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Title Ionic polymer metal composites (IPMCs) : smart multi-functional materials and articial muscles. Volume 2 / edited by Mohsen Shahinpoor
Published Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 434 pages)
Series RSC smart materials ; number 18
RSC smart materials ; no. 18
Contents Cover; Contents; Preface; Chapter 14 Energy Exchange between Coherent Fluid Structures and Ionic Polymer Metal Composites, toward Flow Sensing and Energy Harvesting; 14.1 Introduction; 14.2 Experiments; 14.2.1 Impulsive Loading of a Cantilever Strip; 14.2.2 Impulsive Loading of an Annulus; 14.3 Insights from Modeling and Simulation; 14.3.1 Potential Flow Modeling; 14.3.2 CFD; 14.4 Summary and Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 15 Miniature Pump with Ionic Polymer Metal Composite Actuator for Drug Delivery; 15.1 Introduction; 15.2 IPMC Fundamentals
15.3 Advantages of IPMCs and Current Applications15.4 IPMC Control Techniques; 15.4.1 Development of Miniature Pump Technology; 15.4.2 Overview and Discussion of Miniature Pump Actuation Mechanisms; 15.4.3 Advantages of IPMCs for Drug Delivery Miniature Pumps; 15.4.4 Design and Fabrication of Miniature Pumps; 15.4.5 Valveless Miniature Pumps; 15.4.6 Miniature Pump Design; 15.4.7 Simulation of the Pump; 15.5 Control of IPMC Actuators; 15.5.1 IFT Algorithm; 15.5.2 Online IFT Tuning; 15.5.3 Experimental Results; 15.5.4 Performance Optimization of Valveless Pumps; 15.6 Conclusion; References
18.1 Fabrication of Micromachined IPMC Actuators18.1.1 Fabrication by Surface Micromachining; 18.1.2 Fabrication by Bulk Micromachining; 18.1.3 Fabrication by Micromolding; 18.2 Analysis and Characterization of Micromachined IPMC Actuators; 18.2.1 Investigation of the Dynamic Behavior of Micromachined IPMC Actuators with Molecular-scale Models; 18.2.2 Electrical Circuit Model used to Characterize the Micromachined IPMC Actuator; 18.3 Micromachined IPMC Actuators for Biomedical Applications; 18.3.1 Microgrippers for Endoscopic Surgery
18.3.2 Optical Fiber Enclosed by Four-electrode IPMC Actuators for Directing Laser Beams18.3.3 Helical IPMC Actuators with Rotational and Longitudinal Motions for Active Stents; 18.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 19 Ionic Polymer Metal Composites: Recent Advances in Self-sensing Methods; 19.1 Introduction; 19.2 MET Sensor; 19.3 SR Sensor; 19.4 HFR Sensor; 19.4.1 Experiment; 19.4.2 Results and Discussion; 19.5 Conclusion; References; Chapter 20 A Continuum Multiphysics Theory for Electroactive Polymers and Ionic Polymer Metal Composites; 20.1 Introduction
Chapter 16 Modelling and Characterisation of Ionic Polymer Metal Composite (IPMC) Transducers: From IPMC Infancy to Multiphysics Modelling16.1 Introduction; 16.2 Modelling; 16.2.1 Black-box Modelling; 16.2.2 Grey-box Modelling; 16.2.3 White-box Modelling; References; Chapter 17 Ionic Polymer Metal Composites as Post-silicon Transducers for the Realisation of Smart Systems; 17.1 Introduction; 17.2 IPMC-based Actuators; 17.3 IPMC-based Sensors; 17.4 Smart IPMC-based Devices; References; Chapter 18 Micromachined Ionic Polymer Metal Composite Actuators for Biomedical Applications
Summary A comprehensive resource on ionic polymer metal composites (IPMCs) edited by the leading authority on the subject
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Conducting polymers.
Smart materials.
Form Electronic book
Author Shahinpoor, Mohsen, editor
ISBN 1782627219
1782627235 (electronic bk)
9781782627210
9781782627234 (electronic bk)