Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Design Principles for Materials and Structures: Material Figure­ of­ Merit and Self ­Resonance Tuning

Title
Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Design Principles for Materials and Structures: Material Figure­ of­ Merit and Self ­Resonance Tuning
Authors
강종윤송현철이동규김현수김선우남산
Issue Date
2020-12
Publisher
Advanced materials
Citation
VOL 32, NO 51, 2002208
Abstract
Piezoelectric energy harvesters (PEHs) aim to generate sufficient power to operate targeting device from the limited ambient energy. PEH includes mechanical‐ to‐ mechanical, mechanical‐ electrical, and electrical‐ electrical energy conversions, which are related to PEH structures, materials, and circuits, respectively; these should be efficient for increasing the total power. This critical review focuses on PEH structures and materials associated with the two major energy conversions to improve PEH performance. First, the resonance tuning mechanisms for PEH structures maintaining continuous resonance, regardless of a change in the vibration frequency, are presented. Based on the manual tuning technique, the electrically‐ and mechanically‐ driven self‐ resonance tuning (SRT) techniques are introduced in detail. The representative SRT harvesters are summarized in terms of tunability, power consumption, and net power. Second, the figure‐ of‐ merits of the piezoelectric materials for output power are summarized based on the operating conditions, and optimal piezoelectric materials are suggested. Piezoelectric materials with large kij, dij, and gij values are suitable for most PEHs, whereas those with large kij and Qm values should be used for on‐ resonance conditions, wherein the mechanical energy is directly supplied to the piezoelectric material. This comprehensive review provides insights for designing efficient structures and selection of proper piezoelectric materials for PEHs.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/71955
ISSN
0935-9648
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