Piezoelectricity is an electric charge which is accumulated in solid materials on account of the mechanical stress applied to these materials. Piezoelectricity is used in applications such as the production and detection of sound, generation of high voltages, and electronic frequency generation. A piezoelectric device uses the piezoelectric effect to measure changes in pressure, temperature, acceleration, and force by converting them into an electric pulse.
Demand for piezoelectric devices has grown in recent times due to continuous development made in piezoelectric material since it is a key enabling technology for a wide range of industrial and consumer products. The application of piezoelectric devices is extensive in industrial and manufacturing sectors. Piezoelectric sensors find application in piezoelectric sensors, pressure sensors, and sonar equipment.
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In industrial applications, piezoelectric actuators are used in diesel fuel injectors, fast response solenoids, optical adjustments, ultrasonic cleansing, ultrasonic welding, piezoelectric motors, stack actuators, stripe actuators, and piezoelectric relays. The automotive industry is also a prominent end-user of piezoelectric devices. Although piezoelectric devices are used widely in industrial manufacturing and automotive applications, the medical instrument and information & telecommunication industry offers the strongest demand for these devices.