Magnetic-field-orientation dependent magnetoelectric effect in FeBSiC/PZT/FeBSiC composites

Jun Xian Ye, Jiamian Hu, Zhan Shi, Zheng Li, Yang Shen, Jing Ma, C. W. Nan

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Abstract

We investigate the magnetic-field-orientation dependent magnetoelectric (ME) effect in the FeBSiC/Pb(Zr,Ti)O3(PZT)/FeBSiC laminates. It is shown that, by only using the bias-magnetic-field dependent ME response measured with the magnetic-field parallel to the surface plane of PZT slab, the magnetic-field-orientation dependent ME coefficient upon magnetic-fields of various amplitudes can be obtained via computer simulations. The simulation results match well the experimental measurements, demonstrating the applicability of the ME laminates-based sensors in detecting magnetic-fields with uncertain amplitudes and/or orientations in environment.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number249526
JournalAdvances in Materials Science and Engineering
Volume2014
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2014

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Magnetoelectric effects
Magnetic fields
Composite materials
Laminates
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Ye, Jun Xian ; Hu, Jiamian ; Shi, Zhan ; Li, Zheng ; Shen, Yang ; Ma, Jing ; Nan, C. W. / Magnetic-field-orientation dependent magnetoelectric effect in FeBSiC/PZT/FeBSiC composites. In: Advances in Materials Science and Engineering. 2014 ; Vol. 2014.
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Magnetic-field-orientation dependent magnetoelectric effect in FeBSiC/PZT/FeBSiC composites. / Ye, Jun Xian; Hu, Jiamian; Shi, Zhan; Li, Zheng; Shen, Yang; Ma, Jing; Nan, C. W.

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