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  • Electrical characterization of LiTaO_3:P(VDF–TrFE) composites
    Journal of Materials Science, 2009
    Co-Authors: Padmaja Guggilla, A. K. Batra, M. E. Edwards
    Abstract:

    Composites of pyroelectric ceramics and polymers are very important as their unique features and properties can be easily tailored for various specific applications. Lithium tantalatum oxide (LiTaO_3, LT), the pyroelectric ceramic powder has been incorporated into a polyvinylidene fluoride–trifluoroethylene [P(VDF–TrFE) 70/30 mol%] copolymer matrix to form 0–3 composites. The composite films were prepared using ‘solvent casting’ (SC) method to disperse the ceramic powder homogeneously in the P(VDF–TrFE) copolymer matrix with various wt% of LT powder. In order to derive high pyroelectric performance, the samples were poled. Electric properties, such as the dielectric constant, dielectric loss, and pyroelectric coefficient, have been measured as a function of temperature and frequency. In Addition, Material figures-of-merit, very important factors for assessing many sensor applications have also been calculated. The results show that the fabricated lead free lithium tantalite: P(VDF–TrFE) composite Materials have a good potential for pyroelectric infrared sensor applications.

  • Electrical characterization of LiTaO_3:P(VDF–TrFE) composites
    Journal of Materials Science, 2009
    Co-Authors: Padmaja Guggilla, A. K. Batra, M. E. Edwards
    Abstract:

    Composites of pyroelectric ceramics and polymers are very important as their unique features and properties can be easily tailored for various specific applications. Lithium tantalatum oxide (LiTaO_3, LT), the pyroelectric ceramic powder has been incorporated into a polyvinylidene fluoride–trifluoroethylene [P(VDF–TrFE) 70/30 mol%] copolymer matrix to form 0–3 composites. The composite films were prepared using ‘solvent casting’ (SC) method to disperse the ceramic powder homogeneously in the P(VDF–TrFE) copolymer matrix with various wt% of LT powder. In order to derive high pyroelectric performance, the samples were poled. Electric properties, such as the dielectric constant, dielectric loss, and pyroelectric coefficient, have been measured as a function of temperature and frequency. In Addition, Material figures-of-merit, very important factors for assessing many sensor applications have also been calculated. The results show that the fabricated lead free lithium tantalite: P(VDF–TrFE) composite Materials have a good potential for pyroelectric infrared sensor applications.

Padmaja Guggilla – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Electrical characterization of LiTaO_3:P(VDF–TrFE) composites
    Journal of Materials Science, 2009
    Co-Authors: Padmaja Guggilla, A. K. Batra, M. E. Edwards
    Abstract:

    Composites of pyroelectric ceramics and polymers are very important as their unique features and properties can be easily tailored for various specific applications. Lithium tantalatum oxide (LiTaO_3, LT), the pyroelectric ceramic powder has been incorporated into a polyvinylidene fluoride–trifluoroethylene [P(VDF–TrFE) 70/30 mol%] copolymer matrix to form 0–3 composites. The composite films were prepared using ‘solvent casting’ (SC) method to disperse the ceramic powder homogeneously in the P(VDF–TrFE) copolymer matrix with various wt% of LT powder. In order to derive high pyroelectric performance, the samples were poled. Electric properties, such as the dielectric constant, dielectric loss, and pyroelectric coefficient, have been measured as a function of temperature and frequency. In Addition, Material figures-of-merit, very important factors for assessing many sensor applications have also been calculated. The results show that the fabricated lead free lithium tantalite: P(VDF–TrFE) composite Materials have a good potential for pyroelectric infrared sensor applications.

  • Electrical characterization of LiTaO_3:P(VDF–TrFE) composites
    Journal of Materials Science, 2009
    Co-Authors: Padmaja Guggilla, A. K. Batra, M. E. Edwards
    Abstract:

    Composites of pyroelectric ceramics and polymers are very important as their unique features and properties can be easily tailored for various specific applications. Lithium tantalatum oxide (LiTaO_3, LT), the pyroelectric ceramic powder has been incorporated into a polyvinylidene fluoride–trifluoroethylene [P(VDF–TrFE) 70/30 mol%] copolymer matrix to form 0–3 composites. The composite films were prepared using ‘solvent casting’ (SC) method to disperse the ceramic powder homogeneously in the P(VDF–TrFE) copolymer matrix with various wt% of LT powder. In order to derive high pyroelectric performance, the samples were poled. Electric properties, such as the dielectric constant, dielectric loss, and pyroelectric coefficient, have been measured as a function of temperature and frequency. In Addition, Material figures-of-merit, very important factors for assessing many sensor applications have also been calculated. The results show that the fabricated lead free lithium tantalite: P(VDF–TrFE) composite Materials have a good potential for pyroelectric infrared sensor applications.

