Smart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights)

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Smart materials -- including ceramics, alloys, gels and polymers -- convert energy from one form into another by responding to a change in the stimuli in their environments. Developments in smart materials' technology and markets, analyzed in this report, are moving at lightening speed.

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Smart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverview and PerspectiveThe Evolution of Smart MaterialsScope and MethodologySmart Materials and SystemsSmart MaterialsSmart SystemsTypes of Smart MaterialsChanging Shape or LengthChanging Material PropertiesElectroactive MaterialsElectrostrictive and Magnetostrictive MaterialsRheological MaterialsSmart GelsSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), IntroductionA Technology RevolutionThe Nanotechnology FactorElastomeric PolymerOpportunities and ChallengesThe Need for Smart MaterialsOutlook and Emerging Areas of ResearchChallenges and Issues Facing the Development of ApplicationsSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), Piezoelectric and Electroactive MaterialsThe Piezoelectric Effect and CharacteristicsChanging DirectionMeasuring DevicesTypes of MaterialsPiezoelectric and Electroactive CeramicsPiezoelectric and Electroactive CrystalsPiezoelectric and Electroactive PolymersPiezoelectric and Electroactive CompositesSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), Electrostrictive MaterialsElectrostrictive Principles and CharacteristicsHigh Voltage BreakdownPerovskite Crystal StructureTypes of MaterialsOverviewLead Magnesium NiobateElectrostrictive PolymersLoudspeakers and Micro-electromechanical SystemsLoudspeakersElectrostrictive FilmsElectrostrictive ElastomersSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), Magnetostrictive MaterialsHistoryMagnetostrictive Characteristics and PropertiesTwo Modes of OperationDevice TypesMagnetostrictive ActuatorsMagnetostrictive SensorsMagnetostrictive ValvesMagnetostrictive Thick FilmsMagnetostrictive CompositesSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), Rheological MaterialsChanging the Fluid StateElectrorheological FluidsElectrorheological ApplicationsMagnetorheological FluidsThe EvolutionMagnetorheological ResponseProving ScalabilityDevelopment of Magnetorheological MaterialsOverviewMagnetorheological ElastomersCommercial ChallengesApplicationsAutomotive NVHSolid State AnaloguesControlling Transmission Shift QualitySmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), Smart GelsShrink or SwellAbsorb or ReleaseEngineering GelsResponse MechanismsStructure and CharacteristicsApplicationsTarget ApplicationsAgriculture and Food and Controlled ReleaseDrug DeliveryCosmeticsLaboratory SeparationsBioprocessingMilitary ProtectionSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), Active Research GroupsResearch InstitutionsDrexel UniversityGeorgia Institute of TechnologyInstitut fuer Experimentelle Physik IItalian National Research CouncilMassachusetts Institute of Technology National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationNational Physical LaboratoryNational University of SingaporeNaval Research LaboratoryOak Ridge National LaboratoryPennsylvania State UniversityRussian Academy of Sciences Sandia National LaboratoriesSheffield Hallam UniversityUniversity of ArizonaUniversity of HawaiiUniversity of LeedsUniversity of South CarolinaUniversity of SouthamptonUniversity of TorontoUniversity of WashingtonUniversity of WisconsinVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityCompaniesAdvanced Cerametrics Inc.Ecertec Ltd.Etrema Products Inc.Gel Sciences Inc.Hymed Group Corp.Lord Corp.Mide Technology Corp.Newlands Technology Ltd.QED TechnologiesRobert Chave Applied Physics Inc.SRI InternationalTRS Ceramics Inc.Technical Insights AwardsTechnology Innovation: QED TechnologiesTechnology Leadership: Lord Corp.Smart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 1 (Technical Insights), AppendixContactsResearch ContactsCorporate ContactsPatents and BibliographyPatentsBibliography




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