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Copy of Design and Manufacturing of a Piezoelectric Tile

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the mechanical energy of people walking across floor tile will be absorbed in order to create electrical energy
This can be accomplished by placing piezoelectric materials inside the tile
The project aims to generate enough energy with the designed tile as a small source of electricity to operate / control light applications over a period of time.
Introduction
The piezoelectric tile is a way to reduce energy costs by harvesting mechanical energy
The absorbed power will be used through a PIC microcontroller to operate a light application.
Through our tile design and placement, people should not worry about walking on these floor tiles.
The piezoelectric tile is a way to reduce energy costs by harvesting mechanical energy
The absorbed power will be used through a PIC microcontroller to operate a light application.
Through our tile design and placement, people should not worry about walking on these floor tiles.
our major constraint is a proper tile design.

As the piezoelectric material increased in surface area output voltage will be increased.

the increase of the piezoelectric material surface area will increase the cost of the project
constrains
A)Solar energy:
Solar energy is regarded to be one of the most important and abundant sources of energy available to be utilized by people.
The heat source from the sun is achieved by taking advantage of the internal energy contained in the sun’s radiation, and could therefore be used to generate electricity by means of other equipment that facilitate the process such as the commonly used solar cells
Energy harvesting systems
B)Wind energy:
Wind energy harvesting systems are mainly composed of a large rotor made of two.
The flowing wind causes the blades to rotate about the horizontal shaft axis.
A gear box is then used to increase the speed of the shaft rotation.
Objective
The objective of our project is to create a device that harvests ambient energy sources into usable electrical energy.

The objective of our project is to create a device that harvests ambient energy sources into usable electrical energy.
the mechanical energy of people walking across floor tile will be absorbed in order to create electrical energy
This can be accomplished by placing piezoelectric materials inside the tile
The project aims to generate enough energy with the designed tile as a small source of electricity to operate / control light applications over a period of time.
introduction
our major constraint is a proper tile design.

As the piezoelectric material increased in surface area output voltage will be increased.

the increase of the piezoelectric material surface area will increase the cost of the project
constrains
A)Solar energy:
Solar energy is regarded to be one of the most important and abundant sources of energy available to be utilized by people.
The heat source from the sun is achieved by taking advantage of the internal energy contained in the sun’s radiation, and could therefore be used to generate electricity by means of other equipment that facilitate the process such as the commonly used solar cells
Energy harvesting systems
B)Wind energy:
Wind energy harvesting systems are mainly composed of a large rotor made of two.
The flowing wind causes the blades to rotate about the horizontal shaft axis.
A gear box is then used to increase the speed of the shaft rotation.
A)Solar energy:
Solar energy is regarded to be one of the most important and abundant sources of energy available to be utilized by people.
The heat source from the sun is achieved by taking advantage of the internal energy contained in the sun’s radiation, and could therefore be used to generate electricity by means of other equipment that facilitate the process such as the commonly used solar cells
Energy harvesting systems
B)Wind energy:
Wind energy harvesting systems are mainly composed of a large rotor made of two.
The flowing wind causes the blades to rotate about the horizontal shaft axis.
A gear box is then used to increase the speed of the shaft rotation.
B)Wind energy:
Wind energy harvesting systems are mainly composed of a large rotor made of two.
The flowing wind causes the blades to rotate about the horizontal shaft axis.
A gear box is then used to increase the speed of the shaft rotation.
low cost.
its energy efficient.
the increased of the productivity compared to available solutions.
direct generation of the appropriate voltage and current and no separate voltage source is needed to initiate the conversion process.
Advantages of using piezoelectric material
Applications Oriented to the project
Tile box design.
Energy conversion of the piezoelectric system.
Electronic circuit to convert vibration into electric energy.
Storing energy circuit.
Output / load connection/control.
Mechanical System Configuration
Tile design
Tile design
Tile design
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