Helical dielectric elastomer actuators

@inproceedings{Carpi2005HelicalDE,
  title={Helical dielectric elastomer actuators},
  author={Federico Carpi and Antonio Migliore and Giorgio Serra and Danilo De Rossi},
  year={2005}
}
Issue no Total pages First page Last page File name Date req Artnum Cover date Abstract This paper presents a new type of contractile polymer-based electromechanical linear actuator. The device belongs to the class of dielectric elastomer actuators, which are typically capable of undergoing large deformations induced by an applied electric field. It is based on a novel helical configuration, suitable for the generation of electrically driven axial contractions and radial expansions. The… CONTINUE READING
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