electromechanical coupling

Determination of Energy Efficiency Acoustic Devices in the Optical Transport Network Using 3D-Analysis of Electromechanical Coupling

In this paper we investigate electromechanical coupling coefficient. We show the investigation importance of spatial distribution coefficient of electromechanical coupling. This parameter characterizes the energy efficiency of piezoelectric transducer that in turn affects the acousto-optic devices in optical transport networks. We present basic definitions and types of electromechanical coupling coefficient. We also show the formula for determining the coefficient of electromechanical coupling that facilitates study of the spatial distribution of this coefficient.

Modeling and experimental verification of the thin multi-electrode piezoceramic bars' forced vibrations

This paper is devoted to analysis of the multi-electrode piezoceramic bars' forced vibrations. Analytical model is built for a thin and narrow piezoelectric ceramic bar with three pairs of divided electrodes on the upper and lower main surfaces. The formulae for input admittance, characteristic (resonant and anti-resonant) frequencies as well as for transform ratio are obtained. The fundamental modes of vibrations of thin piezoelectric bar and their odd and even overtones are studied.

Modeling of the energy-loss piezoceramic resonators by electric equivalent networks with passive elements

This paper is devoted to analysis of the modern achievements in energy loss problem for piezoceramic resonators. New experimental technique together with computing permits us to plot many resonators' parameters: admittance, impedance, phase angles, and power components etc. The author's opinion why mechanical quality under resonance is different from that under anti-resonance is given. The reason lies in clamped capacity and electromechanical coupling factor's value.