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Composite Magnetoelectrics by N Sun, S Priya, G Srinivasan

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6.4. Recent advances in piezoelectric and magnetoelectric materials

According to Eqns (6.6)(6.8), piezoelectric material with high d and g is required to achieve high ME charge and voltage coefficients. In this section, we will focus on the recent development of high-performance piezoelectric materials.

Table 6.1

List of magnetoelectric laminate composites

YearCompositionsDC bias/frequencydE/dH (mV/cm Oe)References
2001Pb(Zr,Ti)O3/TbDyFe24200 Oe/1 kHz4680Ryu, Carazo, Uchino, and Kim (2001)
2002Pb(Zr0.5Ti0.5)O3/Tb1xDyxFe24000 Oe/1 kHz5900Ryu, Priya, Uchino, and Kim (2002)
2004Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3–PbTiO3/Tb1xDyxFe2400 Oe/1 kHz4300Dong, Li, Viehland, Cheng, and Cross (2004)
2004BaTiO3/Tb1xDyxFe2350 Oe/1 kHz2100Liu, Nan, Cai, and Lin (2004)
2005Ni/Pb(Zr

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