A REVIEW ON VARIOUS PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS FOR CURRENT APPLICATIONS

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Published Sep 14, 2021
B Thirumala Rao Anand

Abstract

In general, everyone wants new technology to survive in this competitive world. In the
segment of instrumentation, the transducer is one of the electrical devices well suited for
domestic and small-scale industry applications. One of the new technologies in the
transducers such as piezoelectric transducer is widely used in the electrical and mechanical
field applications. So in this review paper, various piezoelectric materials are discussed
along with their physical properties and benefits. Current applications with piezoelectric
transducers are discussed and analyzed based on the physical properties of these
piezoelectric materials.

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Anand, B. T. R. (2021). A REVIEW ON VARIOUS PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS FOR CURRENT APPLICATIONS. SPAST Abstracts, 1(01). Retrieved from https://spast.org/techrep/article/view/310
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transducer, Piezoelectric

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