Advances in Ceramics - Electric and Magnetic Ceramics, by Edited by: Assoc. Costas Sikalidis

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For the spark plasma sintering of the BZT and BT powders. This study was supported in part by a grant-in-aid from the ministry of education (No. 22560671), sports, culture, and technology, Japan and the Iketani science and technology foundation. Some figures and some parts of the sentences are used under the permission of the Japanese Journal of Applied Physics. 6. ; Hennings, D. & De With, G. (1985) Dielectric properties of fine-grained barium titanate ceramics, Jounal of Applied Physics, Vol.

The direct piezo effect discovered in 1880 by Pierre and Jacques Currie 24 Advances in Ceramics – Electric and Magnetic Ceramics, Bioceramics, Ceramics and Environment means that a structure disposed to physical loads generates a proportional charge or voltage. The direct piezoelectric effect is used for different types of sensors transforming physical loads to an electric signal. The inverse piezoelectric effect means to deform a structure by charge or voltage application. 1 per cent of the initial length depending on the used material by an applied electric field of about 2000 V/mm.

J= 3 (11) Integrated Piezoceramics as a Base of Intelligent Actuators 29 The variants of the basic links shown in Table 1 allow closed structures synthesis by means of link coupling directly among them, or by means of sequential kinematics chains including one or more links of type n2. Table 1. Possible variants of basic links of closed kinematic structures In Table 2 are shown the possible closed structures received from Table 1, included only basic links. In Table 2 the links n3, n4 and so on are presented by the symbols , representing the number of their joints by bubbles.

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