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Shape-memory polymers and multifunctional composites
|Statement||editors, Jinsong Leng, Shanyi Du|
|LC Classifications||TA418.9.C6 S457 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009042040|
Shape-Memory Polymer Device Design discusses the latest shape-memory polymers and the ways they have started to transition out of the academic laboratory and into devices and commercial products. Safranski introduces the properties of shape-memory polymers and presents design principles for designing and manufacturing, providing a guide for the R&D . Description: The Part A of publications by results of 7th Forum on New Materials (CIMTEC , Perugia, Italy, June , ) consists from articles are devoted to researching of properties, methods of synthesis and the possible use of the new multifunctional polymers, composites and shape memory alloys.
Design concepts. The composites in this study consist of three materials with different glass transition temperatures (T g s) and are part of the material library of the multi-material 3D printer (Objet Connex, Stratasys Inc, Edina, MN, USA). Figure 1a shows the design of a two-layer composite. The matrix is TangoBlack+, which has the lowest T g (~2 °C) Cited by: Shape-memory research was initially founded on the thermally induced dual-shape effect. This concept has been extended to other stimuli by either indirect thermal actuation or direct actuation by addressing stimuli-sensitive groups on the molecular level. Finally, polymers are introduced that can be multifunctional.
Shape memory polymers (SMPs) can be deformed into a temporary shape and then return to the original shape under an external stimulus and the shape memory effects are attributed to the coexistence Cited by: Shape memory polymers (SMPs) are an emerging class of active polymers that can be used on a wide range of reconfigurable structures and actuation devices. The present study comprehensively examines the unconstrained shape recovery abilities of an epoxy-based SMP. In doing so, epoxy based SMP is synthesized and thermo-mechanically : Sesha Spandana Pulla.
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Written by renowned authors, Shape-Memory Polymers and Multifunctional Composites is a broad overview of the systematic progress associated with this emerging class of materials. The book presents an overview of SMPs and a detailed discussion of their structural, thermo-mechanical, and electrical properties, and their applications in fields.
Written by renowned authors, Shape-Memory Polymers and Multifunctional Composites is a broad overview of the systematic progress associated with this emerging class of materials.
The book presents an overview of SMPs and a detailed discussion of their structural, thermo-mechanical, and electrical properties, and their applications in fields Manufacturer: CRC Press. Admired for their extraordinary stimuli-sensitive behavior and shape-changing capabilities, shape-memory polymers (SMPs) and multifunctional composites are among the most important smart materials.
This book presents an overview of SMPs and a discussion of their structural, thermo-mechanical, and electrical properties, and their applications. Shape-Memory Polymers and Multifunctional Composites smart textiles, and intelligent medical devices. Written by renowned authors, this book is a broad overview of the systematic progress associated with this emerging class of materials.
The book presents an overview of SMPs and a detailed discussion of their structural, thermo-mechanical. Therefore, the shape memory effect involves comprehensive effects of material and process. We then describe the principle of phase transition shape memory polymers, which allows us to quite accurately describe the shape memory cycle of polymers with a standard linear solid (SLS) model [, ], as shown in Fig.
(a).The points Shape-memory polymers and multifunctional composites book the corresponding stress-strain-temperature Cited by: Shape-Memory Polymers and Multifunctional Composites.
Shape-Memory Polymers and Multifunctional Composites book. Shape-Memory Polymers and Multifunctional Composites book. Edited By Jinsong Leng, Shanyi Du. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 25 May Cited by: 2. Get this from a library.
Shape-Memory Polymers and Multifunctional Composites. [Jinsong Leng] -- Admired for their extraordinary stimuli-sensitive behavior and shape-changing capabilities, shape-memory polymers (SMPs) and multifunctional composites are among the most important smart materials.
In this chapter, two examples of our innovative multifunctional composites will be briefly introduced. These innovative composites can contribute toward advancing some new applications of composites through saving energy, efficient management of the thermal energy, and the mitigation of CO 2 emissions due to the multifunctionality.
The first example is by adding a. Then the characterization, shape-changing structure, and performance of shape-memory polymers and their composites (SMPCs) including dual- multiple- and two-way shape-memory effect, electrospun.
The basic principle of the shape-memory effect in polymers is based on the physical concept of a frozen-in structural order rather than on a speci c chemical interaction. Therefore, the ability to apparently “recall” a primary shape after a signi cant deformation that is entropically trapped to the material is reported to date for a number Cited by: 4.
Polymers, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Title / Keyword. Author / Affiliation. A technical analysis of shape-memory polymers (SMPs) and their composites, particularly in adaptive materials, this volume introduces designs linking SMPs to metals, elastomers, foams, nanoparticles and other materials, as well as the engineering of SMPs directly into parts and active (morphing) components.
Apache/ (Ubuntu) Server at Port Properties of shape-memory polymers. SMPs can retain two or sometimes three shapes, and the transition between those is induced by temperature.
In addition to temperature change, the shape change of SMPs can also be triggered by an electric or magnetic field, light or solution.
As well as polymers in general, SMPs also cover a wide property-range from stable to biodegradable. “The book concentrates on three different types of multifunctional materials: piezoceramics, shape-memory alloys, and switchable fluids (electrorheological and magnetorheological fluids).
These materials are the best-known commercially available multifunctional materials with. Multifunctional shape-memory polymers. Behl M(1), Razzaq MY, Lendlein A. Author information: (1)Center of Biomaterial Development, Institute of Polymer Research, Teltow, Germany.
The thermally-induced shape-memory effect (SME) is the capability of a material to change its shape in a predefined way in response to by: Abstract. In this chapter, applications of Shape-Memory Polymers (SMPs), and their blends and composites (SMPCs) are discussed.
SMPs and SMPCs are a new class of stimuli-responsive smart materials that change their configuration reacting to specific external stimulus and remember the original : L. Santo, F. Quadrini, D. Bellisario, L. Iorio. The shape memory polymers (SMPs) and their composites (SMPCs) have the ability to retain a temporary shape and recover to their original shape once.
Multifunctional Polymer Nanocomposites - Ebook written by Jinsong Leng, Alan Kin-tak Lau. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Multifunctional Polymer Nanocomposites. Finally, the shape-memory effect could be successfully combined with other functions, such as biodegradability or electrical conductivity, resulting in multifunctional polymers.
The fundamental knowledge about structure–function relationships offers the possibility of a targeted development of tailored SMP for specific applications. Biodegradable shape-memory polymers (BSMP) have arisen as highly promising materials for biomedical applications due to their valuable properties.
Their chemical and structural diversities, low toxicity, biodegradation, and resorption added to their capability to adapt their shape due to their shape-memory property make them excellent materials Author: Leire Ruiz-Rubio, Leyre Pérez-Álvarez, José Luis Vilas-Vilela.Furthermore, the tensile fracture interface of TPI shape memory polymer composites was analyzed by scanning electron microscopy.
The experimental results show that when the chopped carbon mass fraction fiber is 8%, TPI shape memory polymers have good shape memory properties and the best mechanical properties. Full article. 7. Multifunctional materials for shape memory alloys/polymers/ceramics 8.
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