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Relaxor/Ferroelectric Composites: A Solution in the Quest for Practically Viable Lead-Free Incipient Piezoceramics


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Author(s): Groh C, Franzbach DJ, Jo W, Webber K, Kling J, Schmitt LA, Kleebe HJ, Jeong S, Lee JS, Rödel J
Publisher: Wiley-VCH Verlag
Publication year: 2014
Volume: 24
Pages range: 356-362
ISSN: 1616-301X
eISSN: 1616-3018

Abstract

Recently developed lead-free incipient piezoceramics are promising candidates for off-resonance actuator applications with their exceptionally large electromechanical strains. Their commercialization currently faces two major challenges: high electric field required for activating the large strains and large strain hysteresis. It is demonstrated that design of a relaxor/ferroelectric composite provides a highly effective way to resolve both challenges. Experimental results in conjunction with numerical simulations provide key parameters for the development of viable incipient piezoceramics.



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APA: Groh, C., Franzbach, D.J., Jo, W., Webber, K., Kling, J., Schmitt, L.A.,... Rödel, J. (2014). Relaxor/Ferroelectric Composites: A Solution in the Quest for Practically Viable Lead-Free Incipient Piezoceramics. Advanced Functional Materials, 24, 356-362. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adfm.201302102

MLA: Groh, Claudia, et al. "Relaxor/Ferroelectric Composites: A Solution in the Quest for Practically Viable Lead-Free Incipient Piezoceramics." Advanced Functional Materials 24 (2014): 356-362.

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