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Author: Jiashi Yang
ISBN: 9814291447
Pages: 380 pages
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (April 1, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Engineering
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e-Book Antiplane Motions of Piezoceramics and Acoustic Wave Devices epub download

by Jiashi Yang



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Antiplane Motions Of Piez. This book focuses on dynamic antiplane problems of piezoelectric ceramics. It presents relatively simple theoretical solutions to many such problems, and attempts to use these solutions to demonstrate the operation and design of several acoustic wave devices. Some of the solutions are able to show the underlying physics clearly without the need for numerical computation.

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This book focuses on dynamic antiplane problems of piezoelectric ceramics

This book focuses on dynamic antiplane problems of piezoelectric ceramics  . It presents relatively simple theoretical solutions to many such problems, and attempts to use these solutions to demonstrate the operation and design of several acoustic wave d. to many such problems, and attempts to use these solutions to demonstrate the operation and design of several acoustic wave devices. It presents relatively simple theoretical solutions to many such problems, and attempts to use these solutions to demonstrate the operation and design of several acoustic wave devices Full description. Saved in: Main Author: Yang, Jiashi, 1956-. Other Authors: EBSCO Publishing (Firm).

Piezoelectric ceramics. Acoustic surface waves. a Key Features:The book covers an area that has not been systematically treated as a book beforeThe author is an international expert on the topic

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Antiplane motions of piezoceramics and acoustic wave devices. A piezoceramic wafer polarized and excited in its thickness direction can vibrate in al (TL) as well as thicknessshear (TS) modes of vibration which are coupled. The dispersion spectrum of a circular disk resonator is derived from the constitutive equations and evaluated for two different ceramics conversion of the spectrum with an apparent interchange of modes.

Acoustics & Sound Engineering Books. Antiplane Motions of Piezoceramics and Acoustic Wave Devices. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. This book focuses on dynamic antiplane problems of piezoelectric ceramics

Antiplane motions of piezoceramics and acoustic wave devices.

This book focuses on dynamic antiplane problems of piezoelectric ceramics. It presents relatively simple theoretical solutions to many such problems, and attempts to use these solutions to demonstrate the operation and design of several acoustic wave devices. Some of the solutions are able to show the underlying physics clearly without the need for numerical computation. The problems treated include the propagation of plate waves, surface waves, interface waves, Love waves, gap waves, and vibrations of finite bodies of various shapes with applications in resonators, mass sensors, fluid sensors, interface sensors, phononic crystals, piezoelectric generators or power harvesters, piezoelectric transformers, power or signal transmission through an elastic wall, and acoustic wave excitation and detection for nondestructive evaluation.