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Wearables will sense dynamic pressure changes in the hands and feet, while ultrasound transducers will help medical personnel visualize tissues in different ways. The advantages of 3D printed piezoelectric materials were precisely what made the project difficult, says Zheng.
The research group faced two primary challenges: modelling the materials and their responses in tensor space, and making sure that the materials were printable. The research team is confident that their results will hold as they explore novel applications for their 3D printed piezoelectric materials.
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They used simulations and experiments to verify their theory, designs and materials using classical piezoelectric crystal geometries, and verified the expected behaviours and responses of the 3D printed materials experimentally. Designing appropriate piezoelectric sensitivities, developing methods for 3D electronic integration, and investigating more biologically friendly piezoelectric materials for embedded device applications.
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3D printed piezoelectric materials line up for medical applications
Piezoelectric effect production If you stretch, squeeze or apply stress or pressure to a piezoelectric crystal, the structure will deform, pushing some atoms closer together and others further apart. Printing stage for 3D printed piezoelectric materials.
The future of piezoelectric materials The tunability of 3D printed piezoelectric materials also enables multi-functionality. Want to read more?
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