State of art of different kinds of fluid flow interactions with piezo for energy harvesting considering experimental, simulations and mathematical modeling

Mohit Yadav, Dinesh Yadav, Surendra Kumar, Deepak Chhabra

Abstract


In this work, the different kinds of fluid flow interactions with piezo smart materials have been discussed for energy harvesting. The present work has been classified into the following categories: (i) experimental investigations (ii) simulation and (iii) mathematical modelling. In section (i) different experimental set-ups such as harvesting of energy with the help of vortex flow, turbulent flow, cross flow, flow in an open channel and closed channel and flow through nozzles have been examined. In section (ii) simulations studies performed with different tools/software like ANSYS/fluent, COSMOL etc. have been detailed. Lastly, in section (iii) different mathematical equations such as Navier-Stokes equation of motion, Continuity equation, finite element method, numerical methods, transport equations, Bernoulli equation, equation of linear elasticity, fluid structural equations, piezoelectric equations and coupled-wave equations are described for generation of energy with fluid’s interaction. The present work has to fulfil two aims: (i) active engineers can choose the best appropriate methodology for their work in the same field (ii) researchers can know about how the area of energy harvesting has been grown in various decades, what are the practical application of this field with real life and the literature gaps of the field.

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Published: 2021-10-29

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Mohit Yadav, Dinesh Yadav, Surendra Kumar, Deepak Chhabra, State of art of different kinds of fluid flow interactions with piezo for energy harvesting considering experimental, simulations and mathematical modeling, J. Math. Comput. Sci., 11 (2021), 8258-8287

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