A. K. Batra – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Electrical characterization of LiTaO_3:P(VDF–TrFE) composites
    Journal of Materials Science, 2009
    Co-Authors: Padmaja Guggilla, A. K. Batra, M. E. Edwards
    Abstract:

    Composites of pyroelectric ceramics and polymers are very important as their unique features and properties can be easily tailored for various specific applications. Lithium tantalatum oxide (LiTaO_3, LT), the pyroelectric ceramic powder has been incorporated into a polyvinylidene fluoride–trifluoroethylene [P(VDF–TrFE) 70/30 mol%] copolymer matrix to form 0–3 composites. The composite films were prepared using ‘solvent casting’ (SC) method to disperse the ceramic powder homogeneously in the P(VDF–TrFE) copolymer matrix with various wt% of LT powder. In order to derive high pyroelectric performance, the samples were poled. Electric properties, such as the dielectric constant, dielectric loss, and pyroelectric coefficient, have been measured as a function of temperature and frequency. In Addition, Material figures-of-merit, very important factors for assessing many sensor applications have also been calculated. The results show that the fabricated lead free lithium tantalite: P(VDF–TrFE) composite Materials have a good potential for pyroelectric infrared sensor applications.

  • Electrical characterization of LiTaO_3:P(VDF–TrFE) composites
    Journal of Materials Science, 2009
    Co-Authors: Padmaja Guggilla, A. K. Batra, M. E. Edwards
    Abstract:

    Composites of pyroelectric ceramics and polymers are very important as their unique features and properties can be easily tailored for various specific applications. Lithium tantalatum oxide (LiTaO_3, LT), the pyroelectric ceramic powder has been incorporated into a polyvinylidene fluoride–trifluoroethylene [P(VDF–TrFE) 70/30 mol%] copolymer matrix to form 0–3 composites. The composite films were prepared using ‘solvent casting’ (SC) method to disperse the ceramic powder homogeneously in the P(VDF–TrFE) copolymer matrix with various wt% of LT powder. In order to derive high pyroelectric performance, the samples were poled. Electric properties, such as the dielectric constant, dielectric loss, and pyroelectric coefficient, have been measured as a function of temperature and frequency. In Addition, Material figures-of-merit, very important factors for assessing many sensor applications have also been calculated. The results show that the fabricated lead free lithium tantalite: P(VDF–TrFE) composite Materials have a good potential for pyroelectric infrared sensor applications.

Friedrich Bleicher – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Materials in machine tool structures
    CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, 2015
    Co-Authors: Hans Christian Möhring, Christian Brecher, Eberhard Abele, Jürgen Fleischer, Friedrich Bleicher
    Abstract:

    A broad variety of Materials can be found in modern machine tool structures ranging from steel and cast iron to fiber reinforced composite Materials. In Addition, Material combinations and hybrid structures are available. Furthermore, innovative intelligent and smart Materials which incorporate sensor and actuator functionality enable the realization of function integrated structures. Consequently, Material design and application discloses manifold degrees of freedom regarding a sophisticated layout and optimization of machine frames and components. This keynote paper presents the current state-of-the-art with respect to Materials applied in machine tool structures and reviews the correspondent scientific literature. Thus, it gives an overview and insight regarding Material selection and exploitation for high performance, high precision and high efficiency machine tools.

Zülfü Murat Canbay – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • CONTROL OF SWEATING AND CONDENSATION OF OUTER WALL APPLICATIONS
    Engineering Sciences, 2011
    Co-Authors: U.teoman Aksoy, Zülfü Murat Canbay
    Abstract:

    Sweating and condensation in the walls, the surrounding construction element is a result of air humidity and different temperatures. Sweating and condensation occurring the construction elements, in lowering the value of the heat holder Material, is caused by the spill and swelling of coating Materials. Without taking into account this problems structural damages depending on the applications of the wrong choice of Material are caused economic losses. In this study, the effect of humidity on the walls with different Materials and consruction method were investigated. The wall applications were sweating and condensation control. Thus, the condensation calculations of wall sections, the appropriate Materials will be brought side by side. In Addition, Material loss and Additional expenses will be prevented.