An experimental analysis of stripe deployed piezoelectric energy harvesters

  • Anju Sharma and Ritesh Yadav


Vibration energy gathering innovation applications for civil infrastructure has gotten noteworthy enthusiasm for late occasions. This is because of the focal points that are related with power autonomous, yield just energy harvesters which can possibly go about as either the power flexibly to low-power remote sensors or as power free sensors. Studies into the arrangement of such harvesters with civil infrastructure purposes have indicated a likely scope of utilizations running including elevated structures, pipelines, bridge infrastructure, and wind turbine structures. While there can be a gigantic expense related with the validation of energy harvesters through full-scale testing with civil infrastructure, experimental validation gives a cheap strategy for approving explicit vibration energy collecting gadgets with singular structures. By utilizing accessible datasets of the vibrational reaction of civil infrastructure to the gadget utilizing the shaker unit, the individual gadgets might be tried for reasonable excitation conditions with no scaling of the structures' vibrational reaction being required. This paper considers the utilization of experimental testing techniques for the experimental validation of stripe deployed energy harvesters. The hypothetical exhibition of the reaper for a model bridge going through train loadings is resolved and the presentation utilizing estimated datasets from full-scale testing for train bridge association has also appeared. An experimental arrangement is made to experimentally test the energy harvesters and the aftereffects of the experimental outcomes versus the hypothetical desires that are looked at. This paper advances build up the significance of experimental testing for vibration energy harvesters with civil infrastructure utilizations.

How to Cite
Anju Sharma and Ritesh Yadav. (2020). An experimental analysis of stripe deployed piezoelectric energy harvesters. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 9038 - 9046. Retrieved from