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Polyurethane shape memory polymers

Wei Min Huang

Polyurethane shape memory polymers

by Wei Min Huang

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Published by Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polyurethanes,
  • Shape memory polymers

  • Edition Notes

    Statementauthors, W.M. Huang, Bin Yang, Yong Qing Fu
    ContributionsYang, Bin, Fu, Yong Qing
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA455.P585 H83 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25046182M
    ISBN 109781439838006
    LC Control Number2011031714

    1 Introduction to shape memory polymers 1 Introduction 1 Defining shape memory polymers 1 Types of shape memory polymers 4 A typical shape memory polymer: shape memory polyurethanes (SMPUs) 11 Conclusions 13 References 14 2 T m -type shape memory polymers 23 Introduction Polyurethane Shape Memory Polymers: : Huang, W.M., Yang, Bin, Fu, Yong Qing: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa dura.

      Biodegradable shape-memory polymers (BSMP) have arisen as highly promising materials for biomedical applications due to their valuable properties. Their chemical and structural diversities, low toxicity, biodegradation, and resorption added to their capability to adapt their shape due to their shape-memory property make them excellent materials Author: Leire Ruiz-Rubio, Leyre Pérez-Álvarez, José Luis Vilas-Vilela. Novel post-condensation crosslinked polyurethane shape-memory polymers were synthesized, characterized, and injection molded into the geometry of a complex medical device. Mechanical characterization results revealed that these materials have mechanical properties that are ideal for many biomedical by:

      Buy Polyurethane Shape-Memory Polymers 1 by Huang, W.M., Yang, Bin, Fu, Yong Qing (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Author: W.M. Huang, Bin Yang, Yong Qing Fu. Feasibility study of polyurethane shape-memory polymer actuators for pressure bandage application Manzoor Ahmad1, Jikui Luo1,2 and Mohsen Miraftab1 1 Institute of Materials Research and Innovation, University of Bolton, Bolton BL3 5AB, UK 2 Department of Information Science and Electron Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou


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A comprehensive book comprising of the most up-to-the-date results on Polyurethane shape memory polymers (theory, mechanisms, fabrication, function, and applications) is strongly recommended to the audience in the field of materials research and by: A comprehensive book comprising of the most up-to-the-date results on Polyurethane shape memory polymers (theory, mechanisms, fabrication, function, and applications) is strongly recommended to the audience in the field of materials research and development.5/5(4).

Effects of Moisture on Electrically Conductive Polyurethane Shape Memory Polymers. Absorption of Moisture in Room-Temperature Water. Electrical Resistivity after Immersion.

Glass Transition Temperature after Immersion. Evolution of Glass Transition Temperature upon Thermal Cycling. Correlation of Moisture Absorption, Loading of Carbon Powder, and Glass Transition Temperature.

Porous Polyurethane Shape Memory Polymers. Water as Foaming Agent for Porous SMPs. Formation of Bubbles by Heat Treatment. Thermomechanical Behaviors of SMP Foams. Yield Surface of Foam. Influence of Storage on Polyurethane SMP Foams. Shape Memory Effects at Micro and Nanoscales.

SMP Thin Wires. SMP Micro Beads. Shape memory polymers (SMPs) are some of the most important and valuable engineering materials developed in the last 25 years. These fascinating materials demonstrate remarkably versatile properties-including capacity for actuation and stimulus responsiveness-that are enabling technologists to develop applications used to explore everything from thCited by: Magnetic and conductive polyurethane shape memory polymers -- ch.

Shape memory polymer nanocomposites -- ch. Porous polyurethane shape memory polymers -- ch. Shape memory effects at micro and nano scales -- ch.

Wrinkling atop shape memory polymers -- ch. Medical applications of polyurethane shape memory polymers -- ch. Polyurethane shape-memory polymers.

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Find books. Polyurethane Shape Memory Polymers details the fundamentals of SMP makeup, as well as their shape-recovery features and their seemingly endless potential for use in applications ranging from the macro- to submicron scales.

