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A schematic of the piezoelectric polymer integration into a door push bar is depicted in Figure 18. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2014. ch001 Figure 18. (Left) Door push bar with compressive force applied by hand. (Right) Forces applied to flexible piezoelectric cymbal energy harvester. The mechanism depicted in Figure 18 is based on the piezoelectric cymbal design which involves amplifying the induced compression to create significant tension (stretching) in the piezoelectric polymer.