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Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris
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Sirris Innovate 2011 - Smart products with smart materials - introduction, Umberto Baraldi, Sirris

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This lecture highlights current trends, challenges and opportunities related to the emerging theme of Smart products with smart materials. We also present Sirris’s recent research activities in this …

This lecture highlights current trends, challenges and opportunities related to the emerging theme of Smart products with smart materials. We also present Sirris’s recent research activities in this domain.

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  • 1. Smart Materials Why use bricks when self- healing composites are available ?Umberto Baraldi Innovate 2011 09/06 1
  • 2. What is Smart ?From Google … © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 2
  • 3. Smart ?From the Oxford English Dictionary :1.Severe enough to cause pain & Google ? © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 3
  • 4. Smart ? From the Oxford English Dictionary :2. Sharp, vigorous, lively … & Google ? © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 4
  • 5. Smart ?From the Oxford English Dictionary :3. Goodlooking, hipe, modish … & Google ? © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 5
  • 6. Smart ? From the Oxford English Dictionary :4. Clever, ingenious, intelligent & Google ? © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 6
  • 7. Smart ? From the Oxford English Dictionary :5. Clever, ingenious, intelligent and delivering more thanusually expected & Google ? © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 7
  • 8. What is a smart product ?Clever, ingenious, intelligent PRODUCT delivering morethan usually expected More Self-Conscious More Smart More Ambient- Product Eco-System Conscious Conscious More User-Conscious © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 8
  • 9. Make theMake the Product more Self- Conscious Product more Self-Conscious• Self conscious products exploit their internal knowledge in better or different ways.• Smartness can be in learning; applying intelligent algorithms; and displaying pro-active behavior; artificial intelligence… © sirris 2009 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10-6-2011 9
  • 10. Make theMake the Product more User- Conscious Product more User-Conscious• User Conscious product are able to get insight in the head of the user. They understand what drives the user and what the intentions of the user are.• Smartness is in the ability to react to specific intentions of the user. © sirris 2009 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10-6-2011 10
  • 11. Make the Product more Ambient- Make the Product more Ambient-Conscious Conscious• The product is aware of its environment and the changes in environmental parameters.• The product can have an impact on the environment.• Smartness is in the ability to react to specific environmental conditions. © sirris 2009 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10-6-2011 11
  • 12. Make the Product more Eco- System Make the Product more Eco-SystemConscious Conscious• The product is aware of the other products that are part of the eco-system• Smartness is in the fact that a group of products is combined in an intelligent way• => eco-system infrastructure iPod ecosystem © sirris 2009 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10-6-2011 12
  • 13. In practice it will require the combination of these : What is Where do Smart Materials provide solutions … a smart product ? Built in « intelligence » Sensoring Actuation Energy management © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 13
  • 14. Smart Materials Clever, ingenious, intelligent Materials delivering more than usually expected- Capability to adapt or react to their environment (aproperty rather avoided by Dumb materials) Or/And- Provide exceptional performance regarding« Dumb »materials © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 14
  • 15. Smart MaterialsClever, ingenious, intelligent Materialsdelivering more than usually expected - Multidisciplinary field merging physics, chemistry, electronics, mechanics.. - Essential component in many « Smart products » © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 15
  • 16. SMART MATERIALS Eco-Aware: • Self-cleaning surfaces based on TiO2 • Self-greasing surfaces based on MoS2 • Shear-thickening materials, e.g. By d3O • Phase-changing materials to modulate solar radiation Self-Conscious : • Autorepairing paints and composites User-conscious: • Colour change in function of substrate t° • Presence sensing with piezoelectric sensors Ambient-conscious: • Pressure, t°, Ph, UV, sensing materials © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 16
  • 17. SMART MATERIALS• Answers provided to Key Requirements for Smart Products :• Sensors : • Yes direct integration of t°/p/Stress/Strain … in products• Data transmission : • Not obvious• Built in intelligence : • Yes for simple tasks (automatic action in function of stimulus : t° or light for instance) Actuation : • Yes (directly or through controlled stimulus : piezo, electro fluids, shape memory alloys, light emitting diodes …)• Communication • Not obvious• Integration • Smallest : Yes – additional function without size penalty • Cost : Not sure (long term reliability) • Eco-efficient : to be assessed (LCA )• © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 17
  • 18. SMART MATERIALS• (Wikipedia says) Smart materials are materials that have one or more properties that can be significantly changed in a controlled fashion by external stimuli, such as stress, temperature, moisture, pH, electric or magnetic fields. • Piezoelectric P • Shape memory alloys and polymers S and • Magnetostrictive • Magnetic shape memory • pH-sensitive polymers. • Temperature-responsive polymers V • Halochromic • Chromogenic systems, electrochromic materials, thermochromic, photochromic • Ferrofluid P • Photomechanical materials • Self-healing materials V • and polymers V • Dielectric elastomers • Optical fibre in composites • Smart textiles V • Metamaterials ……. © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 18
  • 19. Smart Products through Smart Materialsat Sirris © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10.06.11 19
  • 20. Smart Products through Smart Materials Hi Speed data communication systemsProblem setting : Barbra Eureka project :Hi speed data transmission optical fibres use Bragg gratings Development of special Fibre packaging with to encode signals. negative TEC ensuring dimensional independance towards t°.Dimensional stability of the Bragg network is of paramount Composition, process, importance ! demonstratorRequirement :Thermal expansionCoefficient of optical fibre = 0
  • 21. Smart Products through Smart Materials In Composite structures monitoringProblem setting : Feder Mediatic project :Continuous monitoring of key composite structural components Encasing of optical fibers in composite structures (bragg grating to measure dimensional changes).Requirement :Cheap, reliable, non intrusive technology compatible with high Integration process, performance composite structures connections principles, signal treatment
  • 22. Smart Products through Smart Materials & processes In Metal sheets functionality enhancementProblem setting : Marshall Mirage project :Integrate hi-level functionalities Development of special multimaterial through large scale production electronic microprinting technology on processes in metal plates metal substrate.(architectural and lighting Printing process applications) adaptation, material validation, demonstratorRequirement :Innovative technologies and materials for electronic printing on metal foils
  • 23. Smart Products through Smart Systems Quality analyses sensorProblem setting : Interreg « Pristimat « project :Reliable high frequency vibration control/actuation Development of printing technology and material allowing durable integration of interdigited sensor/actuator on ceramicRequirement : substrate.Non intrusive integrated micro - sensor (interdigited type) to Printing process, analyse sol gel ceramic coating on performance assessment, reduction processing tools (forge). of dimensions Combination of actuation/sensing functions
  • 24. Smart Products through Smart Systems Breathing monitoring systemProblem setting : Feder Minatis project :Continuous monitoring of breathing parameters for diagnosis purpose Developement of printed micro-sensor and micro injection moulded systemRequirement :Cheap, reliable, non intrusive technology compatible with high General concept, series production and large public electronics packaging, demonstrators applications
  • 25. Smart Products through Smart Concepts Topological optimisation and Additive manufacturingProblem setting : FP7 Small « Compolight » project :Reduce structural weight of a radiocontrolled cam chopper Define ansd manufacture monolithic component replacing 7 different parts, by using topological optimisation and additiveRequirement : manufacturing technologies.Combine different potential gains in terms of weight, resistance, cost Reconception of and maintenance of structure systems, manufacture of demonstrator
  • 26. Smart Materials Why use bricks when self- healing composites are available ? At least now, you cannot say you did not know ….Umberto Baraldi Innovate 2011 09/06 26

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