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Xingcheng Xiao – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Reversible dry micro-fibrillar Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion
    Soft Matter, 2009
    Co-Authors: Metin Sitti, Xingcheng Xiao

    Abstract:

    This work reports thin-film terminated micro-fibrillar Adhesives made of Adhesive Polymers and shape memory Polymers as reversible dry Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion. Structurally different Adhesives were fabricated by coating a continuous thin layer of an elastomeric Adhesive Polymer onto either a flat or a fibrillar shape memory Polymer surface. Experimental results exhibited that pull-off forces of the Adhesives can be up to four times different depending on thermal conditions. These differences originate from the temperature dependence of either the intrinsic adhesion properties of the Adhesive Polymer and/or the stiffness of the sub-surface shape memory Polymer.

  • Reversible dry micro-fibrillar Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion
    Soft Matter, 2009
    Co-Authors: Seok Kim, Metin Sitti, Tao Xie, Xingcheng Xiao

    Abstract:

    This work reports thin-film terminated micro-fibrillar Adhesives made of Adhesive Polymers and shape memory Polymers as reversible dry Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion. Structurally different Adhesives were fabricated by coating a continuous thin layer of an elastomeric Adhesive Polymer onto either a flat or a fibrillar shape memory Polymer surface. Experimental results exhibited that pull-off forces of the Adhesives can be up to four times different depending on thermal conditions. These differences originate from the temperature dependence of either the intrinsic adhesion properties of the Adhesive Polymer and/or the stiffness of the sub-surface shape memory Polymer. © 2009 The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Seok Kim – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Reversible dry micro-fibrillar Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion
    Soft Matter, 2009
    Co-Authors: Seok Kim, Metin Sitti, Tao Xie, Xingcheng Xiao

    Abstract:

    This work reports thin-film terminated micro-fibrillar Adhesives made of Adhesive Polymers and shape memory Polymers as reversible dry Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion. Structurally different Adhesives were fabricated by coating a continuous thin layer of an elastomeric Adhesive Polymer onto either a flat or a fibrillar shape memory Polymer surface. Experimental results exhibited that pull-off forces of the Adhesives can be up to four times different depending on thermal conditions. These differences originate from the temperature dependence of either the intrinsic adhesion properties of the Adhesive Polymer and/or the stiffness of the sub-surface shape memory Polymer. © 2009 The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Metin Sitti – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Reversible dry micro-fibrillar Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion
    Soft Matter, 2009
    Co-Authors: Metin Sitti, Xingcheng Xiao

    Abstract:

    This work reports thin-film terminated micro-fibrillar Adhesives made of Adhesive Polymers and shape memory Polymers as reversible dry Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion. Structurally different Adhesives were fabricated by coating a continuous thin layer of an elastomeric Adhesive Polymer onto either a flat or a fibrillar shape memory Polymer surface. Experimental results exhibited that pull-off forces of the Adhesives can be up to four times different depending on thermal conditions. These differences originate from the temperature dependence of either the intrinsic adhesion properties of the Adhesive Polymer and/or the stiffness of the sub-surface shape memory Polymer.

  • Reversible dry micro-fibrillar Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion
    Soft Matter, 2009
    Co-Authors: Seok Kim, Metin Sitti, Tao Xie, Xingcheng Xiao

    Abstract:

    This work reports thin-film terminated micro-fibrillar Adhesives made of Adhesive Polymers and shape memory Polymers as reversible dry Adhesives with thermally controllable adhesion. Structurally different Adhesives were fabricated by coating a continuous thin layer of an elastomeric Adhesive Polymer onto either a flat or a fibrillar shape memory Polymer surface. Experimental results exhibited that pull-off forces of the Adhesives can be up to four times different depending on thermal conditions. These differences originate from the temperature dependence of either the intrinsic adhesion properties of the Adhesive Polymer and/or the stiffness of the sub-surface shape memory Polymer. © 2009 The Royal Society of Chemistry.