piezoelectric


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pi·e·zo·e·lec·tric

(pī'ĕ-zō-ē-lek'trik),
Pertaining to piezoelectricity.

piezoelectric

the generation of electricity in response to mechanical stimulation. See ultrasonography.
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Anyone interested in discussing a piezoelectric solution for an underwater application, please visit CTS' stand A50 at Oceanology International in London, March 13-15.
For a long time, the piezoelectric effect was only known for crystals.
By acquiring Noliac, the company provides a more complete range of piezoelectric solutions to customers, while growing its European presence and further diversifying its end market profile.
When designing this piezoelectric converter, specific application-adequate simultaneous equations should be defined and solved.
Increasing demand for ceramic-polymer composite material is driving the piezoelectric devices market.
Recently, extended finite element method, collocation boundary element, cell-based smoothed finite element method, and so forth were used to solve the problem of fracture in piezoelectric materials.
In this paper, a meshless radial basis function based on partition of unity method (RBF-PUM) is proposed to analyse 2D piezoelectric structures.
This polymer can also be blended with polyvinylidene fluoride for piezoelectric materials.
The work underscores how materials properties change at the nanoscale, since bulk molybdenum disulfide does not exhibit piezoelectric properties.
The nanogenerator takes advantage of a common piezoelectric polymer material called polyvinylidene fluoride, or PVDF.
Propagation of waves in piezoelectric structural layer have received considerable attention previously as exhibited by the work of Eskandari and Shodja [12], Du et al.