Influence of electric voltage bias on converse magnetoelectric coefficient in piezofiber/Metglas bilayer laminate composites

Tao Wu*, Tien-Kan Chung, Chia Ming Chang, Scott Keller, Greg Carman

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Abstract

Experimental data on a piezofiber/Metglas bilayer composite subjected to both a dc electric voltage bias and a dc magnetic field bias while exciting it with an ac electric driving voltage are presented. As reported in previous studies, a dc magnetic field bias exists to maximize the converse magnetoelectric coefficient. Experimental data show that the optimum dc magnetic field bias is a function of applied dc electric voltage. Furthermore, it is revealed that an optimum dc electric voltage bias exists to further maximize the converse magnetoelectric coefficient.

Original languageEnglish
Article number054114
JournalJournal of Applied Physics
Volume106
Issue number5
DOIs
StatePublished - 28 Sep 2009

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