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- Piezoelectric Materials - Maria Dinescu, Kenji Uchino
- Piezoelectric Materials: Advances in Science, Technology and Applications
- Piezoelectric Materials in RF Applications
Piezoelectric Materials - Maria Dinescu, Kenji Uchino
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Piezoelectric Materials: Advances in Science, Technology and Applications
The development of piezoelectric materials and the new perspective. Part 2 Preparation methods and applications: Manufacturing methods for piezoelectric ceramic materials; Multilayer technologies for piezo-ceramic materials; Single crystal preparation techniques for manufacturing piezoelectric materials; Thin film technologies for manufacturing piezoelectric materials; Aerosol techniques for manufacturing piezoelectric materials; Manufacturing technologies for piezoelectric transducers. Part 3 Application oriented materials development: High-power piezoelectric materials; Photostrictive actuators using piezoelectric materials; The performance of piezoelectric materials under stress. Piezoelectric materials produce electric charges on their surfaces as a consequence of applying mechanical stress. They are used in the fabrication of a growing range of devices such as transducers used, for example, in ultrasound scanning , actuators deployed in such areas as vibration suppression in optical and microelectronic engineering , pressure sensor devices such as gyroscopes and increasingly as a way of producing energy. Their versatility has led to a wealth of research to broaden the range of piezoelectric materials and their potential uses. Advanced piezoelectric materials: science and technology provides a comprehensive review of these new materials, their properties, methods of manufacture and applications.
Piezoelectric Materials in RF Applications
Advances in Science, Technology and Applications. Piezoelectric materials advances in science, technology and applications. For example, PZT powder can be suspended in solvent to form PZT ink , , , , , which can be used for various applications, such as 3-D printing.
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The first experimental demonstration of a connection between macroscopic piezoelectric phenomena and crystallographic structure was published in by Pierre and Jacques Curie. Their experiment consisted of a conclusive measurement of surface charges appearing on specially prepared crystals tourmaline, quartz, topaz, cane sugar and Rochelle salt among them which were subjected to mechanical stress. These results were a credit to the Curies' imagination and perseverance, considering that they were obtained with nothing more than tinfoil, glue, wire, magnets and a jeweler's saw. In the scientific circles of the day, this effect was considered quite a "discovery," and was quickly dubbed as "piezoelectricity" in order to distinguish it from other areas of scientific phenomenological experience such as "contact electricity" friction generated static electricity and "pyroelectricity" electricity generated from crystals by heating. The Curie brothers asserted, however, that there was a one-to-one correspondence between the electrical effects of temperature change and mechanical stress in a given crystal, and that they had used this correspondence not only to pick the crystals for the experiment, but also to determine the cuts of those crystals. To them, their demonstration was a confirmation of predictions which followed naturally from their understanding of the microscopic crystallographic origins of pyroelectricity i.
Recently, the nanogenerators which can convert the mechanical energy into electricity by using piezoelectric one-dimensional nanomaterials have exhibited great potential in microscale power supply and sensor systems.
Piezoelectric materials are crucial to reach the expected performance of mobile objects because they exhibit high quality factors and sharp resonance and some of them are compatible with collective manufacturing technologies. We reviewed the main piezoelectric materials that can be used for radio frequency RF applications and herein report data on some devices. The modelling of piezoelectric plates and structures in the context of electronic circuits is presented. Among RF devices, filters are the most critical as the piezoelectric material must operate at RF frequencies.
List of Participants. I: Fundamentals on Ferroelectrics Piezoelectrics and Relaxors. Piezo-, pyro-, and ferroelectricity in biological materials; V.