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PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMIC, POLYMER AND CERAMIC/POLYMER COMPOSITE DEVICES - TYPES, MATERIALS, APLLICATIONS, NEW DEVELOPMENTS, INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND GLOBAL MARKETS
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Publish Date: Jan 2014,   Pages: 319,   Report Code: ET-117
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1. INTRODUCTION1-6
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INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................ 1

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES ........................................................................... 2

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY ...................................................................... 2

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY ........................................................................ 3

SCOPE AND FORMAT .............................................................................................. 3

METHODOLOGY ...................................................................................................... 4

INFORMATION SOURCES ...................................................................................... 4

TARGET AUDIENCE FOR THE STUDY ................................................................. 5

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS...................................................................................... 5

RELATED STUDIES ................................................................................................. 6




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2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYVII-X
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ........................................................................................... 7

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARES FOR PIEZOELECTRIC- OPERATED DEVICES BY PRODUCT TYPE, 2012 AND 2017 ..................................................... 9

SUMMARY FIGURE ............................................................................................ 10

GLOBAL MARKET SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC-OPERATED DEVICES

BY TYPE, 2012 AND 2017 ................................................................................... 10





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3. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW11-15
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INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET DYNAMICS ....................................... 12


INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET DYNAMICS (CONTINUED) ........ 13

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET DYNAMICS (CONTINUED) ........ 14

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET DYNAMICS (CONTINUED) ........ 15





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4. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW16-43
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TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW ................................................................................... 16


THE PIEZOELECTRIC EFFECT ............................................................................ 16


FERROELECTRIC DOMAINS AND POLARIZATION TO

PIEZOELECTRIC ................................................................................................ 16

DIRECT AND INVERSE PIEZO EFFECTS ...................................................... 17

ORTHOGONAL SYSTEM FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS ................... 17

FIGURE 1 ORTHOGONAL SYSTEM TO DESCRIBE PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS ......................................................................................................... 18

MODES OF PIEZOELECTRIC EFFECTS ......................................................... 18

TABLE 1 FIVE MODES OF PIEZOELECTRIC EFFECTS ............................. 19


DEFINITIONS OF COMMON TERMINOLOGIES USED IN PIEZOELECTRIC

MATERIAL AND DEVICES .......................................................................... 20


PIEZOELECTRIC CHARGE CONSTANT ......................................................... 20

PIEZOELECTRIC VOLTAGE CONSTANT ....................................................... 20

PERMITTIVITY ................................................................................................... 21

ELECTROMECHANICAL COUPLING FACTOR .............................................. 22

DIELECTRIC DISSIPATION FACTOR (DIELECTRIC LOSS FACTOR) ....... 23

CURIE TEMPERATURE ..................................................................................... 23

MECHANICAL QUALITY FACTOR ................................................................... 23

TABLE 2 DEFINITIONS USED TO EXPRESS CHARACTERISTICS OF PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES .............................................................................. 24

REQUIRED FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DEVICES ........................ 25

PIEZO CHARACTERISTICS OF PZT MATERIALS .............................................. 26

TABLE 3 COMPARISON OF HARD AND SOFT PZT PROPERTIES ............. 26

PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMICS AND APPLICATIONS ......................................... 27

Lead titanate ..................................................................................................... 28

Lead metaniobate .............................................................................................. 28

Lead magnesium niobate – lead titanate (pmn-pt) ......................................... 28

Bismuth titanate ............................................................................................... 28

CLASSES OF ACTIVE CERAMICS (PZT) ......................................................... 28

PZT MANUFACTURING PROCESS .................................................................. 29

PZT APPLICATIONS ........................................................................................... 30

PZT APPLICATIONS (CONTINUED) ................................................................ 31

ALTERNATIVE PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS ................................................. 32

PVDF ..................................................................................................................... 32

PVDF (CONTINUED) .......................................................................................... 34

PVDF (CONTINUED) .......................................................................................... 34

PIEZOELECTRIC COPOLYMERS ..................................................................... 35

PIEZOELECTRIC COMPOSITES .......................................................................... 36

FIGURE 2 THREE PHASES OF PVDF MATERIAL ........................................ 37

TABLE 4 INDIVIDUAL PROPERTIES OF PZT AND PVDF ......................... 38

TABLE 5 PROPERTIES OF PIEZOELECTRIC COMPOSITE AT DIFFERENT POLING FIELDS .......................................................................... 38

