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A matrix method for modeling electroelastic moduli of 0-3 piezo-composites

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4 Author(s)
Levassort, F. ; LUSSI/GIP Ultrasons BP, Tours, France ; Lethiecq, M. ; Certon, D. ; Patat, F.

A model is proposed to predict the electroelastic moduli of 0-3 connectivity piezo-composites from which parameters such as longitudinal wave velocity and thickness mode coupling factor can be deduced. The composite, a polymer loaded with ceramic particles, is represented by a unit cell, and a matrix manipulation is shown to be a practical way to perform a generalization of the series and parallel analysis used for 2-2 connectivity composites. The anisotropy of the ceramic phase is taken into account, and its effect on the properties of the composite is shown. The model is then used to optimize composite performance and to choose the two constituents through comparison of results obtained using several commercial polymers and ceramics.

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Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

March 1997

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