Pulsed Power Supply of Ferroelectric Ceramics by Shock-Induced Depoling


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In the frame of shock-induced depoling, PZT 95/5 ferroelectric ceramics with niobium doped has been assembled for the pulsed power supply, and the electrical current output has been investigated under the action of shock wave in a "normal mode". The electrical response of LRC load especially for the small resistance (R) and small inductance (L) load was studied. Plane-shock-wave tests were conducted, and the PZT 95/5 ceramics stacked in parallel were devised to generate high-power electrical pulse. An output current of 7 kA has been obtained, and the corresponding rise time of the front edge is under 500 ns. Theoretical calculations were conducted and a good agreement with the experiment presented.



Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 368-372)

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Wei Pan and Jianghong Gong




J. M. Du et al., "Pulsed Power Supply of Ferroelectric Ceramics by Shock-Induced Depoling", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 368-372, pp. 18-20, 2008

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February 2008




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