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Yarali, E. (author), Baniasadi, Mahdi (author), Zolfagharian, Ali (author), Chavoshi, Maede (author), Arefi, Fatemeh (author), Hossain, Mokarram (author), Bastola, Anil (author), Ansari, Mahdi (author), Foyouzat, Alireza (author), Dabbagh, Ali (author), Ebrahimi, Mohamad (author), Mirzaali Mazandarani, M. (author), Bodaghi, Mahdi (author)
Magneto-/ electro-responsive polymers (MERPs) are a class of stimuli-responsive materials that are actuated when triggered by external magnetic/ electric fields. MERPs exhibit rapid, reversible, and safe multi-functional and dynamic (i.e., changing with time) properties, which can effectively be manipulated at different length scales. These...
review 2022
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Callens, S.J.P. (author)
The rapidly expanding field of tissue engineering presents enticing, yet demanding challenges for scientists and engineers across many different disciplines. The ultimate goal of tissue engineering is ambitious: to regenerate damaged or missing tissue in its full complexity, either in vitro or in situ, and restore organ function. In addition to...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Hofman, Julius (author)
By combining the recent innovations of 4D Printing and Printed Electronics, the Emerging Materials group at the Delft University of Technology has developed a new, printable, self-actuatable material that can continuously change shape in a programmable manner. A specifically designed strip of conductive and non-conductive materials exhibits...
master thesis 2021
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Pakvis, Sara (author)
In recent developments in the field of multi-material additive manufacturing, differences in material properties are exploited to create printed shape memory structures, which are referred to as 4D-printed structures. New printing techniques allow for the introduction of prestresses in the specimen during manufacturing. This research focuses on...
master thesis 2021
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Uyttendaele, Raf (author)
Almost every tissue in the human body is curved in a certain way. Examples are the extracellular matrix of different tissues such as trabecular bone, different acini and blood vessels. As such, the ability to create complex curved structures is crucial in the development of biomimetic biomaterials that could be used, for example, for tissue...
master thesis 2020
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Zhao, Song Chuan (author), Maas, Mariska (author), Jansen, K.M.B. (author), van Hecke, Martin (author)
Additive manufacturing strives to combine any combination of materials into 3D functional structures and devices, ultimately opening up the possibility of 3D printed machines. It remains difficult to actuate such devices, thus limiting the scope of 3D printed machines to passive devices or necessitating the incorporation of external actuators...
journal article 2019
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Franssen, T.J. (author)
In this project, the opportunities were investigated when combining shape-memory alloy material with 3D printing technology. This combination has the potential to create objects that are able to move on their own. Shape-memory alloys are as the name suggests material with a Shape-Memory this unique quality makes it possible to program a shape...
master thesis 2017
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