Pies Effect:

The piezoelectric effect can be found in some materials (such as for instance quartz) with an atomic lattice framework forming a rhomboid or cubic cell. When stress (mechanical pressure) is applied to the structure, it creates an electric charge and, when an electric field is applied, a mechanical deformation does occur. ‘Pies’ comes from the Greek word for pressure.

ActuatorPies Transducer:

A pies transducer changes electrical energy in physical energy or vice-versa. Ostensibly any kind of pies mechanism could be called a transducer. Piezoelectric may respond very quickly to operate a vehicle voltage changes and consequently tend to be used to create vibrations or noise. Pies transducers are employed in microphones, guitar audio pickups, speakers, buzzers, headphones, etc. The benefit of a pies speaker over a magnetically driven speaker is based on the simplicity, compactness, effectiveness and robustness of the pies ceramic plates which are used to maneuver the speaker diaphragm film.

Sonar and ultrasound imaging will also be centered on piezoelectric. In this instance, the ultrasonic transducers are driven at their mechanical resonance frequency, a phenomenon that significantly increases the amplitude while lowering the input power at the same time frame, i.e. the machine is run at its greatest efficiency.

Pies Actuator versus. Transducer:

In motion-control applications, pies technician components are often known as pies actuators. A pies Actuator is usually used to create forces or even to place masses very correctly. In motion-control applications pies actuators are often run well below their mechanical resonant frequency.

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