Started 24th Jul, 2020
  • Vemury Structural Consultancy Ltd

Collaborative Research in Shape Memory materials - Copper- and Iron- based alloys

Could research teams or individual researchers working on Copper (Cu) - or Iron (Fe) - based Shape Memory Materials get in touch with me? Nitinol, as things stand, is an expensive material. Availability of more affordable Smart or Shape Memory materials would help Structural Engineers and other engineering specialisms.
Any thoughts? Interested in collaborative work???

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14th Dec, 2020
Scott Mavers
University of North Texas
This is a very interesting topic. I have read a little bit about Gallium - which is like a liquid metal. I truly believe products can be made using more flexible materials such as Nitinol and Gallium. Shape memory devices at a low cost? Emphasis on low cost and green friendly. Please message me about your findings. Thank you again!
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