Publication detail

Verification of Vibration Power Generator Model for Prediction of Harvested Power

HADAŠ, Z. SINGULE, V. ONDRŮŠEK, Č.

Original Title

Verification of Vibration Power Generator Model for Prediction of Harvested Power

English Title

Verification of Vibration Power Generator Model for Prediction of Harvested Power

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with simulation modelling of a vibration power generator and verification of a complex generator model for prediction of harvested power. The vibration power generator is an electromagnetic energy harvesting device which uses an ambient energy on mechanical vibrations for generating useful electrical energy. This energy harvesting device presents a complex mechatronic system and it consists of resonance mechanism, electromechanical converter, power management (electronics and energy storage) and powered device. When this system is placed in environment with sufficient mechanical vibration, the generator harvests energy and it can be use as autonomous source of electrical energy for powering of wireless sensors or remote application in this environment. The verified simulation model of this device can provide a prediction of possible harvested power without any physical position of this device in a vibratory environment, only acceleration measurement is used as input.

English abstract

This paper deals with simulation modelling of a vibration power generator and verification of a complex generator model for prediction of harvested power. The vibration power generator is an electromagnetic energy harvesting device which uses an ambient energy on mechanical vibrations for generating useful electrical energy. This energy harvesting device presents a complex mechatronic system and it consists of resonance mechanism, electromechanical converter, power management (electronics and energy storage) and powered device. When this system is placed in environment with sufficient mechanical vibration, the generator harvests energy and it can be use as autonomous source of electrical energy for powering of wireless sensors or remote application in this environment. The verified simulation model of this device can provide a prediction of possible harvested power without any physical position of this device in a vibratory environment, only acceleration measurement is used as input.

Keywords

Mechatronics, Simulation Modelling, Simulink, Energy Harvesting, Electro-mechanical Conversion, Vibration Power Generator.

RIV year

2010

Released

11.05.2010

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Zurich, Switzerland

ISBN

1012-0394

Periodical

Solid State Phenomena

Year of study

2010

Number

164

State

CH

Pages from

291

Pages to

296

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT48698,
  author="Zdeněk {Hadaš} and Vladislav {Singule} and Čestmír {Ondrůšek}",
  title="Verification of Vibration Power Generator Model for Prediction of Harvested Power",
  annote="This paper deals with simulation modelling of a vibration power generator and verification of a complex generator model for prediction of harvested power. The vibration power generator is an electromagnetic energy harvesting device which uses an ambient energy on mechanical vibrations for generating useful electrical energy. This energy harvesting device presents a complex mechatronic system and it consists of resonance mechanism, electromechanical converter, power management (electronics and energy storage) and powered device. When this system is placed in environment with sufficient mechanical vibration, the generator harvests energy and it can be use as autonomous source of electrical energy for powering of wireless sensors or remote application in this environment. The verified simulation model of this device can provide a prediction of possible harvested power without any physical position of this device in a vibratory environment, only acceleration measurement is used as input.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  chapter="48698",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.164.291",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  journal="Solid State Phenomena",
  number="164",
  volume="2010",
  year="2010",
  month="may",
  pages="291--296",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}