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artificial muscle compare

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artificial muscle compare

1. EAPSMA&EAC (Bar-Cohen, Xue et al. 1997)

2paper (Pelrine, Kornbluh et al. 2002)

3paper (Caldwell, Tsagarakis et al. 2000)

4paper (Hunter and Lafontaine 1992)

5. paper (Mavroidis 2002)

7. paper (Mavroidis, Pfeiffer et al. 1999)

8. paper(Pelrine, Sommer-Larsen et al. 2001)

mention paper

    Bar-Cohen, Y., T. Xue, et al. (1997). "Electroactive Polymers (EAP) Low Mass Muscle Actuators." SPIE International Conference, Smart Structures and Materials Symposium, Enabling Technologies: Smart Structures and Integrated Systems, San Diego, CA Mar: 3-6.

    Caldwell, D. G., N. Tsagarakis, et al. (2000). "Bio-mimetic actuators: polymeric Pseudo Muscular Actuators and pneumatic Muscle Actuators for biological emulation." Mechatronics 10(4-5): 499-530.

    Hunter, I. W. and S. Lafontaine (1992). "A comparison of muscle with artificial actuators." Solid-State Sensor and Actuator Workshop, 1992. 5th Technical Digest., IEEE: 178-185.

    Mavroidis, C. (2002). "Development of Advanced Actuators Using Shape Memory Alloys and Electrorheological Fluids." Research in Nondestructive Evaluation 14(1): 1-32.

    Mavroidis, C., C. Pfeiffer, et al. (1999). 5.1 CONVENTIONAL ACTUATORS, SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, AND ELECTRORHEOLOGICAL FLUIDS.

    Pelrine, R., R. Kornbluh, et al. (2002). "Dielectric Elastomer Artificial Muscle Actuators: Toward Biomimetic Motion." Proc. SPIE 4695: 126-137.

    Pelrine, R., P. Sommer-Larsen, et al. (2001). "Applications of Dielectric Elastomer Actuators." Smart Structures and Materials: 335-349.

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