Bulk Acoustic Wave Answered
I'm analyzing a Bulk Acoustic Wave with three layers in 2D, two electrodes (5 mm length and 0.1 mm height) each sandwiched with a piezoelectric (5mm length and 0.1mm height). The purpose of the simulation is to actuate a lateral wavelength and achieve resonant frequency and output voltage.
I'm using Designer Module and defined my frequency of interest/damping and Ricker wave with a driving frequency. Also, I defined two geometric interfaces for electrodes, one is a time function and the other is ground. I have achieved the expected resonant frequency from the impedance plot and the voltage response was within expectation too.
My questions are:
1. Is this the correct way to actuate an ultrasonic wave to achieve electrical energy (output voltage)?
2. If yes, this is a transducer that uses ultrasonic wave to convert to electrical energy, is there a way to actuate a magnetic field instead of ultrasonic wave to achieve electrical energy? I want to compare both scenarios to see what magnetic field and what ultrasonic wave will achieve the desired output voltage?
3. In my package, I can also see mechanical dynamic/static modules, where and how can I setup EM module?
4. Also, is there a way to find the output power of both scenarios?