His Composite material study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Elastomer. Roy D. Kornbluh frequently studies issues relating to Composite material and Elastomer. Roy D. Kornbluh frequently studies issues relating to Dielectric elastomers and Optoelectronics. His study on Dielectric elastomers is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Dielectric. His Dielectric study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Optoelectronics. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Acoustics and Transducer in his research. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Transducer and Acoustics through his works. Artificial intelligence is closely attributed to Actuator in his research. In most of his Actuator studies, his work intersects topics such as Artificial muscle.
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High-Speed Electrically Actuated Elastomers with Strain Greater Than 100%
Ron Pelrine;Roy Kornbluh;Qibing Pei;Jose Joseph.
Electrostriction of polymer dielectrics with compliant electrodes as a means of actuation
Ronald E. Pelrine;Roy D. Kornbluh;Jose P. Joseph.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (1998)
Electroactive polymer devices
Ronald E. Pelrine;Roy D. Kornbluh.
Dielectric elastomers as electromechanical transducers: Fundamentals, Materials, Devices, Models and Applications of an Emerging Electroactive Polymer Technology
Federico Carpi;Danilo Emilio De Rossi;R. Kornbluh;R. Pelrine.
Electroactive polymer electrodes
Ronald E. Pelrine;Roy D. Kornbluh;Qibing Pei;Jose P. Joseph.
High-field deformation of elastomeric dielectrics for actuators
Ron Pelrine;Roy Kornbluh;Jose Joseph;Richard Heydt.
Materials Science and Engineering: C (2000)
Actuation Response of Polyacrylate Dielectric Elastomers
Guggi Kofod;Peter Sommer-Larsen;Roy Kornbluh;Ron Pelrine.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (2003)
Dielectric elastomers: generator mode fundamentals and applications
Ron Pelrine;Roy D. Kornbluh;Joseph Eckerle;Philip Jeuck.
Smart Structures and Materials 2001: Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (2001)
Electroactive polymer sensors
Ronald E. Pelrine;Roy D. Kornbluh;Qibing Pei;Joseph Stephen Eckerle.
High-Strain Actuator Materials Based on Dielectric Elastomers
R. Pelrine;R. Kornbluh;G. Kofod.
Advanced Materials (2000)
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