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|標題:||DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A BISTABLE VIBRATION ENERGY HARVESTER|
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|摘要:||The objective of this project is to design and fabricate a bistable mechanism (BM), which can be used to harvest vibration energy. The BM facilitates the bandwidth broadening of the device. This broadband capability can be attributed to the spring softening behaviors of the BM. This thesis covers the conceptual design, detailed design and the steps of prototype assembly. Design concept is illustrated by sketches. Mechanical drawings of each part of the device are presented. The steps to assemble the device are explained. The results of this thesis can be used a guideline for design and fabrication of the BM composed of rigid links and off-the-shelf springs.|
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