Scaling Analysis for the Axial Displacement and Pressure of Flextensional Transducers

@inproceedings{Shih1998ScalingAF,
  title={Scaling Analysis for the Axial Displacement and Pressure of Flextensional Transducers},
  author={Wan Y. Shih and Wei-Heng Shih and Ilhan A. Aksay},
  year={1998}
}
We have examined the axial displacement, Dh, and maxivarying the thickness of the metal end cap and/or the diameter mum axial pressure, Pmax, of flextensional transducers such of the piezoelectric disk, axial displacements as high as 8% of as the moonies and the rainbows with both scaling and the thickness of the metal end cap have been achieved at the mechanical analyses. For a constant electric field E across center of the metal end cap. The rainbow is an oxide piezoelecthe transducer, Dh/t… CONTINUE READING

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