Periodic domain patterns in tetragonal ferroelectrics are explored using a phase field model calibrated for barium titanate. In this context, we discuss the standard periodic boundary condition and introduce the concept of reverse periodic boundary conditions. Both concepts allow the assembly of cubic cells in accordance with mechanical and electrical conditions. However, application of the reverse periodic boundary condition is due to an increased size of the RVE and enforces more complex st...Expand abstract
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Periodic boundary conditions for the simulation of 3D domain patterns in tetragonal ferroelectric material
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