Glass-ceramics containing Fresnoite crystals: a potential piezoelectric material for Surface Acoustic Waves generation at high temperatures

Marie-Sophie Renoirt

University of Mons (UMONS)

I am Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Mons (Engineering Faculty), in the field of Engineering and technology. I have beginning my PhD thesis in 2014, after realising a Master's degree in Chemistry and Material Science at University of Mons (Science Faculty). The subject of my PhD thesis is the potential of glass-ceramics containing fresnoite crystals to generate Surface Acoustic Waves. Therefore, I am working on piezoelectric ceramics and their properties, in the aim of sensors elaboration. In the same time, I supervise students during pratical works linked to material science (Rheology, Thermodynamic, Chemistry,...).

Abstract

Most of current piezoelectric sensors are based on ferroelectric ceramics. Nevertheless, the use of ferroelectrics is limited in temperature due to a rapid depolarisation over time, when approaching the Curie temperature.... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Marie-Sophie Renoirt (University of Mons (UMONS))
  2. Florian Dupla (University of Mons (UMONS))
  3. Maurice Gonon (University of Mons (UMONS))
  4. Nikolay Smagin (University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambrésis)
  5. Marc Duquennoy (University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambrésis)
  6. Grégory Martic (CRIBC, INISMA)

Topic Areas

Piezoelectrics , Sensors , Processing , (Micro)structure-property relations

Session

OS-3B » Symposium B - Piezoelectrics (10:30 - Tuesday, 10th July, Aula Louis Roppe)

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