Heat losses in ferroelectric ceramics due to switching processes; pp. 462–466Full article in PDF format | https://doi.org/10.3176/proc.2017.4.07
In the present work, the heat losses of ferroelectric ceramics due to the switching processes were studied in high-amplitude AC electric fields in a wide frequency range of 50 to 1500 Hz. We showed the existence of a correlation between the time dependences of switchable polarization and self-heating temperature. Based on the approximation of the experimental data, an analytical expression was obtained for describing the decrease in the switched polarization with increasing electric field frequency corresponding to the exponential law. The method of estimating volumetric heat capacity coefficient by using the heat dissipation during the switching process was proposed.
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