STONEHENGE

STONEHENGE is an ensemble of easy-to-run codes for nonlinear dynamic analysis of vibration energy harvesting systems.

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STONEHENGE - Suite for Nonlinear Analysis of Energy Harvesting Systems is an ensemble of easy-to-run codes for nonlinear dynamic analysis of vibration energy harvesting systems. It encompasses several tools to simulate, control and visualize their dynamics, and provides a broad and robust framework for numerical experimentation.

Documentation

STONEHENGE modules are commented in order to explain their functionality to the final user. Each routine in the code has a short description about its purpose, and a list of inputs and/or outputs.

Software History

This suite is an ensemble of codes developed to conduct nonlinear analysis on a bistable piezoelectric-magneto-elastic energy harvester.

The underlying results are reported in the following publications:

Reproducibility

Simulations done with STONEHENGE are fully reproducible, as can be seen on this CodeOcean capsule

Authors

Citing STONEHENGE

We kindly ask users to cite the following reference in any publications reporting work done with STONEHENGE:

@misc{STONEHENGE,
   author.      = {J. P. Norenberg and J. V. L. L. Peterson and V. G. Lopes and R. Luo and L. de la Roca and M. Pereira and J. G. {Telles Ribeiro} and A. Cunha Jr},
   title        = { {STONEHENGE} - {S}uite for {N}onlinear {A}nalysis of {E}nergy {H}arvesting {S}ystems},
   year         = {2021},
   journal      = {Software Impacts},
   volume.      = {10},
   pages        = {100161},
   note         = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.simpa.2021.100161},
}

License

STONEHENGE is released under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for details. All new contributions must be made under the MIT license.

Funding