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000000103 088__ $$aI07/2000/I-056
000000103 100__ $$aMazurek, B$$uWroclaw University of Technology
000000103 245__ $$aPiezoelectric PVDF cables
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000000103 500__ $$aProceedings of the 6th International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials, Xi'an, China, June 21-26, 2000. Vol. 2. Piscataway, NJ : IEEE, 2000. pp. 1041-1044
000000103 520__ $$aPiezoelectrics belong to the group of electromagnetic smart materials and they fmd an increasingly wider range of applications in practice. The commonly used ceramic piezoelectrics have very good piezoelectric properties but their dimensions are limited by technological considerations. Their another drawback is their brittleness. Polymer piezoelectrics - among which polvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is characterized by the best pr0pert.m - do not have such drawbacks. Most of research reports on the (echnology of moulding piezoelectrics from PVDF apply to thin films. Whereas in many applications, e.g. monitoring of large areas. picmlcctrics in the form of long lengths of a cable arc more suitable.
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000000103 6531_ $$apolvinylidene fluoride
000000103 6531_ $$apiezoelectric cables
000000103 700__ $$aRozecki, S$$uElectrotechnic Institute
000000103 700__ $$aKowalczyk, D$$uElectrotechnic Institute
000000103 8560_ $$fzbigniew.leonowicz@pwr.wroc.pl
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