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The Potential of Shape Memory Alloys in Deployable Systems - A Design and Experimental Approach

Michaël Peigney
Jean-François Caron
Olivier Baverel
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Abstract

This study focuses on deployable systems actuated by shape memory alloys in the perspective of designing adaptive sun shading devices for building facades. We first set the context of smart materials for adaptive facades and underline the remarkable characteristics of shape memory alloys for mechanical ac-tuation purposes. After outlining the constraints on the integration of this material into deployable structures, we introduce three different prototypes actuated by shape memory alloy wires. They have been fabricated and tests have been carried out on two of them. Finally, we present some perspectives on the use of these actuators for solar shading systems in façade engineering.
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hal-01591902 , version 1 (22-09-2017)

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Philippe Hannequart, Michaël Peigney, Jean-François Caron, Olivier Baverel, Emmanuel Viglino. The Potential of Shape Memory Alloys in Deployable Systems - A Design and Experimental Approach. Humanizing Digital Reality, Springer, pp.237-246, 2017, 978-981-10-6610-8. ⟨10.1007/978-981-10-6611-5_21⟩. ⟨hal-01591902⟩
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