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Fresh and fruity!

We’ve done it today, and will continue doing so tomorrow.

For our school profile project (which I will be calling pws for convenience reasons), we’re researching the effects of a number of variables on piezoelectric materials. Those things produce a small current when they are transformed by, say, a finger applying pressure to them.

Spent the entire day at a university doing research and whatnot, and we’re making good progress. Already got quite a lot of results. We haven’t compared them yet, though, so this’ll be a cliffhanger for now.

Funny thing is, I believe no real research has been done to this yet. What effects variables such as temperature and humidity have on piezoelectric materials and their output. If that really hasn’t been done so far, we’re kind of pioneering here. How awesome is that?

You’ll hear from me again tomorrow!
~ Fang

Comments

  • 22/11/2011 (4:50 PM)

    You’ll make the history books.

  • 22/11/2011 (7:35 AM)

    Fellow researchers unite! But seriously, my research really isn’t that interesting and I don’t think it warrants a full blog post. :P

  • 22/11/2011 (2:22 AM)

    That is kind of awesome if not much is being done in that regard :)

  • 21/11/2011 (11:46 PM)

    Aren’t piezoelectric materials used in touch screens on phones and stuff? Or am I way off.

  • 21/11/2011 (11:12 PM)

    that went all over my head, but thats cool that you’re somewhat pioneering that field. kill it!

  • 21/11/2011 (10:01 PM)

    what do you even study

    it’s probably something great because

    I don’t get it

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