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Bonded cylindrical Terfenol-D-epoxy/PZT magnetoelectric composites prepared by the one-step compression molding
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Magnetoelectric composites with bonded Terfenol-D-epoxy (TDE) and PZT cylindrical ceramics were prepared by the one-step compression molding at room temperature. The PZT cylindrical ceramics not only provided the piezoelectric phase, but also acted as a mold for TDE. The axial ME voltage coefficient of the cylindrical composites,
E,A, was studied. By contrast, the new structure has a larger ME voltage coefficient compared with the effective planar laminated composites due to the self-bound state. This study decreases the ME composite dimensions, making it a promising candidate for the magnetic field sensor applications.
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