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Mazdak Ebadi

Mazdak Ebadi

Academic rank: Assistant Professor
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3407-3868
Education: PhD.
ScopusId: 24775682400
Faculty: Engineering
Address: Arak University
Phone: 086-32625622

Research

Title
An Electrical Energy Regeneration Scheme for Energy Harvesting From a Vibration Absorption System in Tall Buildings
Type
JournalPaper
Keywords
Boost AC rectifier, Boost DC-DC converter, Energy regeneration Passivity-based control, Passive tuned mass damper Sliding mode control.
Year
2022
Journal International Journal of Industrial Electronics, Control and Optimization
DOI
Researchers Mohammad Ali Beladi Pour ، Amirhossein Abolmasoumi ، Mehdi Soleymani ، Mazdak Ebadi

Abstract

Electrical energy regeneration and storage in a tall structure with the installed passive pendulum tuned mass and damper (PPTMD) is investigated. While the passive vibration absorbing system works as an energy harvesting device, an electrical system including an electric motor, power electronic converters, a battery charger and storage subsystem are designed in order to store the energy taken from the structure vibrations which may be resulted from various external disturbances such as wind or earthquakes. The whole 76-story structure and the relevant electrical energy regeneration system are modeled and simulated and the design scheme is implemented on a two-story reduced order lab structure equipped with PPTMD, the electronic circuit and the battery. A boost AC rectifier is designed and controlled to rectify the AC output voltage and is followed by a boost DC-DC converter as a battery charger for the Li-ion battery. A passivity-based controller (PC) and a sliding mode controller are designed for the rectifier and the battery charger, respectively. The simulation and the real test results demonstrate the efficient harvesting and storage of the energy extracted from the building.