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Shea, "Voltage control of the resonance frequency of dielectric electroactive polymer (DEAP) membranes," Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, vol.
In line with the actuator model, an electroactive polymer based actuator fabrication procedure is illustrated in this paper.
Asaka, "Robotic Application of IPMC Actuators with Redoping Capability)), Library of Congress on Electroactive Polymers for Robotic Applications, Springer, ISBN 978-1-84628-371-0, pp 207-231, 2007.
Federico Carpi, professor in biomedical engineering and biomaterials at London's Queen Mary University, said that electroactive polymers can combine with soft electrodes so that when people apply a voltage they change shape and size, turning electrical energy into mechanical motion like a human muscle, FHM India magazine reported.
In the field of electroactive polymers, PUs are of great interest for actuation and energy conversion since they are capable of generating an electric-field-induced strain above 10% under an electric field 20 MV/m [4]and have an effective piezoelectric strain coefficient of 184 pC/N under a bias electric field of 25 MV/m comparable to that of a commercial piezoelectric PZT ceramic [5].
The thickness of electroactive polymer: PAA-co-AA as undercoating and topcoating was approximately 2 and 28 um, respectively.
Interestingly, the technique is not in itself patented; instead, the patent is titled 'Security document with electroactive polymer power source and nano-optical display', which describes a method for illuminating the nanoholes with an LED or similar light source (see panel).
EAP History, Current status, and Infrastructure, In: Electroactive Polymer (EAP) Actuators as artificial muscles: reality, potential, and challenges., Bar-Cohan, Y, 2nd-Ed., page numbers (4-50), SPIE Press, ISBN: 081945297-1.
Micromuscle is an advanced, biocompatible electroactive polymer (EAP) that changes volume and other properties in response to an electrical stimulus and can be incorporated into medical devices.
SRI's new generator utilizes patented electroactive polymer artificial muscle (EPAM) technology, and offers a renewable method to continually power ocean buoys.
The electroactive polymer artificial muscle (EPAM) technology is responsive, yet low-power, component for moving autofocus mechanisms in cameraphones.
The organic composite is a mixture of electrostrictive polyvinylidene-fluoride-trifluoroethylene, an electroactive polymer, as the matrix, and copper-phthalocyanine, an organic semi-conductor with a high dielectic constant, as the filler.