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|Title:||Thermal-sensitive intelligent polymers and their application|
|Authors:||Hu, JL |
|Keywords:||Thermal-sensitive intelligent polymers|
|Source:||纺织学报 (Journal of textile research), 2005, v. 26, no. 6, p. 126-133 How to cite?|
|Journal:||纺织学报 (Journal of textile research)|
Shape memory polymers(SMPs)here refer to themal-sensititve polymers with the ability to sense and respond to extemal stimuli in a predetermined shape.Some polymers such as polyurethane,co-polymer of Styrene and Butadiene,1,4-polyisoprene,crosslinked PE,etc.were found to have shape memory recovery ability.As compared with shape memory alloy,thermal-sensitive shape memeory polymers have low density,low cost,high shape recovery,are easy to dye,to shape and to be stimulated under expected switch temperature.Especially with polyurethane,the structure-property relationships are extremely diverse and controllable and the shape recovery temperature can be set in a wide range from-30℃ to 70℃.So they have found a wide spectrum of applications in such fields as biomedical,textile and garment,toy,packaging and military industries.Smart textiles are highly appreciated by customers for the multifunctions such as wrinkle-free,easy-care,water-proof,moisture vapor permeable(breathable),warmth retention,shape memeory,and automatic control to keep the wearer cooler or wamer.These products include outdoor garments,sportswear,sleeping bags,tent,bandage,brassiere,bellyband and military combat wear.A review is made of the thermal-sensitive intelligent polymers with focuses on the structural features,shape memory mechanism,along with their potential applications in textile,biomedical,and national defense industries.
|Rights:||© 2005 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。|
© 2005 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research purposes.
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