Determining the effect of the duration of alternating acoustic excitation on electromagnetic response parameters of the composite

V. P. Surzhikov, L. V. Yavorovich, B. D. Zhanchipov

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The paper presents the results of the experimental investigation dealing with the effect of the alternating excitation acoustic pulse duration on the parameters of the electromagnetic emission caused by interaction of acoustic vibrations with inhomogeneities in the sample structure, piezoelectric inclusions and media interfaces of different dielectric properties. The model sample was epoxy resin with quartz sand as filler. The electrical component of the response was recorded with a capacitive transducer. The acoustic pulse was generated by piezoelectric transducer at frequencies of 57 kHz, 65 kHz, 74 kHz, 87.5 kHz and 94.5 kHz with the pulse duration varying from 10 gs to 100 gs. It is shown that the reduced duration of the acoustic action leads to dominance of the intrinsic frequency in the spectrum. A contribution of tensile pulses to acoustic electromagnetic transformation response generation is revealed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012104
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume110
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Feb 2016
Event11th International Scientific Conference on Radiation-Thermal Effects and Processes in Inorganic Materials 2015, RTEP 2015 - Tomsk, Russian Federation
Duration: 31 Aug 201510 Sep 2015

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Acoustics
Composite materials
Epoxy Resins
Quartz
Piezoelectric transducers
Epoxy resins
Dielectric properties
Vibrations (mechanical)
Fillers
Transducers
Sand

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Determining the effect of the duration of alternating acoustic excitation on electromagnetic response parameters of the composite. / Surzhikov, V. P.; Yavorovich, L. V.; Zhanchipov, B. D.

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