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A Review of a Few Topics in Piezoelectricity

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Jiashi Yang

Department of Engineering Mechanics, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68588-0526jyang1@unl.edu

Appl. Mech. Rev 59(6), 335-345 (Nov 01, 2006) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2345378 History:

This is a review article on a few special topics in piezoelectricity: gradient and nonlocal theories, fully dynamic theory with Maxwell equations, piezoelectric semiconductors, and motions of rotating piezoelectric bodies. They all require some extension of the classical theory of piezoelectricity. They are relatively new, more advanced, and growing subjects with applications or potential applications in various electromechanical devices. The article contains 209 references. (In memory of Raymond D. Mindlin (1906–1987)).

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A simple piezoelectric gyroscope

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Output voltage versus the driving frequency ω

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Figure 1

Capacitance of a thin dielectric film

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Electric potential of a line source

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Dispersion of short waves due to electric field gradient

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Dispersion of short waves by strain gradient theories and lattices dynamics

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A surface acoustic wave amplifier

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Transition from damped waves to growing waves

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Output voltage versus the rotation rate Ω

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Rotation induced frequency shifts of waves in a plate

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