Vol.59, No.1, 2019, pp.257-274, doi:10.32604/cmc.2019.04498
Rayleigh-Type Wave in A Rotated Piezoelectric Crystal Imperfectly Bonded on a Dielectric Substrate
  • Guoquan Nie1, *, Menghe Wang1
1 Department of Engineering Mechanics, Shijiazhuang Tiedao University, Shijiazhuang, 050043, China.
* Corresponding Author: Guoquan Nie. Email: .
Propagation characteristics of Rayleigh-type wave in a piezoelectric layered system are theoretically investigated. The piezoelectric layer is considered as a cubic crystal with finite thickness rotated about Y-axis and is imperfectly bonded onto a semi-infinite dielectric substrate. The imperfect interface between the two constituents is assumed to be mechanically compliant and dielectrically weakly conducting. The exact dispersion relations for electrically open or shorted boundary conditions are obtained. The numerical results show that the phase velocity of Rayleigh-type wave is symmetric with respect to the cut orientation of 45。 and can achieve the maximum propagation speed in this orientation. The mechanical imperfection plays an important role in the dispersion relations, further the normal imperfection can produce a significant reduction of phase velocity comparing with the tangential imperfection. Comparing with the mechanical imperfection the electrical imperfection makes a relatively small reduction of phase velocity of Rayleigh-type wave. The obtained results can provide some fundamentals for understanding of piezoelectric semiconductor and for design and application of piezoelectric surface acoustic wave devices.
Piezoelectric cubic crystal, Rayleigh-type wave, imperfect interface, cut orientation, dispersion relation.
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. , "Rayleigh-type wave in a rotated piezoelectric crystal imperfectly bonded on a dielectric substrate," Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 59, no.1, pp. 257–274, 2019.
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