lunes, 24 de marzo de 2014

Piezoelectric Ceramics Properties and Applications

Piezoelectric Ceramics Properties and Applications



Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION  (347kb)

Chapter 2
PHYSICAL BASIS PDF Document 971kb (971 kb)
2.1 The piezoelectric effect in ceramic materials
2.2 Piezoelectric materials
2.3 Dielectric hysteresis
2.4 Basic behaviour of a piezoelectric ceramic body
2.5 Stability
2.6 Depolarisation
2.7 Piezoelectric constants
2.8 Examples
2.9 Dynamic behaviour of PZT transducers
2.10 Frequency constant N
2.11 Coupling factor k
2.12 Comparison of piezoelectric ceramic and crystalline quartz
2.13 Pyroelectric behaviour
Chapter 3
GENERATORS PDF logo   (541 kb)
3.1 Static loading
3.2 Dynamic loading
3.3 Multilayer generators
Chapter 4
SENSORS PDF logo (567 kb)
4.1 Axial sensors
4.2 Flexional sensors
4.3 Temperature-dependence of sensors
4.4 Some practical applications
Chapter 5
ACTUATORS PDF Logo (1.65 MB)
5.1 Basic calculations on actuators
5.2 Composite actuators
5.3 Actuators for higher operating frequencies
5.4 Drive circuitry
5.5 Flexure elements as actuators
5.6 Applications
5.7 Piezoelectric pumps
5.8 Piezoelectric motors
5.9 Multilayer actuators
Chapter 6a
TRANSDUCERS PDF logo  (650 kb)
6.1 Ultrasonic power transducers
Chapter 6b
TRANSDUCERS (Cont’d) PDF logo  (758 kb)
6.2 High intensity transducers with amplitude transformation
6.3 Pulverisation of liquids
6.4 Ultrasound air transducers
6.5 Flexure mode ultrasound transducers
Chapter 6c
TRANSDUCERS (Cont’d) PDF Logo (921 kb)
6.6 Compact ultrasound air transducers
6.7 Sound transducers (buzzers)
6.8 A fluid level sensor
6.9 PZT delay lines
6.10 PZT transformers
Chapter 7
COMBINED APPLICATIONS PDF Logo (205 kb)
7.1 Echo-sounding systems
7.2 Flow meters
7.3 Key finder
Chapter 8
TESTING OF PZT DISCS AND PLATES PDF logo (175 kb)
8.1 General
8.2 Dynamic methods
8.3 Quasi-static method
8.4 The effective coupling factor derived from resonance behaviour

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