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Shape Memory Phenomenon Based Sensors

Author: W.M. Huang, C. Tang, K.H. Peh, Nanyang Technological University, X.L. Wu, Jiangsu University, X.T. Jiang, M. Wei, Nanjing Licong New Materials Ltd    |   Document Download   |   Product code: ZCP2013SMST276

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The conventionally defined shape memory effect (SME), which was coined since the phenomenon was found in some special alloys (traditionally known as shape memory alloys, SMAs) since 1930s, has been expanded greatly, in particular, with the emerging of a range of polymeric shape memory materials (SMMs) in recent couple of years. In addition to the temperature memory effect (TME), which was firstly reported in SMAs and now turns to be intrinsic in almost all polymeric SMMs, a few other shape memory phenomena, such as the multiple-SME and reversible SME, have been extensively explored in both metallic and polymeric SMMs.
  • From: SMST-2013:The International Conference on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies (SMST) (ASM International)
  • Publisher: ASM International
  • Published: May 01, 2013
  • Pages: 2