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报告题目:Small-scale Energy Harvesting

报告人:杨耀文教授(新加坡南洋理工大学土木与环境工程学院)

时间:2018年6月19日(周二)10:00-11:00

地点:南一楼东E321力学系会议室

邀 请 人:王琳教授,代胡亮博士

 

报告人简介:

Dr. Yaowen YANG is currently an Associate Professor and Associate Chair in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Deputy Director of the Protective Technology Research Centre, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. He is one of the lead researchers in area of small energy harvesting and structural health monitoring. His research interests include smart materials and structures for energy harvesting, structural health monitoring and uncertainty analysis in structural dynamics. Over the years, Dr Yang has received more than $6M (Singapore dollars) research fund from funding agencies and industry, and published 1 book, 3 monographs and over 200 journal and conference papers, among which 92 are SCI journal publications. His publications have received more than 2000 citations with an H-index of 26 in Web of Science, over 2700 citations with an H-index of 28 in Scopus, and over 4000 citations with an H-index of 32 in Google Scholar. Dr Yang has graduated 12 PhD students and supervised 10 Postdocs. Dr Yang received his B.Eng and M.Eng from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Ph.D from Nanyang Technological University. He serves as an editorial board member for multiple international journals and delivered keynote and invited lectures in many international conferences.

报告摘要:

      Small-scale energy harvesting for powering wireless sensor nodes and portable electronic devices has received intense research focus over the years. This talk presents comprehensive research work carried out in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, on vibration and wind energy harvesting using piezoelectric materials. Various aspects of piezoelectric energy harvesting will be discussed, including its origination, linear and nonlinear harvester design topologies, analytical, finite element and equivalent circuit modelling approaches, experimental validations, harvesting circuits, various efficiency enhancement techniques, structural integrity and fatigue issues. The pros and cons of piezoelectric energy harvesting, practical applications and challenges will also be discussed.