Vibration Analysis of FGPM Beam

  • Pankaj SharmaEmail author
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Basically, the piezoelectric coupling coefficient is represented by the symbol \(d_{ij}\). The subscript i implies the direction of applied electric field, while j denotes the direction of induced strain. In piezoceramics, a high DC voltage is applied between a pair of electroded faces to establish the initial polarization within the piezoelectric material along the three axes.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Rajasthan Technical UniversityKotaIndia

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