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Microstructured piezoceramic and fibre composite transducers for active semi-finished products


Publication Details
Author(s): Müller M, Peter S, Berg S, Heinrich M, Walther M, Hohlfeld K, Heberle J, Quentin UH, Koriath HJ, Gebhardt S, Schmidt M, Michaelis A, Kroll L, Richter F, Neugebauer R
Editor(s): R. Neugebauer
Publisher: Univ
Publishing place: Chemnitz
Publication year: 2013
Conference Proceedings Title: Proceedings of the 4th Scientific Symposium of the SFB/TR 39 PT-PIESA "Lightweight Design by Integrating Functions"
Pages range: 25-31
ISBN: 978-3-00-044670-2

Event details
Event: 4th Scientific Symposium of the SFB/TR 39 PT-PIESA "Lightweight Design by Integrating Functions"
Event location: Nürnberg
Start date of the event: 26/03/2013
End date of the event: 27/03/2013
Language: English

Abstract

Microstructured piezoceramic and piezofibre composite parts are used for the integration of functions in light metal and fibre composite parts. The paper describes a high-volume compatible approach for manufacturing of prefabricated microstructured piezoparts which can be used as transducers. Key processes have been investigated experimentally and compared to each other.



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APA: Müller, M., Peter, S., Berg, S., Heinrich, M., Walther, M., Hohlfeld, K.,... Neugebauer, R. (2013). Microstructured piezoceramic and fibre composite transducers for active semi-finished products. In R. Neugebauer (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th Scientific Symposium of the SFB/TR 39 PT-PIESA "Lightweight Design by Integrating Functions" (pp. 25-31). Nürnberg, DE: Chemnitz: Univ.

MLA: Müller, Michael, et al. "Microstructured piezoceramic and fibre composite transducers for active semi-finished products." Proceedings of the 4th Scientific Symposium of the SFB/TR 39 PT-PIESA "Lightweight Design by Integrating Functions", Nürnberg Ed. R. Neugebauer, Chemnitz: Univ, 2013. 25-31.

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