Nano- and Piezoelectric Technologies, Materials and Devices

Ivan A. Parinov (Editor)
Vorovich Mechanics and Applied Mathematics Research Institute, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Series: Physics Research and Technology, Nanotechnology Science and Technology
BISAC: TEC027000



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The novel materials and devices based on nanotechnology and piezoelectric approaches have found wide applications in modern science techniques and technologies. A tremendous interest is ignited with the fast development of theoretical, experimental and numerical methods which provide new knowledge and are capable of providing a forecast on the development of very fine processes; particularly structural and phase transformations taking place during processing, loading and work of modern materials under critical influences. These specimens demonstrate a broad spectrum of properties in scale from nanometers up to macroscopic range. Numerous devices with their very high accuracy, longevity and extended possibilities to work in wide temperature and pressure ranges, aggressive media, etc. demonstrate characteristics directly defined by used compositions and technological solutions. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface pp.vii

Chapter 1. Characterization Techniques for Piezoelectric Materials and Devices
(A.N. Rybyanets, A.A. Naumenko, N.A. Shvetsova, Physics Research Institute, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
Chapter 2. The Piezoelectric Performance and Anisotropy Factors of Modern Three-Component Composites
(V. Yu. Topolov, C.R. Bowen, P. Bisegna and S.E. Filippov, Department of Physics, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, and others) pp.51-78

Chapter 3. Piezoelectric and Multiferroic Ceramic Materials on the Base of Different Structural Types
(L.A. Reznichenko, I.A. Verbenko, A.V. Pavlenko, A.A. Pavelko, K.P. Andryushin, S.I. Dudkina, L.A. Shilkina, H.A. Sadykov, A.G. Abubakarov, M.V. Talanov, N.P. Shabelskaya, V.M. Talanov, V.V. Ivanov, S.V. Titov and I.N. Andrushina, Research Institute of Physics, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
Chapter 4. Optimization of Output Characteristics of the Bimorph Power Harvesters
(V.A. Akopyan, Yu. N. Zakharov, I.A. Parinov, E.V. Rozhkov, S.N. Shevtsov and V.A. Chebanenko, Vorovich Mechanics and Applied Mathematics Research Institute, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, and others) pp.111-132

Chapter 5. Physical and Technological Fundamentals of Sapphire Production for Electronics
(S.P. Malyukov and Y.V. Klunnikova, Southern Federal University, Taganrog, Russia) pp.133-150

Chapter 6. Magnetic Certification Techniques of Nanomaterials for Functional Electronics Devices
(V.K. Ignatjev, A.A. Orlov, S.V. Perchenko, Volgograd State University, Volgograd, Russia) pp.151-192

Chapter 7. Graphene-Based Polymer Nanocomposites: Imaging of 3-D Graphene Network in a Polymer Matrix Using SEM
(J. Syurik, O.A. Ageev and A. Alekseev, Institute of Microstructure Technology (IMT), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany, and others) pp.193-216

Chapter 8. Investigation of Optoacoustic Effect in the Models of Biological Medium on the Presence of Carbon Nanomaterials
(I.B. Starchenko, G. Yu. Dzhuplina and D.V. Orda-Zhigulina, Southern Federal University, Special Design Office “Ritm”, Taganrog, Russia, and others) pp.217-250

Index pp.251-261

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