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100 1  Yang, Jiashi 
245 10 Analysis Of Piezoelectric Devices 
264  1 Singapore :|bWorld Scientific Publishing Company,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2006 
300    1 online resource (537 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Three-
       Dimensional Theories -- 1.1 Nonlinear Electroelasticity 
       for Strong Fields -- 1.2 Linear Piezoelectricity for 
       Infinitesimal Fields -- 1.3 Linear Theory for Small Fields
       Superposed on a Finite Bias -- 1.4 Cubic Theory for Weak 
       Nonlinearity -- Chapter 2: Thickness-Shear Modes of Plate 
       Resonators -- 2.1 Static Thickness-Shear Deformation -- 
       2.2 Nonlinear Thickness-Shear Deformation -- 2.3 Effects 
       of Initial Fields on Thickness-Shear Deformation -- 2.4 
       Linear Thickness-Shear Vibration -- 2.5 Effects of 
       Electrode Inertia -- 2.6 Inertial Effects of Imperfectly 
       Bounded Electrodes -- 2.7 Effects of Electrode Inertia and
       Shear Stiffness -- 2.8 Nonlinear Thickness-Shear Vibration
       -- 2.9 Effects of Initial Fields on Thickness-Shear 
       Vibration -- Chapter 3: Slowly Varying Thickness-Shear 
       Modes -- 3.1 Exact Waves in a Plate -- 3.2 An Approximate 
       Equation for Thickness-Shear Waves -- 3.3 Thickness-Shear 
       Vibration of Finite Plates -- 3.4 Energy Trapping in Mesa 
       Resonators -- 3.5 Contoured Resonators -- 3.6 Energy 
       Trapping due to Material Inhomogeneity -- 3.7 Energy 
       Trapping by Electrode Mass -- 3.8 Effects of Non-uniform 
       Electrodes -- 3.9 Effects of Electromechanical Coupling on
       Energy Trapping -- 3.10 Coupling to Flexure -- 3.11 
       Coupling to Face-Shear and Flexure -- 3.12 Effects of 
       Middle Surface Curvature -- Chapter 4: Mass Sensors -- 4.1
       Inertial Effect of a Mass Layer by Perturbation -- 4.2 
       Thickness-Shear Modes of a Plate -- 4.3 Anti-Plane Modes 
       of a Wedge -- 4.4 Torsional Modes of a Conical Shell -- 
       4.5 Effects of Inertia and Stiffness of a Mass Layer by 
       Perturbation -- 4.6 Effects of Inertia and Stiffness of a 
       Mass Layer by Variation -- 4.7 Radial Modes of a Ring -- 
       4.8 Effects of Shear Deformability of a Mass Layer -- 4.9 
       Thickness-Shear Modes of a Plate with Thick Mass Layers 
505 8  4.10 An Ill-Posed Problem in Elasticity for Mass Sensors -
       - 4.11 Thickness-Shear Modes of a Circular Cylinder -- 
       4.12 Mass Sensitivity of Surface Waves -- 4.13 Thickness-
       Twist Waves in a Ceramic Plate -- 4.14 Bechmann's Number 
       for Thickness-Twist Waves -- 4.15 Thickness-Twist Waves in
       a Quartz Plate -- Chapter 5: Fluid Sensors -- 5.1 An Ill-
       Posed Problem in Elasticity for Fluid Sensors -- 5.2 
       Perturbation Analysis -- 5.3 Thickness-Shear Modes of a 
       Plate -- 5.4 Torsional Modes of a Cylindrical Shell -- 5.5
       Thickness-Shear Modes of a Circular Cylinder -- 5.6 
       Surface Wave Fluid Sensors -- 5.7 Thickness-Twist Waves in
       a Ceramic Plate -- Chapter 6: Gyroscopes - Frequency 
       Effect -- 6.1 High Frequency Vibrations of a Small 
       Rotating Piezoelectric Body -- 6.2 Propagation of Plane 
       Waves -- 6.3 Thickness Vibrations of Plates -- 6.4 
       Propagating Waves in a Rotating Piezoelectric Plate -- 6.5
       Surface Waves over a Rotating Piezoelectric Half-Space -- 
       Chapter 7: Gyroscopes - Charge Effect -- 7.1 A Rectangular
       Beam -- 7.2 A Circular Tube -- 7.3 A Beam Bimorph -- 7.4 
       An Inhomogeneous Shell -- 7.5 A Ceramic Ring -- 7.6 A 
       Concentrated Mass and Ceramic Rods -- 7.7 A Ceramic Plate 
       by Two-Dimensional Equations -- 7.8 A Ceramic Plate by 
       Zero-Dimensional Equations -- Chapter 8 Acceleration 
       Sensitivity -- 8.1 Deformation of a Quartz Plate under 
       Normal Acceleration -- 8.2 First-Order Acceleration 
       Sensitivity -- 8.3 An Estimate of Second-Order 
       Acceleration Sensitivity and its Reduction -- 8.4 Second-
       Order Perturbation Analysis -- 8.5 Second-Order Normal 
       Acceleration Sensitivity -- 8.6 Effects of Middle Surface 
       Curvature -- 8.7 Vibration Sensitivity -- Chapter 9: 
       Pressure Sensors -- 9.1 A Rectangular Plate in a Circular 
       Cylindrical Shell -- 9.2 A Circular Plate in a Circular 
       Cylindrical Shell -- 9.3 A Rectangular Plate in a Shallow 
       Shell -- 9.4 A Bimorph 
505 8  9.5 Surface Wave Pressure Sensors Based on Extension -- 
       9.6 Surface Wave Pressure Sensors Based on Flexure -- 
       Chapter 10: Temperature Sensors -- 10.1 
       Thermoelectroelasticity -- 10.2 Linear Theory -- 10.3 
       Small Fields Superposed on a Thermal Bias -- 10.4 
       Thickness-Shear Modes of a Free Plate -- 10.5 Thickness-
       Shear Modes of a Constrained Plate -- Chapter 11: 
       Piezoelectric Generators -- 11.1 Thickness-Stretch of a 
       Ceramic Plate -- 11.2 A Circular Shell -- 11.3 A Beam 
       Bimorph -- 11.4 A Spiral Bimorph -- 11.5 Nonlinear 
       Behavior near Resonance -- Chapter 12: Piezoelectric 
       Transformers -- 12.1 A Thickness-Stretch Mode Plate 
       Transformer -- 12.2 Rosen Transformer -- 12.3 A Thickness-
       Shear Mode Transformer - Free Vibration -- 12.4 A 
       Thickness-Shear Mode Transformer - Forced Vibration -- 
       Chapter 13: Power Transmission through an Elastic Wall -- 
       13.1 Formulation of the Problem -- 13.2 Theoretical 
       Analysis -- 13.3 Numerical Results -- Chapter 14: Acoustic
       Wave Amplifiers -- 14.1 Equations for Piezoelectric 
       Semiconductors -- 14.2 Equations for a Thin Film -- 14.3 
       Surface Waves -- 14.4 Interface Waves -- 14.5 Waves in a 
       Plate -- 14.6 Gap Waves -- References -- Appendix 1 
       Notation -- Appendix 2 Electroelastic Material Constants -
       - Index 
520    Key Features:A highly theoretical treatment of 
       piezoelectric devicesThe three-dimensional theory of 
       piezoelectricity, as well as the two-, one- and zero-
       dimensional theoriesIncludes the operating principles and 
       basic behaviors of the devices analyzedIn the spirit of 
       Mindlin's school of applied mechanics from theories to 
       applications 
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