Selection of ferroelectric ceramics for transducers and electrical energy storage devices

Gaurav Vats, Rahul Vaish, Chris R. Bowen

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The selection of an optimal ferroelectric material according to the user requirements is a crucial as well as onerous task; examples of such requirements include high efficiency, sensitivity, wide operating temperature, and frequency range, compact size, low cost and low loss, etc. In this study, quality function deployment (QFD) in combination with multiple attribute decision-making (MADM) is employed for material selection. Pb(1-x)Lax)(ZryTi) (1-y))O3[PLZT (7/60/40)] (lead-based) and (K 0.44Na0.52Li0.04)-(Nb 0.84Ta0.1Sb0.06)O3(KNN-LT-LS) (lead-free) are found to be the top-ranked piezoelectric ceramics for transducer applications. PLZT (7/60/40) (lead-based) and 0.7Bi0.5Na0.5TiO-3-0.2Bi0.5K0.5TiO3-0.1(Bi0.5Li0.5)TiO3 (lead-free) are found to be best materials for energy storage applications.

LanguageEnglish
PagesE1-E7
JournalInternational Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology
Volume12
Issue numberS1
Early online date3 Sep 2013
DOIs
StatusPublished - Jan 2015

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user requirements
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ferroelectric materials
Piezoelectric ceramics
energy
piezoelectric ceramics
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operating temperature
Ferroelectric materials
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Selection of ferroelectric ceramics for transducers and electrical energy storage devices. / Vats, Gaurav; Vaish, Rahul; Bowen, Chris R.

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