Although this book focuses on one commercially available polyurethane shape memory polymer (SMP), the main features, mechanisms, and applications discussed here apply largely to other SMPs as well. The great potential represented by the many unique features of SMPs make possible many applications, from outer space to deep within the human : W.M.

Huang, Bin Yang, Yong Qing Fu. "One in all, the authors managed to write a book which gives a comprehensive overview on polyurethane shape memory polymer research.

Due to the authors’ long-term research experience, I am optimistic that Polyurethane Shape Memory Polymers will be a success : W.M. Huang, Bin Yang, Yong Qing Fu.

It goes on to consider the properties of particular materials such as shape memory polyurethane and environmentally-sensitive polymer gels. The book concludes by assessing potential applications such as wrinkle-free fabrics and smart fabrics providing improved protection and comfort for the wearer.

Shape memory polymers and textiles is a. Shape-memory polymers (SMPs) are a class of smart materials capable of undergoing a programmed shape change upon application of an external stimulus and remembering the original shape. This behavior is known as the shape-memory effect and is a phenomenon observed first in shape-memory alloys, where the memory effect is governed by the thermoelastic behavior of the martensite phase.

The current review collates the knowledge on various applications of shape memory polyurethane (SMP) and its composites with a special focus on human health applications such as the shielding of.

At the end of the chapter, a typical SMP, shape memory polyurethane (SMPU), is introduced because of its tremendous advantages compared with other SMPs in terms of applications.

Select 2 - Tm-type shape memory polymers. Book chapter Full text access. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xv, pages): illustrations: Contents: Ch. Introduction --ch. mechanical behavior of polyurethane shape memory polymer --ch.

s of moisture on glass transition temperature and applications --ch. ically conductive polyurethane shape memory polymers --ch.

Polyurethane shape memory polymers are thermoresponsive phase-change materials that present the ability to memorize a permanent shape, to be deformed and fixed to a temporary shape under specific. In this work, we have also shown the relationship between shape memory and property memory effect.

Mono and multi-frequency DMA (dynamic mechanical analyzer) tests on virgin and % recovered samples of polyurethane (PU) revealed that the polymer at the end of the shape memory tests regains % of its initial form without regaining some of itsCited by: Advances in shape memory polymers is an essential reference for polymer and textile material students, scientists, designers, engineers and manufacturers.

It is also an invaluable guide for professionals in the biomedical, electronics and engineering industries. The objective of this study was to investigate the changes in the shape-memory-recovery characteristics of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), with changes in the microstructure by employing a microcellular foaming process (MCP), which is a physical foaming process [1,2,3,4].The MCP, which is applied to TPU as a matrix, is a method for producing microsized cells having a density of >10 9 cells Author: Chang-Seok Yun, Joo Seong Sohn, Sung Woon Cha.

Segmented shape memory polyurethane and its water vapor transport properties. Designed Monomers and Polymers9 (6), DOI: / Nanda Gopal Sahoo, Yong Chae Jung, Nam Seo Goo, Jae Whan Cho.

Conducting Shape Memory Polyurethane-Polypyrrole Composites for an Electroactive by:. Summary: Electroactive shape memory composites were prepared using polyurethane block copolymer and conducting polypyrrole by chemical oxidative polymerization.

The electrical conductivity, thermal and mechanical properties, and morphology of the composites were investigated, and a voltage‐triggered shape memory effect was by: Polyurethane Shape Memory Polymers 1st Edition by W.M. Huang and Publisher routledge. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN:INTRODUCTION.

Since their discovery in the s, shape memory polymers (SMPs) have become widely used in applications that require innovative materials. 1, 2 The active shape change response of SMPs has been harnessed to develop smart, stimuli–responsive systems that have utility in a wide range of applications including biomedical, aerospace, textiles, and robotics.

2 The term “shape Cited by: