Torah, Russel N, Beeby, Stephen P and White, Neil M,
A study of the effect of powder preparation and milling process on the piezoelectric properties of thick-film PZT
Saneistr, J and Ripka, Pavel (eds.)
At EUROSENSORS XVI, Czech Republic.
15 - 18 Sep 2002.
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This paper details a study of the influence of Lead Zirconate Titanate (PZT) powder preparation and milling process on the d33 coefficient of thick-film PZT layers. In particular, the influence of the powder milling process and its effect on particle size, shape and distribution has been investigated. Ball milled, jet milled and attritor milled powders were obtained from Morgan Electro Ceramics Ltd. These powders were mixed with various ratios of lead borosilicate glass in the range 5 to 20% by weight and an appropriate quantity of ESL 500 solvent to formulate a screen printable paste. The results show the highest values of d33 were obtained from the ball milled powder with 10% glass content, but the most consistent results were obtained from the attritor milled samples.
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||A four page extended abstract of the paper is available on the conference proceedings CD-ROM Event Dates: September 15-18
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||EUROSENSORS XVI, Czech Republic, 2002-09-15 - 2002-09-18
||Thick-film, d33, piezoelectric, piezoceramic
||05 Jun 2003
||17 Apr 2017 22:50
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