TYPES OF CERAMIC-POLYMER COMPOSITES ............................................ 40

MANUFACTURING PROCESS .......................................................................... 41

PROPERTIES ....................................................................................................... 42

TABLE 6 PIEZOELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF SOME TRANSDUCTION MATERIALS ......................................................................................................... 42

PROPERTIES (CONTINUED) ............................................................................ 43







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5. APPLICATION SEGMENTS44-131
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APPLICATION SEGMENTS ................................................................................... 44


ACTUATORS ........................................................................................................... 44

ACTUATORS (CONTINUED) ............................................................................. 45

BIMORPH ACTUATORS..................................................................................... 46


Construction ...................................................................................................... 46

Characteristics .................................................................................................. 47

Usage ................................................................................................................. 48


UNIMORPH ACTUATORS ................................................................................. 48

BUILDING-BLOCK ACTUATORS ..................................................................... 49

FREQUENCY-LEVERAGED ACTUATORS ...................................................... 50

MULTILAYER ACTUATORS .............................................................................. 50


Construction ...................................................................................................... 51


OTHER ACTUATOR APPLICATIONS............................................................... 52


X-Y STAGE FOR MICROSCOPE APPLICATIONS AND DIGITAL SLIDE IMAGING SYSTEMS ............................................................................................... 52

CERAMIC SERVO MOTORS .................................................................................. 54


CERAMIC SERVO MOTORS (CONTINUED) ................................................... 54

CERAMIC SERVO MOTORS (CONTINUED) ................................................... 55

CERAMIC SERVO MOTORS (CONTINUED) ................................................... 56

HIGH VOLUME APPLICATIONS ...................................................................... 5

PRECISION MECHANICS ................................................................................. 58

DATA STORAGE .................................................................................................. 59

ROBOTS AND TOYS ........................................................................................... 59

HVAC BUILDING CONTROL SYSTEMS .......................................................... 60

INTERIOR LIGHTING ........................................................................................ 60

BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS ......................................................................... 61


ULTRASONIC MOTORS ......................................................................................... 62


SQUIGGLE MOTORS FOR CAMERA PHONES............................................... 62

TECHNOLOGY OF PIEZOELECTRIC-OPERATED MOTORS ....................... 64

TABLE 7 PIEZOELECTRIC MOTOR (TRAVELING WAVE) TYPICAL COMMERCIAL SIZES......................................................................................... 65


TECHNOLOGY OPIEZOELECTRIC OPERATED MOTORS

(CONTINUED) .................................................................................................. 66


TABLE 8 KEY PIEZOELECTRIC MOTOR CHARACTERISTICS .................. 67


LANGEVIN ACTUATORS ....................................................................................... 67


FIGURE 3 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF A LANGEVIN-TYPE ACTUATOR .. 68

ULTRASONIC CLEANING ................................................................................. 69


PIEZO TRANSFORMERS ....................................................................................... 69


FIGURE 4 TYPICAL PIEZO TRANSFORMER ................................................ 70

TRANSONERS ..................................................................................................... 71

CERAMIC RESONATORS ...................................................................................... 72


SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVE (SAW) RESONATORS USING CERAMICS ... 73

TABLE 9 PREFERRED MATERIALS FOR SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVE DEVICES .............................................................................................................. 73

FIGURE 5 CONSTRUCTION OF CERAMIC SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVE RESONATORS ..................................................................................................... 74

FILM BULK ACOUSTIC RESONATORS (FBARS) .......................................... 74

FIGURE 6 CONSTRUCTION OF CERAMIC SURFACE THIN FILM BULK ACOUSTIC WAVE RESONATOR ....................................................................... 75


Bulk acoustic wave (baw) resonators ............................................................... 75


