Coexisting conventional and inverse mechanocaloric effects in ferroelectrics

@article{MurilloNavarro2021CoexistingCA,
  title={Coexisting conventional and inverse mechanocaloric effects in ferroelectrics},
  author={D. E. Murillo-Navarro and M{\'o}nica Graf and Jorge {\'I}{\~n}iguez},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2021}
}
The mechanocaloric effect is the temperature change of a material upon application or removal of an external stress. Beyond its fundamental interest, this caloric response represents a promising and ecofriendly alternative to current cooling technologies. To obtain large mechanocaloric effects, we need materials whose elastic properties (e.g., strain, elastic compliance) are strongly temperature dependent. This is the case of ferroelectric perovskite oxides, where the development of the… 

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