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Conventional fluid motors require high-pressure fluids (20MPa~) and rotation speeds of these motors are extremely high (2,000~10,000rpm or more). Therefore it is difficult to apply these motors to mobile robots under hard conditions, like in fire disasters. Usually, high torque, low rotation speed, low pressure fluid motors are desired in robotics. This(More)
We have investigated the structural development during order-order transitions to the double-gyroid (DG) phase of nonionic surfactant/water systems based on two-dimensional small-angle x-ray scattering patterns from highly oriented ordered mesophases. The lamellar (L) to DG transition proceeds through two intermediate structures, a fluctuating perforated(More)
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