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

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Smart materials--including thermoresponsive, electrochromic, and fullerene materials --convert energy from one form into another by responding to changes 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 2. (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverview and PerspectiveSmart MaterialsPhase Transformation Scope and MethodologySmart SystemsSmart Systems The Evolution of Smart MaterialsTypes of Smart Materials Smart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 2. (Technical Insights), IntroductionA Technology RevolutionAn Enabling TechnologyThe Need for Smart MaterialsOutlook and ChallengesOutlook and Emerging Areas of ResearchChallenges and Issues Facing Applications Smart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 2. (Technical Insights), Thermoresponsive Materials IntroductionShape Memory Alloys History of Shape Memory AlloysMartensitic Transformation Thermomechanical Materials Commercial Systems Commercial SystemsNickel-Titanium Alloys Copper-Base Alloys Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloys Applications Free RecoveryExerting ForceSuperelastic PropertiesMedical Shape Memory PolymersHistory of Shape Memory Plastics Crosslinking Biodegradability Phase TransitionApplications Smart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 2. (Technical Insights), Electrochromic Materials Introduction Electrochromism Designing Electrochromic Systems Smart Windows and SystemsSelf-Powered WindowsGlazingApplications Applications of Electrochromic MaterialsGlazing IssuesNanocrystalsSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 2. (Technical Insights), FullerenesIntroductionPure Crystalline CarbonNanotubes Nanotube Manufacture Nanotube Manufacture The Route toward Applications Carbon Nanotube CompositesSmart Nanotubes Damping PropertiesCatalytic PropertiesSmart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 2. (Technical Insights), Active Research Groups Research Institutions Catholic University of LeuvenChinese University of Hong KongCranfield UniversityEcole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneFraunhofer InstituteGeorgia Insitute of TechnologyGhent UniversityHelsinki University of TechnologyInstitute of Space and Astronautical ScienceLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMoscow Aviation InstituteNational Aeronautics and Space AdministrationNational Institute of ChemistryNational Renewable Energy LaboratoryNew York UniversityNorthwestern UniversityOak Ridge National LaboratoryOhio State UniversityOulu University Central HospitalPacific Northwest LaboratoryRuhr UniversityRussian Academy of SciencesSandia National LaboratoriesSiberian Research InstituteTechnical University of BerlinTexas A&M UniversityUS ArmyUniversity of California at RiversideUniversity of California at San DiegoUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of ChicagoUniversity of DelawareUniversity of PittsburgUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUniversity of Texas at DallasUniversity of TokyoUniversity of WisconsinVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityCompaniesCarboLex Inc.Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc.D'Appolonia SpAJohnson Matthey BiomaterialsMetatech Co. LtdMitsubishi International Corp.mnemoScience GmbHResearch Frontiers Inc.Sage Electrochromics Inc.Sustainable Technologies International Pty Ltd.Smart Materials: Emerging Markets for Intelligent Gels; Ceramics; Alloys; and Polymers. 2nd Edition. Part 2. (Technical Insights), Awards; Patents; and BibliographySmart Materials; Technical Insights' 2002 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology Innovation: Research Frontiers Inc.Technology Leadership: Johnson Matthey BioMaterialsPatents and BibliographyPatents Bibliography




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