[Takaaki Suzuki] Polymer-based Vibration Energy Harvesting Technology Using Flexible 3D Microstructures

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Takaaki Suzuki

Takaaki Suzuki

Division of Mechanical Science and Technology,
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Gunma University
Associate Professor

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A vibration energy harvester having unique flexible three-dimensional microstructures is developed by combining piezoelectric film deposition technology of PVDF (Polyvinylidene fluoride) solution and three-dimensional lithographic technology. Small vibration energy of human body motion can be efficiently converted into the electric power by using the flexible device with low frequency wideband response.

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