FIGURE 7 CONSTRUCTION OF BULK ACOUSTIC WAVE RESONATOR.. 76

TABLE 10 COMPARISON OF CERAMIC RESONATORS ............................... 76


TRANSDUCERS ...................................................................................................... 77


NOISE REDUCTION/VIBRATION DAMPING APPLICATIONS ................... 78

TABLE 11 CHARACTERSTICS OF PIEZOELECTRIC ULTRASONIC TESTING PROBES .............................................................................................. 79


Examples of vibration reduction ...................................................................... 79


FIGURE 8 ACTIVE VERSUS PASSIVE VIBRATION DAMPING .................. 80


Vibration measurement (accelerometers) ........................................................ 82

Nondestructive testing ...................................................................................... 83

Market for nondestructive testing equipment ................................................. 84

Ultrasonic testing equipment manufacturing ................................................. 85

PIEZO GENERATORS ............................................................................................ 86


SINGLE-LAYER PIEZOELECTRIC GENERATORS ........................................ 86

FIGURE 9 SINGLE-LAYER PIEZOELECTRIC GENERATORS .................... 87

MULTILAYER PIEZOELECTRIC GENERATORS ........................................... 87

ENERGY HARVESTING/BATTERY ALTERNATIVES ................................... 88

FIGURE 10 SCHEMATIC REPRESENTATION OF THE PIEZOELECTRIC ENERGY HARVESTING PROCESS .................................................................. 89

FIGURE 11 COMPARISON OF THE ENERGY DENSITY FOR THE THREE TYPES OF MECHANICAL TO ELECTRICAL ENERGY CONVERTERS ...... 90

PIEZO GENERATORS (CONTINUED) ............................................................. 91


SONARS FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN USE ................................................... 92


FIGURE 12 CLASSIFICATION OF SOUND BY FREQUENCY LEVEL ........ 93

ACTIVE SONAR ................................................................................................... 93

PASSIVE SONAR................................................................................................. 95

TABLE 12 PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMIC VOLUME FRACTION SELECTED IN PZT/PVDF COMPOSITE DEVICES FOR SONARS......................................... 96

TABLE 13 REQUIRED CHARACTERSTICS OF PIEZOELECTRIC SONAR/HYDROPHONE ELEMENTS FOR NAVY .......................................... 96

PIEZOELECTRIC SENSORS .................................................................................. 98

TABLE 14 PIEZOELECTRIC ACCELERATORS AND SENSORS IN SPECIAL APPLICATIONS ................................................................................. 98

ULTRASONIC FLOW METERS ....................................................................... 100

ULTRASONIC SENSORS ................................................................................. 101

HUMIDITY SENSORS ...................................................................................... 101

PRESSURE SENSORS ..................................................................................... 101

POSITION SENSORS ....................................................................................... 102

KNOCK SENSORS ............................................................................................ 103

ULTRASONIC LEVEL SENSORS ................................................................... 103

TABLE 15 COMPARISION OF CHARACTERSTICS OF PIEZO SENSORS BY DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES ................................................................. 104

TABLE 16 CHARACTERSTICS OF PIEZOELECTRIC SENSORS .............. 105

ACCELEROMETERS ........................................................................................ 105

ACOUSTIC DEVICES ........................................................................................... 107

CAR ALARMS .................................................................................................... 108

BEEPERS ........................................................................................................... 108

SIRENS ............................................................................................................... 108

SPEAKERS ......................................................................................................... 109

MICROPHONES ................................................................................................ 109

RECEIVERS ....................................................................................................... 109

HEADPHONES .................................................................................................. 110

TABLE 17 REQUIRED CHARACTERSTICS OF ACOUSTIC DEVICES ..... 110


MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS ................................................................... 110


HIGH-VOLTAGE DEVICES/GAS IGNITORS ................................................ 111

PIEZO PRINT HEADS ...................................................................................... 112

DIESEL INJECTORS ........................................................................................ 112

LASER MIRROR ALIGNMENT ........................................................................ 113

ACOUSTO-OPTIC MODULATORS .................................................................. 113

PIEZOELECTRIC DRIVERS AND AMPLIFIERS .......................................... 113

ULTRASONIC VIBRATORS ............................................................................. 114

PIEZO CABLE FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL ...................................................... 114

