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Fabrication additive de matériaux électroactifs pour applications à la mécatronique

Abstract : Additive Manufacturing (FA) is a manufacturing process that began to develop in the 1980s and is now mature enough to be used in a cost-effective and functional way by manufacturers. Additive manufacturing is defined as the process of shaping a part by adding material, as opposed to traditional shaping by material removal (machining). This new technology is a real revolution and enables us to meet new unprecedented technological challenges. Whether on a material axis or more widely as part of the plant of the future, additive manufacturing is a real growth driver, but many research work is yet to be conducted to perfect this new technology. It is around this issue that the work of theses focused with a focus on the integration of electroactive materials for the realization of mechatronics function taking advantage of Additive Manufacturing processes. Research shows that additive manufacturing of electroactive materials will be increasingly used for the realization of hybrid mechatronic functions that will combine both the mechanical structure, silicon integrated circuits, conductive tracks and printed coupled materials, integrating as well as features, such as sensors, displays or power sources. The work shows the potential application around the health control of composite structures, but also the instrument shape control for surgery. To arrive at the development of these devices, the following points have been developed around electroactive materials and their integration and optimization rules.
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Florent Ganet-Mattei. Fabrication additive de matériaux électroactifs pour applications à la mécatronique. Mécanique []. Université de Lyon, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018LYSEI011⟩. ⟨tel-02124607⟩



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