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Intelligent Material Design Using Shape Memory Alloy

  • Yasiubumi Furuya (a1)


Recently, shape memory alloy(SMA) is regarded as one promising material element natively with intelligent functions. I introduce the fundamental design concept and several trials for developing intelligent(smart) materials and structures by using shape memory alloy. Moreover, I introduce our recent works and point out the necessity for developing fundamental techniques to realize the intelligent materials using SMA.



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