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I have an application where I know the vibration frequency/force/acceleration of the source...

How can I find the maximum theoretical power output (in mw/watts...) of a tuned piezo where its resonance is the same as the source vibration frequency...

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# Maximum theoretical power from piezoelectric harvesting

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