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Electromechanics of polyurethane elastomers

Ask, Anna LU ; Ristinmaa, Matti LU ; Menzel, Andreas LU and Denzer, Ralf LU (2011) 24th Nordic Seminar on Computational Mechanics, 2011
Abstract
It is well known that electroactive polymers (EAP) deform under electric fields. An advantage of EAP is that it may undergo deformations much larger than those capable by electroactive ceramics, however at comparatively low forces. As common for polymers, EAP exhibit time-dependent material behavior, i.e. an electro-viscoelastic effect. In the modeling the deformation as well as the electric potential are introduced as global degrees of freedom, the internal variables accounting for the viscous response are incorporated at the so-called constitutive level. The proposed model is calibrated against experimental data, and a simple coupled finite element

example is studied to show the applicability of the finite deformation... (More)
It is well known that electroactive polymers (EAP) deform under electric fields. An advantage of EAP is that it may undergo deformations much larger than those capable by electroactive ceramics, however at comparatively low forces. As common for polymers, EAP exhibit time-dependent material behavior, i.e. an electro-viscoelastic effect. In the modeling the deformation as well as the electric potential are introduced as global degrees of freedom, the internal variables accounting for the viscous response are incorporated at the so-called constitutive level. The proposed model is calibrated against experimental data, and a simple coupled finite element

example is studied to show the applicability of the finite deformation electro-viscoelastic formulation proposed. (Less)
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electro-viscoelasticity, electrostriction
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  abstract     = {It is well known that electroactive polymers (EAP) deform under electric fields. An advantage of EAP is that it may undergo deformations much larger than those capable by electroactive ceramics, however at comparatively low forces. As common for polymers, EAP exhibit time-dependent material behavior, i.e. an electro-viscoelastic effect. In the modeling the deformation as well as the electric potential are introduced as global degrees of freedom, the internal variables accounting for the viscous response are incorporated at the so-called constitutive level. The proposed model is calibrated against experimental data, and a simple coupled finite element<br/><br>
example is studied to show the applicability of the finite deformation electro-viscoelastic formulation proposed.},
  author       = {Ask, Anna and Ristinmaa, Matti and Menzel, Andreas and Denzer, Ralf},
  keyword      = {electro-viscoelasticity,electrostriction},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {5},
  title        = {Electromechanics of polyurethane elastomers},
  year         = {2011},
}