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Trilayer Ni/PZT/Ni cylindrical magnetoelectric (ME) composites were prepared by electrodeposition, a process, which creates sub-millimeter raised edges due to current concentration near sharp points. The ME response in both axial and vertical modes was measured with the edges, with only outer edges removed, and with both outer and inner edges removed. The ME voltage coefficient improved at resonance by 40% and 147% without the edges in the vertical and axial modes, respectively. The observed improvements in three different samples were only present at the ME resonance and no changes were detected outside of the ME resonance. Mechanical quality factor at resonance also improved with no effect on the resonant frequency. Experimentally demonstrated minor geometry changes resulted in substantial ME improvement at resonant frequency. This study demonstrates device performance optimization. The observed effects have been attributed to improved vibrations in terms of decreased damping coefficient and enhanced vibration amplitude at resonance.
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AIP Advances, v. 7, issue 8, art. 085305
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Yakubov, Vladislav; Xu, Lirong; Volinsky, Alex A.; Qiao, Lijie; and Pan, De’an, "Edge Geometry Effects on Resonance Response of Electroplated Cylindrical Ni/PZT/Ni Magnetoelectric Composites" (2017). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Publications. 243.