Temperature Dependence of Domain Contributions as a Function of Aging in Soft and Hard Lead Zirconate Titanate Piezoelectric Ceramics.

Author(s) Qaisar, A.; Comyn, T.P.; Bell, A.J.
Journal IEEE Trans Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control
Date Published 2017 06
Abstract

The stress and temperature dependence of three different lead zirconate titanate ceramics have been measured at 48 h and 1 month after poling. The data were fit to a modified Rayleigh law in which a negative quadratic stress term accounts for a saturation of the domain wall contributions at higher stress. The relative changes to the fitting parameters can be explained by the materials possessing differences in the concentration of orientable defect dipoles, but with similar distributions of relaxation time constants.

DOI 10.1109/TUFFC.2017.2686490
ISSN 1525-8955
Citation S Qaisar A, Comyn TP, Bell AJ. Temperature Dependence of Domain Contributions as a Function of Aging in Soft and Hard Lead Zirconate Titanate Piezoelectric Ceramics. IEEE Trans Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control. 2017;64(6):1023-1028.

Related Applications, Forms & Industries