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Future Perspectives of SMA and SMA Valves

  • Sven LangbeinEmail author
  • Alexander Czechowicz
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Abstract

This final chapter presents the technological outlook of shape memory alloy technology and shape memory alloy drive-based valves. The focus is laid on research works in innovative fields as well as innovative valve concepts like microvalves and 3D-printable valves.

Keywords

Microvalve Fused deposition molding Adaptive resetting Local configuration Pseudoelastic sensing 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FG-INNOVATION GmbHBochumGermany
  2. 2.Zentrum für Angewandte Formgedächtnistechnik, Forschungsgemeinschaft Werkzeuge und Werkstoffe e.V.RemscheidGermany

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