ULTRASONIC DENTAL SCALERS ................................................................. 115


PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES IN VEHICLES ....................................................... 115

TABLE 18 TYPICAL AUTOMOTIVE PIEZO APPLICATIONS ...................... 116

FIGURE 13 ILLUSTRATION OF TYPICAL AUTOMOTIVE PIEZO APPLICATIONS ................................................................................................. 117

PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES IN SAFETY AND SECURITY PRODUCTS ......... 117

TABLE 19 SAFETY AND SECURITY APPLICATIONS FOR PIEZO DEVICES

RF APPLICATIONS ............................................................................................... 120

FIGURE 14 ILLUSTRATION OF WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS ......... 122

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS AND PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES ..................... 123

TABLE 20 APPLICATION OF PIEZO DEVICES IN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS .................................................................................................. 126

FIGURE 15 ILLUSTRATION OF GLOBAL TECH MARKET GROWTH ..... 127

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING AND PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES ................. 127

TABLE 21 APPLICATIONS OF PIEZO DEVICES IN NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING ............................................................................................................ 128










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MARKETS ................................................................................................................ 132

TABLE 22 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC OPERATED DEVICES BY PRODUCT TYPE,

2012 AND 2017 ................................................................................................... 133

FIGURE 16 MARKET SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES BY TYPE, 2012 AND 2017 ................................................................................................... 134

PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS .......................................................................... 135

TABLE 23 GLOBAL MARKET DISTRIBUTION OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS BY APPLICATION, 2012 AND 2017 ......................................... 136

ACTUATORS (CONTINUED) ........................................................................... 137

FEATURES OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS .......................................... 138

TABLE 24 PIEZO APPLICATIONS IN MOTORS, ACTUATORS AND SENSORS ........................................................................................................... 140

ACTUATORS (CONTINUED) ........................................................................... 140

SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY ............................................................... 142

BIOTECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SCIENCES .................................................... 142

MEDICAL DESIGN ........................................................................................... 143

MICROSCOPY .................................................................................................... 145

DATA STORAGE TECHNOLOGY .................................................................... 145

NANOTECHNOLOGY AND AUTOMATION ................................................... 146

AERONAUTICS, IMAGE PROCESSING ......................................................... 146

ASTRONOMY, ADAPTIVE OPTICS ................................................................ 147

METROLOGY, LASER SYSTEMS ................................................................... 147

PRECISION MACHINING AND DIAMOND TURNING ................................ 147 Piezoelectric Ceramic, Polymer and Ceramic/Polymer Composite Devices

PHOTONICS, TELECOM AND INTEGRATED OPTICS ............................... 148

ULTRASONIC MOTORS ....................................................................................... 148

ULTRASONIC MOTORS (CONTINUED ......................................................... 149

ULTRASONIC MOTORS (CONTINUED ......................................................... 151

TABLE 25 MARKET SHARE ACCORDING TO APPLICATIONS FOR PIEZOELECTRIC-DRIVEN ULTRASONIC MOTORS/CERAMIC SERVO MOTORS, 2012 AND 2017 ................................................................................ 152

LANGEVIN ACTUATORS ..................................................................................... 154

TABLE 26 GLOBAL MARKET DISTRIBUTION OF LANGEVIN ACTUATORS BY APPLICATION, 2007, 2012 AND 2017 ............................... 155

PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS MARKET ............................... 155

TABLE 27 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018 ................................................................................................ 156

PIEZO TRANSFORMERS ..................................................................................... 157

TABLE 28 MARKET FOR PIEZO TRANSFORMERS, 2012-2017 ................. 157

RESONATORS ....................................................................................................... 159

TABLE 29 MARKET FOR PIEZO RESONATORS, 2012-2017 ....................... 159

PIEZO GENERATORS/ENERGY HARVESTING ................................................ 161

TABLE 30 COMPANIES AND PRODUCTS USING PIEZOELECTRIC ENERGY HARVESTERS DEVELOPED BY ENOCEAN ................................ 162

TABLE 31 COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS DEVELOPING ENERGY HARVESTING PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES .................................................. 165

