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The Resource Microscale Soft Robotics : Motivations, Progress, and Outlook

Microscale Soft Robotics : Motivations, Progress, and Outlook

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Microscale Soft Robotics : Motivations, Progress, and Outlook
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Microscale Soft Robotics
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Motivations, Progress, and Outlook
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Microscale Soft Robotics : Motivations, Progress, and Outlook
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Microscale Soft Robotics : Motivations, Progress, and Outlook
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Preface -- Contents -- Acronyms -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Motivations -- 2.1 Small -- 2.2 Soft -- 2.3 Safe -- 3 Enabling Technologies -- 3.1 Elastomers -- 3.1.1 PDMS -- 3.1.2 Beneficial Properties -- 3.1.3 Shortcomings -- 3.1.4 Parylene -- 3.1.5 Parylene C -- 3.1.6 Shortcomings -- 3.2 Unconventional Soft Lithography -- Case Study 1: Elastomeric Micropillar -- 3.3 Deformable Building Blocks -- 3.3.1 Electrical Interface -- 3.3.2 Optical Interface -- 3.3.3 Sensors -- 3.3.4 Actuators -- 3.4 Bio-Inspiration and Bio-Mimicry -- 3.4.1 For Making Small Robots -- 3.4.2 For Small and Soft Robots -- Case Study 2: Micropillar Wind Sensor -- 3.5 Shape Engineering -- 4 Soft Robotic Micro-Tentacle: A Case Study -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.2 Conception by Bio-Inspiration -- 4.3 Realization by Unconventional Shaping of PDMS -- 4.4 Spiraling by Shape Engineering -- 4.4.1 Hump-Enabled Spiraling -- 4.4.2 Theoretical Framework -- 4.4.3 Analysis of Hump Action -- 4.4.4 Experimental Validation -- 4.5 Addressing Motivations -- 4.5.1 S1: Small -- 4.5.2 S2: Soft -- 4.5.3 S3: Safe -- 4.6 Conclusion on Case Study -- 5 Current Progress -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Building Blocks -- 5.2.1 Actuators -- 5.2.2 Sensors -- 5.2.3 End-Effectors -- 5.3 Mid-Level Integration -- 5.3.1 Integration with Microfluidics/Bio-MEMS -- 5.3.2 Integration with Optics -- 5.4 Microscale Autonomous Soft Machines -- 5.4.1 Microfludic Feedback and Autonomy -- 5.4.2 Opto-Mechanical Feedback -- 6 Towards Full-Scale Integration and Beyond -- 6.1 Fully Integrated Microscale Soft Robots -- 6.2 Agenda 1: Get More from Nature -- 6.3 Agenda 2: Achieve Self-Sufficiency -- 6.4 Agenda 3: Refine Material and Fabrication Technologies -- 6.5 Target on Horizon: Embedded Intelligence -- 6.6 Targets over the Horizon -- References -- Index
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