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    Title: 離子高分子合金複合材料製作之雙節式致動器於水中無線控制之應用研究;Application of Double-section Actuator Made of Ion Polymer Metal Composite in Water Wireless Control
    Authors: 邱智均;CHOU, CHIH-CHUN
    Contributors: 機械工程系研究所
    Keywords: 離子高分子合金複合材料;Ion Polymer Metal Composite
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2019-07-17
    Publisher: 機械工程系研究所
    Abstract: 本篇論文主要在研究離子性高分子合金複合材料的應用,透過元件的致動,達成於水中無線控制的致動器之效果。 以離子性高分子合金複合材料製作之雙節式致動器,應用於水中探測等領域上,以元件尺寸小以及親水性特性,使得應用於此領域具有相當優勢。 為了驗證元件在水中探測的應用,在實驗水池中進行無線控制,元件游動至另一端後返回,進行致動元件在水中的來回運動。關鍵詞: IPMC致動器、雙節式、水中探測
    This paper mainly studies the application of ionic polymer alloy composites, through the actuation of components, and achieves the effect of wirelessly controlled actuators in water.??? The use of ionic polymer composite materials made of double-section actuator, used in water detection and other fields, with small component size and hydrophilic properties, making the application in this area has considerable advantages.??? In order to verify the application of the components in the water detection, in the experimental pool for wireless control, the components swimming to the other end after the return of the actuator in the water back and forth movement.Keywords: IPMC actuator, double-section, water detection
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