Admittance Characteristics of Radial and Thickness Vibrations of Thin Piezoceramic Disks
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Experimental results on the forced radial and thickness vibrations of circular piezoceramic plates are analyzed. Experimental and theoretical amplitude–frequency plots for admittance and its active and reactive components are compared. It is established that the admittance–frequency characteristics are very dependent on the vibration mode and interelectrode capacitance. The calculations of admittance are in agreement with the experimental data.
Keywordspiezoceramic circular resonator admittance impedance and phase shift amplitude–frequency response
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