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Active Materials and Smart Structures
Editor(s): Gary L. Anderson; Dimitris C. Lagoudas
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2427
Date Published: 2 February 1995
Softcover: 26 papers (400) pages
ISBN: 9780819417756

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All-moving active aerodynamic surface research
Author(s): Ronald M. Barrett
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Development of a piezoelectric servoflap for helicopter rotor control
Author(s): Steven R. Hall; Eric F. Prechtl
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Active control of the lateral buckling of nitinol-reinforced composite beams
Author(s): Amr M. Baz; Tung-Huei Chen
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Preisach modeling and compensation for smart material hysteresis
Author(s): Declan C. Hughes; John T. Wen
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State measurement and system identification of a cantilever beam using distributed polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) film sensors
Author(s): Robert K. Butler; Vittal S. Rao
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Vibration control of equipment aboard spacecraft
Author(s): Goodarz Ahmadi; Joseph F. Ellison; Carlos M. Grodsinsky
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Identification for a class of nonlinear models for shape memory alloy (SMA) embedded elastomeric rods
Author(s): Zhonghe Bo; Andrew J. Kurdila; Dimitris C. Lagoudas; Glenn V. Webb
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Shape control of plates using piezoceramic elements
Author(s): K. Ghosh; Romesh C. Batra
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Finite element model for active constrained layer damping
Author(s): William C. Van Nostrand; Daniel J. Inman
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Adaptive beam model with electrorheological-material-based applications
Author(s): Melek Yalcintas; John P. Coulter
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Are biological structures smart?
Author(s): A. V. Srinivasan
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Experimental investigation of adaptive beam with embedded devices
Author(s): Abdulmalik A. Alghamdi; Abhijit Dasgupta
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Pressure-shear impact-induced phase transformations in Cu-14.44Al-4.19Ni single crystals
Author(s): J. C. Escobar; R. J. Clifton
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Thermoelectric cooling of shape memory alloy actuators: theoretical modeling and experiment
Author(s): Abhijit Bhattacharyya; Dimitris C. Lagoudas; Yu-Ping Wang; Vikram K. Kinra
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Constitutive and transformation behavior of two-way shape memory (TWSM) nitinol
Author(s): D. S. Ford; D. A. Hebda; Scott R. White
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Temperature-induced deformation in shape memory alloys
Author(s): L. Catherine Brinson; Alexander M. Bekker; S. Hwang
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Three-dimensional phase transformation model for shape memory alloys
Author(s): David John Barrett; Brian J. Sullivan
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Experimental determination of shape memory alloy constitutive model parameters
Author(s): Peter R. Witting; Francis A. Cozzarelli
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Unified thermodynamic constitutive model and finite element analysis of active metal matrix composites
Author(s): Zhonghe Bo; Dimitris C. Lagoudas
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Materials development of smart thin-film TiNi/PZT Heterostructures
Author(s): Peter G. Mercado; A. Peter Jardine
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Micromechanical theory of the nonlinear behavior of ferroelectric ceramics
Author(s): Christopher S. Lynch; Stephen C. Hwang; Robert M. McMeeking
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Twinning-induced stress and electric field concentrations in ferroelectric ceramics
Author(s): Qing Jiang; Ying Zhang
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Equations for the control of the flexural vibrations of composite plates by partially electroded piezoelectric actuators
Author(s): Harry F. Tiersten
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Design and development of a new class of piezoelectric actuators for force improvement
Author(s): Diann E. Brei
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Shape memory alloys for damage-resistant composite structures
Author(s): Jeffrey S.N. Paine; Craig A. Rogers
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Electro-thermo-mechanics of smart memory alloy (SMA) fiber bundles embedded in an elastic medium
Author(s): Mohsen Shahinpoor; Guoping Wang
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