Controllable Magnetoactive Polymer Conduit

  • Objective: Magneto-active Polymers (MAP) are smart materials whose mechanical characteristics, such as elastic and shear moduli, may be controllable by means of an externally applied magnetic field. Methods: Various additives may be used to influence the characteristics of the polymer matrix whilst a suspension of soft and/or hard magnetic particles determine the magnetic properties of the composite. Both pre-cure and post-cure magnetization is possible. Results: A range of control strategies have been investigated for evaluation of the system using fluids of differing kinematic viscosity. Conclusion: Depending on the degree of magnetic field homogeneity, magneto-deformation and magnetostriction contribute to MAP actuation. This paper presents a novel application in the form of a peristaltic MAP tube system, applicable to flow control and pumping of hemorheological fluids in blood circulatory systems for biomedical research purposes.

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Author:Andreas DiermeierORCiD, Dirk SindersbergerORCiD, Lars KrenkelORCiDGND, X. C. Rosell, Gareth J. MonkmanORCiDGND
URL / DOI:https://www.benthamopen.com/ABSTRACT/TOMEJ-12-192
Parent Title (English):The Open Mechanical Engineering Journal
Publisher:Bentham
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Year of first Publication:2018
Release Date:2022/04/05
Volume:12
Issue:1
First Page:192
Last Page:200
Note:
Corresponding authro: Gareth J. Monkman
Institutes:Fakultät Elektro- und Informationstechnik
Fakultät Maschinenbau
Fakultät Maschinenbau / Labor Biofluidmechanik
Fakultät Elektro- und Informationstechnik / Mechatronics Research Unit (MRU)
Begutachtungsstatus:peer-reviewed
OpenAccess Publikationsweg:Gold Open Access- Erstveröffentlichung in einem/als Open-Access-Medium
Corresponding author der OTH Regensburg
research focus:Energie und Mobilität
Licence (German):Creative Commons - CC BY - Namensnennung 4.0 International
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