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  1. Flexible magnetostrictive devices for wireless power harvesting and transport Ben Siegfried McAlpine Group Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Princeton University

  2. What is Energy Harvesting? From the Natural World From the Human Body Scavenging power for small scale energy systems T. Starner, IBM Syst. J., 1996, 35, 618–629. http://www.superstock.co.uk/stock-photos-images/1555R-308348

  3. Using piezoelectric materials • Piezomagnetism: mechanical strain --> voltage • BUT: fragile; necessitates fabricating gold electrodes Y. Qi, J. Kim, T. D. Nguyen, B. Lisko, P. K. Purohit, M. C. McAlpine. Nano Lett.11, 1331-1336 (2011). http://www.physikinstrumente.com/en/products/prdetail.php?sortnr=400600.00

  4. Magnetomechanical effects Piezomagnetism Magnetostriction http://www.sensorland.com/ P. Lukashev, R. Sabirianov, and K. Belashchenko. Physical Review B, 78:184414, 2008.

  5. The Devices Cr2O3 – a room temperature piezomagnetic Cr/Cr2O3 Cr2O3 Cr2O3 Ni Ni Ni 3 hr @ 550C E-beam FeCl3 Cr Cr Cr SiO2 SiO2 SiO2 SiO2 PDMS Cr2O3 PDMS

  6. The Devices

  7. The Devices Terfenol-D films are a little trickier…

  8. Future Work • Nail down transfer procedures • Characterize magnetic properties using a high-resolution magnetometer • Transfer to silk films • Implant and test in animal tissue

  9. Future Work Y. Zhang and G. Liu. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics, pages 195–200, 2005. R. C. O’Handley, J. K. Huang, D. C. Bono, and J. Simon. IEEE Sensors Journal, 8(1):57–62, January 2008. L. Wang and F.G. Yuan. SPIE Smart Structures and Materials International Symposium, March 2007

  10. Acknowledgements • PEI Energy Grand Challenge • Departments of Chemistry and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering • Professor Mike McAlpine • Manu, Jeff, Booyeon, Kevin • Thanh, Kellye, Yong, Yao