“SMART MATERIALS:A NEW TREND IN TECHNOLOGY”
PRESENTED BY, SAHIL G. GOVINDWAR. firstname.lastname@example.org Contact No: 7709575108.
BABASAHEB NAIK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
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ABSTRACT P.V.P Siddhartha instate of technology email@example.com ABSTRACT This paper will provide an overview of the smart materials. The various types of smart material are also presented in this paper. To get the clear idea about the smart materials, its definition and types are explained briefly. Some of the types of these include piezoelectric materials, magneto-rheostatic materials, electro-rheostatic materials, and shape memory alloys piezoelectric, Varieties of smart materials already exist, and research is being carried out extensively to derive new materials. Applications of various types of smart materials are clearly explained. Some of applications of already existing smart materials are studied. The expectations of the smart materials and the predictions of future applications have been presented on the later part of the paper. And it is concluded that the application of smart material in future becomes a trend in various fields in engineering.
Smart material can be defined as material that can significantly change their mechanical properties (such as
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