Decision Matrix Equation and Block Diagram of Multilayer Electromagnetoelastic Actuator Micro and Nanodisplacement for Communications Systems
AbstractFor the communications systems the parametric block diagram of the multilayer electromagnetoelastic actuator micro and nanodisplacement or the multilayer piezoactuator is determined in contrast to Cady and Mason’s electrical equivalent circuits for the calculation of the piezoelectric transmitter and receiver, the vibration piezomotor. The decision matrix equation of the multilayer electromagnetoelastic actuator is used. The parametric block diagram of multilayer electromagnetoelastic actuator is obtained with the mechanical parameters the displacement and the force. The transfer functions of the multilayer electroelastic actuator are determined. The the generalized parametric block diagram, the generalized matrix equation for the multilayer electromagnetoelastic actuator micro and nanodisplacement are obtained. The deformations of the multilayer electroelastic actuator for the nanotechnology are described by the matrix equation. Block diagram and structural-parametric model of multilayer electromagnetoelastic actuator micro and nanodisplacement of the communications systems are obtained, its transfer functions are bult. Effects of geometric and physical parameters of multilayer electromagnetoelastic actuators and external load on its dynamic characteristics are determined. For calculations the communications systems with the multilayer piezoactuator for micro and nanodisplacement the parametric block diagram and the transfer functions of the multilayer piezoactuator are obtained.
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