The current advances in ultra-low power design let foresee great opportunities in energy harvesting platforms for self-powered systems. This paper compares some switching conversion schemes based on active control for harvesting energy from vibrating piezoelectric transducers with a higher efficiency than traditional approaches. The approach has been validated with simulations and experimental data.

Actively Controlled Power Conversion Techniques for Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Applications

ROMANI, ALDO;PAGANELLI, RUDI PAOLO;GOLFARELLI, ALESSANDRO;CODELUPPI, ROSSANO;DINI, MICHELE;SANGIORGI, ENRICO;TARTAGNI, MARCO
2009

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The current advances in ultra-low power design let foresee great opportunities in energy harvesting platforms for self-powered systems. This paper compares some switching conversion schemes based on active control for harvesting energy from vibrating piezoelectric transducers with a higher efficiency than traditional approaches. The approach has been validated with simulations and experimental data.
AISEM 2009 - Associazione Italiana Sensori e Microsistemi - XIV Congresso Annuale - Book of abstracts
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A. Romani; C. Tamburini; R. P. Paganelli; A. Golfarelli; R. Codeluppi; M. Dini; E. Sangiorgi; M. Tartagni
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