Rautenberg, Jens
Jens
Rautenberg
Rupitsch, Stefan J.
Stefan J.
Rupitsch
Henning, Bernd
Bernd
Henning
Lerch, Reinhard
Reinhard
Lerch
Utilizing an Analytical Approximation for c44E to Enhance the Inverse Method for Material Parameter Identification of Piezoceramics
2011
2019-10-25T12:54:40Z
2019-10-25T12:55:04Z
conference
https://ris.uni-paderborn.de/record/14016
https://ris.uni-paderborn.de/record/14016.json
There has been a lot of progress in finding measurable quantities of high in- formation content for the inverse determination of piezoelectric material properties. Since some material parameters (mainly \textgreek{e}S 11, e15and cE 44) do not or only marginally influence the electrical impedance over frequency, it is not sufficient to look only at the electri- cal impedance of discoidal piezoceramics [1]. Moreover, the parameter sensitivities vary with respect to the diameter--thickness ratio of the disc and the design of an ultrasonic transducer's piezoceramic has to match other requirements than those of a good material characterization [2, 3]. That is why it is still desirable to find model based approaches for parameter identification that either keep the technical effort low (e.g., only an impedance measurement) or increase speed of the inversion procedure. In this contribution we answer the question if an additional analytical approximation of cE 44, strictly following the ideas of Theocaris [4], in conjunction with a single measured elec- trical impedance will be sufficient for an accurate simulation of both, electrical impedance and surface normal velocity of a piezoceramic disc. Thereby, the remaining parameters are identified by means of the Inverse Method. Furthermore, we use the parameter ap- proximation as an initial guess and limiting boundary to speed up the inverse algorithm if both, electrical impedance and surface normal velocity are taken into account within the optimization procedure.