TABLE 32 MAKRKET FOR PIEZO GENERATORS, 2012-2017 .................... 170

TRANSDUCERS .................................................................................................... 170

TABLE 33 GLOBAL MARKET DISTRIBUTION OF PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSDUCERS BY APPLICATION, 2007, 2012 AND 2017 ......................... 171

SONARS FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN USE ................................................. 172

TABLE 34 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SONARS FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN USE, 2007, 2012 AND 2017 ............................................................................... 174

PIEZO SENSORS AND ACCELERATORS .......................................................... 175

TABLE 35 GLOBAL MARKET DISTRIBUTION OF PIEZOELECTRIC SENSORS BY APPLICATION, 2007, 2012 AND 2017 .................................... 176

ACOUSTIC DEVICES ........................................................................................... 177

TABLE 36 GLOBAL MARKET FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACOUSTIC DEVICES THROUGH 2017 ............................................................................... 178

ADDITIONAL PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES ........................................................ 178

TABLE 37 GLOBAL MARKET FOR MISCELLANEOUS PIEZOELECTRIC-OPERATED DEVICES, 2007, 2012 AND 2017 ................................................ 179

MARKET SEGMENTS BY APPLICATION .......................................................... 180

TABLE 38 USAGE OF PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES BY APPLICATION ..... 180

TABLE 39 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE AND PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC-OPERATED DEVICES BY APPLICATION, 2007, 2012 AND 2017 .............................................. 182

MARKET SEGMENTATION BY PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS .................... 183

TABLE 40 GLOBAL MARKET FOR PIEZOELECTRIC-OPERATED DEVICES ............................................................................................................ 184

SEGMENTED BY MATERIAL USED, 2012-2017 ........................................... 184

FIGURE 17 MARKET SHARE ACCORDING TO TYPE OF PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL USED IN DEVICES, 2012 AND 2017 .......................................... 185

MARKET SEGMENTATION BY REGION ........................................................... 185

TABLE 41 SUMMARY OF MARKET OF PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES BY REGION THROUGH 2017 ................................................................................ 186

FIGURE 18 REGIONAL PERCENTAGES OF MARKET SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES, 2012 AND 2017 ................................................ 187

MARKET SEGMENTATION BY REGION (CONTINUED) ............................ 188


INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS ..................................................... 190

MARKET STRUCTURE .................................. ......................................................... 190

TABLE 42 PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL SUPPLIERS PRODUCT LINE REFERENCE ..................................................................................................... 191

MARKET STRUCTURE (CONTINUED) ......................................................... 192

MARKET STRUCTURE (CONTINUED) ......................................................... 193

MARKET SHARE OF COMPANIES ..................................................................... 194

COMPETITION ..................................................................................................... 196

MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS AND DIVESTITURES .......................................... 197

TABLE 43 ACQUISITIONS AND JOINT VENTURES AMONG MANUFACTURERS OF PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES FROM 2004 TO 2012

BUSINESS MODELS AND PLAYERS ................................................................. 199

TABLE 44 PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICE SUPPLIERS PRODUCT LINE REFERENCE ..................................................................................................... 200

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NEW DEVELOPMENTS ........................................................................................ 204


NEW MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS .................................................................. 204


PIEZOELECTRIC KINETIC ENERGY HARVESTER FROM NOKIA .......... 205

PIEZOELECTRIC COOLER FROM GE ........................................................... 205

TEMPERATURE-COMPENSATED PIEZOELECTRIC SUBSTRATES FROM ZIPTRONIX ........................................................................................................ 206

PIEZOELECTRIC NANOFIBERS .................................................................... 207


NEW PROCESSES................................................................................................. 208

NEW APPLICATIONS ........................................................................................... 209

NEW DEVICES ...................................................................................................... 209


PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSFORMERS ............................................................. 210

PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMIC COUPLER ........................................................ 210

MEDICAL ........................................................................................................... 211


Chem-lab-on-a-chip ......................................................................................... 211

Antibody-based piezoelectric nanobiosensors ................................................ 211

Piezoelectrically-based smart micro- and nanostructures and systems ....... 212

FUTURE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS .................................... 212


FUTURE R&D TRENDS (CONTINUED) ........................................................ 213



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PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS......................................................................... 216

