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Monte carlo simulation of ion transport of the high strain ionomer with conducting powder electrodes

XINGXI HE1 ; LEO, Donald J1
[1] Mechanical Engineering Department, Center for Intelligent Material System and Structures Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, 24061, United States
Conference title
Modeling, signal processing, and control for smart structures 2007 (19-21 March 2007, San Diego, California, USA)
Conference name
Modeling, signal processing, and control for smart structures (San Diego CA 2007)
Author (monograph)
Lindner, douglas K (Editor)
Society of photo-optical instrumentation engineers, United States (Organiser of meeting)
American society of mechanical engineers, Dynamic systems and control division, United States (Organiser of meeting)
Interijento Zairyō Shisutemu Fōramu, Japan (Organiser of meeting)
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States (Organiser of meeting)
National Science Foundation, United States (Organiser of meeting)

Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering. 2007, pp 652314.1-652314.12 ; ref : 26 ref

Scientific domain
Control theory, operational research; Electronics; Metrology and instrumentation; Optics; Physics
SPIE, Bellingham, Wash
Publication country
United States
Document type
Conference Paper
Keyword (fr)
Activation thermique Algorithme parallèle Aniline polymère Approche probabiliste Basse fréquence Condition stationnaire Conduction électrique Energie potentielle Etude expérimentale Grande déformation Ionomère Matière active Mobilité ion Modélisation Méthode Monte Carlo Méthode élément fini Nanotube carbone Noir carbone Polymère conducteur Potentiel électrique Ruthénium oxyde Réponse fréquence Sphère Tension électrique Transport ion Vibration
Keyword (en)
Thermal activation Parallel algorithm Aniline polymer Probabilistic approach Low frequency Stationary condition Electrical conduction Potential energy Experimental study High strain Ionomer Active material Ion mobility Modeling Monte Carlo method Finite element method Carbon nanotubes Carbon black Conducting polymers Electric potential Ruthenium oxide Frequency response Sphere Voltage Ion transport Vibration
Keyword (es)
Termoactivación Algoritmo paralelo Anilina polímero Enfoque probabilista Baja frecuencia Condición estacionaria Conductor eléctrico Energía potencial Estudio experimental Gran deformación Ionómero Materia activa Movilidad ión Modelización Método Monte Carlo Método elemento finito Carbón negro Potencial eléctrico Rutenio óxido Respuesta frecuencia Esfera Voltaje Transporte iónica Vibración
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001B Physics / 001B40 Fundamental areas of phenomenology (including applications) / 001B40F Solid mechanics / 001B40F30 Structural and continuum mechanics / 001B40F30M Vibration, mechanical wave, dynamic stability (aeroelasticity, vibration control...)

Physics : solid mechanics
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