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Simple techniques for piezoelectric energy harvesting optimization

Abstract : Piezoelectric energy harvesting is a promising technique for battery-less miniature electronic devices. The object of this work is to evaluate simple and robust approaches to optimize the extracted power. First, a lightweight equivalent circuit derived from the Mason equivalent circuit is proposed. It’s a comprehensive circuit, which is suitable for piezoelectric seismic energy harvester investigation and power optimization. The optimal charge impedance for both the resistive load and complex load are given and analyzed. When complex load type can be implemented, the power output is constant at any excitation frequency with constant acceleration excitation. This power output is exactly the maximum power that can be extracted with matched resistive load without losses. However, this wide bandwidth optimization is not practical due to the high sensitivity the reactive component mismatch. Another approach to improve power extraction is the capability to implement a network of piezoelectric generators harvesting on various frequency nodes and different locations on a host structure. Simulations are conducted in the case of direct harvesting on a planar structure excited by a force pulse. These distributed harvesters, equipped with nonlinear technique SSHI (Synchronized Switching Harvesting on Inductor) devices, were connected in parallel, series, independently and other complex forms. The comparison results showed that the energy output didn’t depend on the storage capacitor connection method. However, only one set of SSHI circuit for a whole distributed harvesters system degrades the energy scavenging capability due to switching conflict. Finally a novel non-linear approach is proposed to allow optimization of the extracted energy while keeping simplicity and standalone capability. This circuit named S3H for “ Synchronized Serial Switch Harvesting” does not rely on any inductor and is constructed with a simple switch. The power harvested is more than twice the conventional technique one on a wide band of resistive load.
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yang Li. Simple techniques for piezoelectric energy harvesting optimization. Electronics. INSA de Lyon, 2014. English. ⟨NNT : 2014ISAL0077⟩. ⟨tel-01135309⟩

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