LIST OF PATENTS........................................................................................................... 216

PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES......................................................................................... 216

MULTI-LAYER PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT, AND INJECTION APPARATUS AND FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM THAT EMPLOY

THE SAME...................................................................................................................... 216

STACKED PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICE.................................................................. 217

APPARATUS FOR GENERATING ELECTRICAL ENERGY USING ELECTRICALLY CONNECTED NANOWIRE AND ACTIVE LAYER AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME...................................................................................................................... 217

INJECTION MOLDED ENERGY HARVESTING DEVICE............................... 218

ACOUSTIC POWER GENERATOR AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME   218

DOWNHOLE PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES.......................................................... 218

MICRO-SPEAKER AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF............. 219

ULTRASONIC PROBE, ULTRASONIC DIAGNOSTIC APPARATUS AND ULTRASONIC ENDOSCOPIC APPARATUS..................................................................................... 219

METHOD FOR DRIVING LIQUID EJECTOR...................................................... 219

ENERGY HARVESTING POWER SOURCES FOR ASSISTING IN THE RECOVERY/DETONATION OF UNEXPLODED MUNITIONS...................... 220

SYSTEM FOR CONVERTING OCEAN WAVE ENERGY TO ELECTRIC POWER        220

LIQUID DROPLET JETTING APPARATUS AND LIQUID DROPLET JETTING HEAD        221

ENERGY HARVESTING POWER SOURCES FOR GENERATING A TIME-OUT SIGNAL FOR UNEXPLODED MUNITIONS.................................................................................... 221

ACOUSTIC RESONATOR PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT USING SELECTIVE METAL ETCH................................................................................................................................ 222

TUBULAR LINEAR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTOR................................................. 222

ELASTIC WAVE DEVICE AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENT...................... 222

BISTABLE PIEZOELECTRIC GENERATOR...................................................... 223

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING LIQUID TRANSPORTING

APPARATUS................................................................................................................... 223

DIFFERENTIATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ANALOGOUS CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES WITH BIOSENSORS......................................... 224

PIEZO-EFFECT TRANSISTOR DEVICE AND APPLICATIONS................... 224

HIGH POWER ULTRASOUND TRANSDUCER................................................... 225

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR........... 225

ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCE...................................................................................... 225

METHOD AND AEVICE FOR CONTROLLING THE ROTATION SPEED OF A PIEZOELECTRIC MOTOR ROTOR........................................................................ 226

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSISTOR...... 226

MULTILAYER PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR AND LIQUID DISCHARGE HEAD     226

INTEGRATED ACOUSTIC BANDGAP DEVICES FOR ENERGY CONFINEMENT AND METHODS OF FABRICATING SAME.................................................................... 227

TIRE MODULE WITH PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSDUCER.............................. 227

ANTI-EMI ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCER............................................................ 228

PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS.............................................................................. 228

PIEZOELECTRIC-BASED NANOPORE DEVICE FOR THE ACTIVE CONTROL OF THE MOTION OF POLYMERS THROUGH THE SAME............................................. 229

TIRE MODULE WITH PIEZOELECTRIC CONVERTER................................. 229

RESONANT ACTUATOR............................................................................................ 229

STICK-SLIP PIEZOELECTRIC MOTOR............................................................... 230

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ORIENTATION FILM AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING LIQUID DISCHARGE HEAD.............................................. 230

PIEZOELECTRIC PHASE SHIFTER..................................................................... 231

PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATION STRUCTURE INCLUDING AN INTEGRATED PIEZORESISTIVE STRAIN GAUGE AND ITS

PRODUCTION METHOD............................................................................................ 231

MULTILAYERED PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT AND METHOD OF PRODUCING THE SAME................................................................................................................................ 231

ULTRASONIC MECHANICAL EMULSIFIER..................................................... 232

PIEZOELECTRIC PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE........................................... 232

ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCER AND ULTRASONIC APPARATUS HAVING THE SAME      233

CURVED TWO-DIMENSIONAL ARRAY TRANSDUCER................................. 233

TOUCH AND AUDITORY SENSORS BGASED ON NANOTUBE ARRAYS. 234

ELECTRICALLY CONTROLLABLE LATCH MECHANISM........................... 234

PANEL-TYPED LOUD SPEAKER AND AN EXCITER THEREFOR.............. 234

PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE....................... 235

PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR..................................................................................................................... 235

ACOUSTIC TRANSDUCER SYSTEM FOR NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF CEMENT  236

METHOD OF DRIVING PIEZOELECTRIC INK JET HEAD........................... 236

PIEZOELECTRIC RESONATOR ELEMENT, PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICE AND GYRO SENSOR.......................................................................................................................... 237

IDT ELECTRODED PIEZOELECTRIC DIAPHRAGMS.................................... 237

PIEZOELECTRIC SCAN SYSTEM......................................................................... 237

PIEZOCABLE BASED SENSOR FOR MEASURING UNSTEADY PRESSURES INSIDE A PIPE.................................................................................................................................. 238

SYSTEM AND METHOD OF MEASURING QUASI-STATIC FORCE WITH A PIEZOELECTRIC SENSOR...................................................................................... 238

NOISE REJECTING ELECTRONIC STETHOSCOPE...................................... 239

ROTOR POSITION SENSING APPARATUS AND METHOD USING PIEZOELECTRIC SENSOR AND HALL-EFFECT SENSOR............................................................... 239

DISK DRIVE LOAD ARM STRUCTURE HAVING A STRAIN SENSOR AND METHOD OF ITS FABRICATION.............................................................................................................. 239

LIGHT TRIGGERED LIGHT SWITCH................................................................... 240

PIEZOELECTRIC FILTER, ANTENNA DUPLEXER, AND COMMUNICATIONS APPARATUS EMPLOYING PIEZOELECTRIC RESONATOR........................ 240

MICROMACHINED IMAGING TRANSDUCER................................................... 240

METHOD OF DETECTING ACCELERATION IN VEHICLES........................ 241

ACTIVE SENSOR FOR MICRO FORCE MEASUREMENT............................. 241

PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMICS..................................................................................... 242

METHODS OF FABRICATING A MEMBRANE WITH IMPROVED MECHANICAL INTEGRITY.................................................................................................................... 242

COMPOSITIONS FOR HIGH POWER PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMICS........ 242

PIEZOELECTRIC THIN FILM, INK JET HEAD, METHOD FOR FORMING IMAGE WITH THE INK JET HEAD, ANGULAR VELOCITY SENSOR, PIEZOELECTRIC GENERATING ELEMENT....................................................................................................................... 243

LEAD-FREE PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL........................................................ 243

SPUTTERED PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL...................................................... 243

PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL AND PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT............ 244

PIEZOELECTRIC/ELECTROSTRICTIVE CERAMIC COMPOSITION CONTAINING 30-50 MOL% TA AND PIEZOELECTRIC/ELECTRORESTRICTIVE DEVICE CONTAINING

THE SAME...................................................................................................................... 244

PIEZOELECTRIC MICROCANTILEVERS AND USES IN ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY.............................................................................................................................. 245

PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMIC AND PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT.............. 245

PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMIC, VIBRATOR AND ULTRASONIC MOTOR.... 245

SHEAR MODE-TYPE PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR AND LIQUID DROPLET EJECTION HEAD................................................................................................................................ 246

PIEZOCERAMIC DEVICE......................................................................................... 246

HIGH-TEMPERATURE DIELECTRIC MATERIALS AND CAPACITORS MADE THEREFROM................................................................................................................. 246

MEMS PIEZOELECTRIC SWITCH........................................................................ 247

BOND PAD FOR USE WITH PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMIC SUBSTRATES 247

HIGH TEMPERATURE PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL................................... 248

BIMORPH MIRROR WITH TWO PIEZOELECTRIC LAYERS SEPARATED BY A CENTRAL CORE OF SEMIRIGID MATERIAL......................................................................... 248

PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICE....................................................................................... 248

PIEZOELECTRIC VIBRATOR.................................................................................. 249

ACCELERATION SENSOR....................................................................................... 249

ACOUSTIC STACK FOR ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCERS AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME........................................................................................ 250

