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2016-12-09

Abstract

The magnetoelectric effect in layered composite cantilevers consisting of strain coupled layers of magnetostrictive (MS), piezoelectric (PE), and substrate materials is investigated for magnetic field excitation at bendingresonance. Analytic theories are derived for the transverse magnetoelectric (ME) response in short and open circuit operation for three different layer sequences and results presented and discussed for the FeCoBSi-AlN-Si and the FeCoBSi-PZT-Si composite systems. Response optimized PE-MS layer thickness ratios are found to greatly change with operation mode shifting from near equal MS and PE layer thicknesses in the open circuit mode to near vanishing PE layer thicknesses in short circuit operation for all layer sequences. In addition the substrate layer thickness is found to differently affect the open and short circuit ME response producing shifts and reversal between ME response maxima depending on layer sequence. The observed rich ME response behavior for different layer thicknesses, sequences, operating modes, and PE materials can be explained by common neutral plane effects and different elastic compliance effects in short and open circuit operation.

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