Introduction to Piezoelectric Analysis in Ansys

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Introduction to Piezoelectric Analysis in Ansys

This webinar will give a brief introduction to piezoelectric Multiphysics analysis with a practical example.

A physical dimension that is converted into a force and applied to two opposing faces of the detecting element is how a piezoelectric sensor works.

Jacques and Pierre Curie made the initial discovery of piezoelectric materials in the 19th century. Piezoelectric, which literally translates to “pressure electricity,” accurately describes these materials since a deformation brought on by pressure would result in an electric current flowing through the substance.

Additionally, there are three subcategories of piezoelectric materials: piezoelectric composites, piezoelectric polymers, and piezoelectric ceramics (PZT).

PZT, also known as lead zirconate titanate, barium titanate, and lithium niobate, are a few examples of piezoelectric materials. Compared to quartz and other naturally occurring piezoelectric materials, these man-made materials have a stronger effect (are a better material to employ).

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