Structural Analysis and Modeling of Tonpilz MEMS Acoustic Transmitter for High Power Imaging System
S. Suresh1, S. Anbuarasan2, M. Balachandhar3
1Prof. Mr. S. Suresh, Assistant Professor at Dr. Pauls Engineering College, Pulichapallam, Villupuram district, TamilNadu, India.
2Mr. S. Anbuarasan, Pursuing B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering in Dr. Pauls Engineering College, Pulichapallam, Villupuram district, TamilNadu, India.
3Mr. M. Balachandhar, Pursuing B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering in Dr. Pauls Engineering College, Pulichapallam, Villupuram district, TamilNadu, India.
Manuscript received on August 11, 2013. | Revised Manuscript received on August 15, 2013. | Manuscript published on August 25, 2013. | PP: 18-20 | Volume-1, Issue-10, August 2013. | Retrieval Number: J04140811013/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: Imaging System requires High Power Transmitter with reduced weight. We carry out the design of Acoustic Transmitter. Since miniaturization in the field of sensors and transducer is rapid, a MEMS acoustic transmitter is designed. The transmitter along with the structural analysis and modeling has done by Intellisuite for the tonpilz type design, where PZT Sol gel is used as active material. The simulation studies are done by varying the head mass, tail mass and length of the active material. This transmitter is suitable for the underwater target detection, object classification and localization, sub bottom profiling and ocean topography applications. The proof of concept of Tonpilz type acoustic transmitter is achieved in this work.
Keywords: Intellisuite, PSPICE, Piezoceramic transducer, Tonpilz, Equivalentcircuit, Radial vibration.