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    D. K. Das-Gupta
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218 Ferroelectric Polymers and Ceramic-Polymer Composites. Key Engineering Materials Vols.

218 Ferroelectric Polymers and Ceramic-Polymer Composites. 92-93 219. 220 Ferroelectric Polymers and Ceramic-Polymer Composites. 92-93 221. 222 Ferroelectric Polymers and Ceramic-Polymer Composites. Recent work on ceramic-polymer composites for piezoelectric and pyroelectric applications is presented with special regard to the production and characterisation of new composite materials as well as two new applications of these composite materials. One of these composites is made using ceramic powders obtained using the sol-gel technique.

Description: This book gives perspective of an exciting area of new and intelligent materials for electroactive sensor applications for microelectronics (and possibly in the nanometer scale) for the twenty-first century. Keywords: Eleven self-contained chapters, each written by renowed authorities in their field, cover many aspects concerning electroactivity in ceramics and their composites.

This book gives perspective of an exciting area of new and intelligent materials for electroactive sensor applications for microelectronics . 1. Structure and Properties of Ferroelectric Polymers. Authors: T. Furukawa.

This book gives perspective of an exciting area of new and intelligent materials for electroactive sensor applications for microelectronics (and possibly in the nanometer scale) for the twenty-first century. 15. Spectroscopic and other Techniques for the Study of Ferroelectricity in Polymers.

Published April 1994 by Trans Tech Publications.

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In Das-Gupta DK (ed) Key engineering materials 92–93 Trans Tech, Switzerland, chap 8Google Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Das-Gupta . 2000) Smart Ferroelectric Ceramic/Polymer Composite Sensors. In: Osada . De Rossi . eds) Polymer Sensors and Actuators. 12. Dias CJ, Das-Gupta DK (1996) IEEE Trans DEI 3: 706CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 13. Dias CJM (1994) Ferroelectric composites for pyro-and piezoelectric applications. PhD Thesis, University of Wales, UKGoogle Scholar. Macromolecular Systems - Materials Approach.

Items related to Ferroelectric Polymers & Ceramic-Polymer Composites. 11 self-contained chapters cover many aspects concerning electroactivity in ceramics and their composites. Published by Trans Tech Pubn (1994). Ferroelectric Polymers & Ceramic-Polymer Composites (Key Engineering Materials Ser, Vols 92-93). ISBN 13: 9780878496747.

Inorganic ceramic/polymer ferroelectric composite electrets. Smart and active transducers for the detection of acoustic emission. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, Vol. 3, Issue. Zhang, Qing-Qi Chan, Helen Lai-Wah Zhou, Qi-Fa and Choy, Chung Loong 1999. Effects of dispersing agent on the microstructure and properties of PCLT/P(VDF-TrFE) 0–3 nanocomposites. Ferroelectrics, Vol. 230, Issue.

Ferroelectric polymers are a group of crystalline polar polymers that are also ferroelectric, meaning that they maintain a permanent electric polarization that can be reversed, or switched, in an external electric field. Ferroelectric polymers, such as polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF), are used in acoustic transducers and electromechanical actuators because of their inherent piezoelectric response, and as heat sensors because of their inherent pyroelectric response.

Ferroelectric Polymers. by Dipankar Dasgupta. See a Problem? We’d love your help.

Developed composites are very promising group of materials due to the possibility of fabrication of materials with desired electrical and mechanical properties. Appropriate selection of components for ceramic slurry enables to obtain composites with low losses and high tunability. Using tape-casting technology and water-dispersible polymers environmentally friendly thin and flexibl. ONTINUE READING.