By Gustav Gautschi
------------------------------------------------------------ This e-book covers the full box of piezoelectric sensors for mechanical measurands. Scientists, engineers and technicians, in addition to scholars in engineering will locate during this e-book for the 1st time an entire assessment of this targeted form of sensors. large functional recommendation is given during the textual content permitting the reader to learn from the authors a long time event. The ebook bargains an summary of crucial piezoelectric fabrics and their homes in addition to a constant terminology for describing sensors. It incorporates a description of sensors for strength, pressure, strain, acceleration, and acoustic emission and an in-depth description of the specific electronics used with piezolectric sensors. Informations on calibrating sen- sors and electronics are given, in addition to various examples of sensible applications.
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7). Dauphine twins are therefore called electrical twins, too. In Japanese twins the optical axes form an angle of 84° 33'. Japanese twins can be composed of either a) a right- and a left-handed quartz, or b) of2 right-handed quartzes, or c) of 2left-handed quartzes. Brazilian and Japanese twins of type a (Fig. 7) are mirror twins. It is impossible to bring the crystallattices of the two individuals to congruency by a rotation which is the reason why they can not be formed by a mechanical or any other extern al influence.
0,720 nm. The ratio of the lattice constant is colao= 0,447 ... 0,453 [Epprecht 1953]. The density (Jvaries in the range of 3,0· 103 to 3,2· 103kg/m 3 and increases with the Fe-content. Tourmaline has a high mechanical strength and, like quartz, is resistant against most acids and alkali. 4. The values were taken from Mason [Mason 1950] and coincide quite weIl with the much earlier measurements done by Riecke and Voigt [Riecke and Voigt 1892]. The signs of the piezoelectric constants were adapted as defined by Cady [Cady 1964].
Sensor elements made from ß-quartz can only be designed for the transverse or the shear effect. The maximum transverse sensitivity is obtained with the orientation XYa45°, resulting in d 12 =-0,93 pC/N. An element of such orientation does not loose its piezoelectric properties near the phase transition from a- to ß-quartz. Until now, no manufacturer seems to have produced a sensor with such an element, although it would offer a quite wide operating temperature range. 3 Tourmaline Tourmaline is, from the chemical point of view, an aluminum-borosilicate.