramic patches for energy harvesting and sensing purposes

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with a design, modelling, simulation, and test of vibrating mechanical cantilever with bonded piezoelectric patches for energy harvesting and sensing purposes. An experimental flexible structure was designed and piezoceramic patches were placed originally as energy harvesting devices. Furthermore, additional sensing functionality of piezoceramic patches is investigated in this paper. Such piezoceramic patches are integrated in the cantilever design and they could represent, for example, smart layers of an advanced aircraft structure. The design and position of the piezoceramic patches were analysed in the ANSYS environment. The finite element model was used to predict output voltage and power for varied vibration modes. This proposed design of the cantilever with piezoceramic patches was tested in laboratory conditions, and voltage response for varied mechanical excitation was measured and analysed for both energy harvesting and sensing purposes. Proposed paper will also present an example of practical usage of the tested design for impact detection. It could be mainly used in structural monitoring systems or health and usage systems in aircraft applications.

English abstract

This paper deals with a design, modelling, simulation, and test of vibrating mechanical cantilever with bonded piezoelectric patches for energy harvesting and sensing purposes. An experimental flexible structure was designed and piezoceramic patches were placed originally as energy harvesting devices. Furthermore, additional sensing functionality of piezoceramic patches is investigated in this paper. Such piezoceramic patches are integrated in the cantilever design and they could represent, for example, smart layers of an advanced aircraft structure. The design and position of the piezoceramic patches were analysed in the ANSYS environment. The finite element model was used to predict output voltage and power for varied vibration modes. This proposed design of the cantilever with piezoceramic patches was tested in laboratory conditions, and voltage response for varied mechanical excitation was measured and analysed for both energy harvesting and sensing purposes. Proposed paper will also present an example of practical usage of the tested design for impact detection. It could be mainly used in structural monitoring systems or health and usage systems in aircraft applications.

Keywords

Energy harvesting, seinsing, piezoceramics, cantilever, simulations

Released

22.08.2019

Publisher

Springer Berlin Heidelberg

ISBN

1951-6355

Periodical

European Physical Journal-Special Topics

Year of study

228

Number

7

State

FR

Pages from

1589

Pages to

1604

Pages count

16

URL

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT158167,
  author="Zdeněk {Hadaš} and Filip {Kšica} and Ondřej {Rubeš}",
  title="Piezoceramic patches for energy harvesting and sensing purposes",
  annote="This paper deals with a design, modelling, simulation, and test of vibrating mechanical cantilever with bonded piezoelectric patches for energy harvesting and sensing purposes. An experimental flexible structure was designed and piezoceramic patches were placed originally as energy harvesting devices. Furthermore, additional sensing functionality of piezoceramic patches is investigated in this paper. Such piezoceramic patches are integrated in the cantilever design and they could represent, for example, smart layers of an advanced aircraft structure. The design and position of the piezoceramic patches were analysed in the ANSYS environment. The finite element model was used to predict output voltage and power for varied vibration modes. This proposed design of the cantilever with piezoceramic patches was tested in laboratory conditions, and voltage response for varied mechanical excitation was measured and analysed for both energy harvesting and sensing purposes. Proposed paper will also present an example of practical usage of the tested design for impact detection. It could be mainly used in structural monitoring systems or health and usage systems in aircraft applications.",
  address="Springer Berlin Heidelberg",
  chapter="158167",
  doi="10.1140/epjst/e2019-800156-6",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Springer Berlin Heidelberg",
  number="7",
  volume="228",
  year="2019",
  month="august",
  pages="1589--1604",
  publisher="Springer Berlin Heidelberg",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}