Paper Title:
A Magnetostrictive Energy Harvesting System for Bridge Structural Health Monitoring
  Abstract

Energy harvesting is a solution to feed wireless sensors for bridge structural health monitoring. Indeed, vibrations induced by traffic passing can be converted into electrical energy with suitable devices. This paper presents laboratory tests over a device based on galfenol rods, a magnetostrictive material. It is presented the general design and both mechanical and magneto-mechanical tests to verify the performance.

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Chapter 1: Sensor Systems for Monitoring of Structures
Edited by
Pietro Vincenzi
Pages
20-25
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.101.20
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C. S. Clemente, D. Davino, G. Maddaloni, M. R. Pecce, C. Visone, "A Magnetostrictive Energy Harvesting System for Bridge Structural Health Monitoring", Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 101, pp. 20-25, 2017
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October 2016
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