A continuation of the author's previous book “An Introduction to the Theory of Piezoelectricity” (Springer, New York, 2005) on the three-dimensional theory of piezoelectricity, this volume covers lower dimensional theories for various piezoelectric structures and device applications. The development of two-, one- and zero-dimensional theories for high frequency vibrations of piezoelectric plates, shells, beams, rings curved bars and parallelepipeds is systematically presented. In addition to linear piezoelectricity, certain nonlinear effects are also considered and examples for device applications are provided.The material emphasizes dynamic theories and high frequency motions as well as device applications as there are relatively few books on piezoelectric structures, especially for high frequency theories. The volume is destined to be one of the most systematic and comprehensive books on piezoelectric structures.

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