Computer investigation of material properties of heterogeneously polarized porous piezoceramics with metallized pore surfaces

Andrey Nasedkin

Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics & Computer Science, Southern Federal University

Professor, Head of Department of Mathematical Modeling,Affiliation: Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics & Computer Science, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, RussiaResearch interest: mathematical modelling, finite element method, coupled problems, piezoelectricity, composite, nanomechanics, surface effects, multiscale, dynamic problems, contact problems, fluid-structure interface, piezoelectric devices, material properties identification

Abstract

Piezoelectric materials that demonstrate linear coupling of mechanical and electric fields in a wide range of external influences have numerous applications in modern industry. For example, they can be used as active materials... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Andrey Nasedkin (Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics & Computer Science, Southern Federal University)
  2. Anna Nasedkina (Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics & Computer Science, Southern Federal University)
  3. Andrey Rybyanets (Research Institute of Physics, Southern Federal University)

Topic Areas

Piezoelectrics , Theory and modeling , (Micro)structure-property relations

Session

PS-3C » Poster Session 3 - Symposium C (17:00 - Wednesday, 11th July, Foyer)

Presentation Files

NA_NA_RA.pdf

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