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Giant electro-mechanical energy conversion in [011] cut ferroelectric single crystals
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(Color online) (a) Strain vs. stress and electric field display a jump at the phase transformation. (b) The combination of critical stress and critical electric field driving forces that induce the forward and reverse phase transformation.

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(Color online) Energy harvesting cycle for phase transitioning ferroelectric harvesters. Electromechanical adaptation of the reverse ideal Brayton cycle showing (a) the stress-strain behavior and (b) the polarization-electric field behavior.

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(Color online) (a) Mechanical and electrical response vs. time for the 534 kΩ resistive load. (b) Polarization vs. electric field at various resistive loads plotted for one energy harvesting cycle.

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Comparison of energy density and operating frequency of mechanical energy harvesting materials.

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2012-01-26
2014-04-21

Abstract

Giant electro-mechanical energy conversion is demonstrated under a ferroelectric/ferroelectric phase transformation in [011] cut and poled lead titanate-based relaxor perovskite morphotropic single crystals. It is found that under mechanical pre-stress, a relatively small oscillatory stress drives the material reversibly between rhombohedral and orthorhombic phases with a remarkably high polarization and strain jump induced at zero bias electric field and room temperature. The measured electrical output per cycle is more than an order of magnitude larger than that reported for linear piezoelectric materials. Ideal thermodynamic cycles are presented for this electro-mechanical energy conversion followed by a presentation and discussion of the experimental data.

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Scitation: Giant electro-mechanical energy conversion in [011] cut ferroelectric single crystals
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