Approaches and developments in MEMS power harvesting generators

Mohammed Dhia Shaker, Hanim Salleh

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Abstract

This paper presents designs and optimizations for two types of micro electromechanical generators system, first one is the narrow band generators which have a particular resonant frequency the second one is wide band generators (tunable generators) where the resonant frequency can be controlled by adjusting the cantilever length, changing the distance between magnets, and etc. The work and developments done by researchers are presented and for comparison, their results are listed below: The Laser-micro generator was fabricated with a total volume of 1cm3, output power of 830W, frequencies (60 110) Hz. The output power of the (body-worn) generator was 225 W, volume of 0.25 cm3. The vibration-powered generator for intelligent sensor systems has an overall volume of 0.84 cm3 with an average power of 157 W when tested on a car engine. One type of Paddle generator produced an output power of 2 mW at a frequency of 9.81 kHz. In the frequency sweeper generator, the device generates 0.4 W with frequency range of 4.25 kHz. For Tunable energy harvesting piezoelectric cantilever generator, a natural frequency was successfully tuned over a frequency range of 2232 Hz to produce power output of 240280 W. The resonant frequency of the vibration-based electromagnetic micro-generator was tuned from 67.6 to 98 Hz to produce a power of 61.6156.6 W. The tuning of the wide band generators seemed to be effective.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 34th International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Conference, IEMT 2010
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01 Dec 2010
Event34th International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Conference, IEMT 2010 - Melaka, Malaysia
Duration: 30 Nov 201002 Dec 2010

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Other34th International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Conference, IEMT 2010
CountryMalaysia
CityMelaka
Period30/11/1002/12/10

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MEMS
Natural frequencies
Energy harvesting
Vibrations (mechanical)
Magnets
Railroad cars
Tuning
Engines
Lasers
Sensors

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Shaker, M. D., & Salleh, H. (2010). Approaches and developments in MEMS power harvesting generators. In Proceedings of the 34th International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Conference, IEMT 2010 [5746698] https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMT.2010.5746698
Shaker, Mohammed Dhia ; Salleh, Hanim. / Approaches and developments in MEMS power harvesting generators. Proceedings of the 34th International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Conference, IEMT 2010. 2010.
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Shaker, MD & Salleh, H 2010, Approaches and developments in MEMS power harvesting generators. in Proceedings of the 34th International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Conference, IEMT 2010., 5746698, 34th International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Conference, IEMT 2010, Melaka, Malaysia, 30/11/10. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMT.2010.5746698

Approaches and developments in MEMS power harvesting generators. / Shaker, Mohammed Dhia; Salleh, Hanim.

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