Development and modeling of antiferroelectric ceramics for energy storage applications
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"To maximize energy storage in capacitors, materials that possess large dielectric constants and high breakdown strength are required.l Antiferroelectric (AFE) compositions offer the potential for high energy storage densities, which are associated with a field induced AFE - FE transformation. However, the change in dielectric constant at the phase transition may result in significant field enhancement effects near pores and electrode edges that may lead to dielectric breakdown. In addition, significant strains are associated with this phase transformation, which may present reliability problems in applications where repeated charging and discharging are required"--Abstract, leaf iii.
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Ceramic Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xv, 130 leaves
© 2004 Chunhong Zhou, All rights reserved.
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Zhou, Chunhong, "Development and modeling of antiferroelectric ceramics for energy storage applications" (2004). Masters Theses. 3637.