PIEZOELECTRIC LINEAR MOTOR WITH DISPLACEMENT AMPLIFYING MEANS          250

RESONATOR.................................................................................................................. 251

ZOOM LENS MODULE............................................................................................... 251

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR........... 251

PIEZOELECTRIC ULTRASONIC MOTOR FOR 2-DIMENSIONAL POSITIONING    252

PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR, INSPECTION METHOD, AND LIQUID EJECT APPARATUS................................................................................................................................ 252

COMPOSITIONS FOR HIGH POWER PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMICS........ 253

MULTILAYER PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT, FUEL INJECTOR HAVING THE PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT AND PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT PRODUCTION METHOD................................................................................................................................. 253

METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MONOLITHIC MULTILAYER ACTUATOR MADE OF A PIEZOCERAMIC OR ELECTROSTRICTIVE MATERIAL AND EXTERNAL ELECTRICAL CONTACT FOR THE SAME......................................................................... 254

MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR MONOLITHIC PIEZOELECTRIC

PART, AND MONOLITHIC PIEZOELECTRIC PART........................................ 254

HOLLOW LAMINATED PIEZOELECTRIC ELEMENT AND ITS MANUFACTURING METHOD......................................................................................................................... 255

CAMERA AND PIEZO CERAMIC MOTOR THEREFOR................................... 255

PROCESS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF PIEZOCERAMIC MULTILAYER ACTUATORS............................................................................................................................ 255

NON-SYMMETRIC DRIVE TYPE PIEZOELECTRIC CERAMIC TRANSFORMER    256

PIEZO ACTUATOR COMPRISING A STRUCTURED EXTERNAL ELECTRODE       256

PIEZOELECTRIC POLYMERS.................................................................................... 257

HYBRID ELECTRIC DEVICE USING PIEZOELECTRIC POLYMER SUBSTRATE  257

PIEZOELECTRIC POLYMER SENSOR DEVICE.............................................. 257

PIEZOELECTRIC COMPOSITE DEVICES.............................................................. 258

ELECTRET COMPOSITE WITH DEEP TRAPPING CENTERS ON THE INTERPHASE BOUNDARY.................................................................................................................... 258

MICROMACHINED PIEZOELECTRIC ULTRASOUND TRANSDUCER ARRAYS      258

PIEZOELECTRIC COMPOSITE BEAM WITH AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTABLE NATURAL FREQUENCY................................................................................................................. 258

MULTI-LAYER GAS MATRIX PIEZOELECTRIC COMPOSITE TRANSDUCER         259

METHOD FOR MAKING AN ACOUSTIC TRANSDUCER................................ 259

METHOD OF PRODUCING A PIEZOCOMPOSITE............................................ 260

PATENT ANALYSIS........................................................................................................ 260

TABLE 45  NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES   MANUFACTURING PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES FROM 2007 THROUGH OCTOBER 2012....... 261

INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW OF U.S. PATENT ACTIVITY IN PIEZOELECTRIC-OPERATED DEVICES.................................................................................................... 263

TABLE 46  U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COUNTRIES/REGIONS FOR PIEZOELECTRIC DEVICES FROM JAN. 2007 TO 2012...................................................................... 264

OPERATED DEVICES (CONTINUED)................................................................... 265

SYSTEM FOR CONVERTING OCEAN WAVE ENERGY TO ELECTRIC POWER        265

ANTI-EMI ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCER............................................................ 265

CAMERA AND PIEZO CERAMIC MOTOR THEREFOR................................... 266

BISTABLE PIEZOELECTRIC GENERATOR...................................................... 266

LIGHT TRIGGERED LIGHT SWITCH................................................................... 266




 Add 
9. COMPANY PROFILES266-319
$1,620.00
$810.00



COMPANY PROFILES..................................................................................................... 267

AIRMAR TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION............................................................... 267

AITO BV............................................................................................................................... 268

ALPHA CERAMICS, INC............................................................................................... 268

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Y. STERN ENGINEERING............................................................................................. 318

ZIPTRONIX......................................................................................................................... 319

ZONARE MEDICAL SYSTEMS.................................................................................... 319


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