Viljar Palmer
Viljar Palmer
Other namesViljar Palmre
XCath, Inc.
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Flexible supercapacitor-like actuator with carbide-derived carbon electrodes
J Torop, V Palmre, M Arulepp, T Sugino, K Asaka, A Aabloo
Carbon 49 (9), 3113-3119, 2011
An IPMC-enabled bio-inspired bending/twisting fin for underwater applications
V Palmre, JJ Hubbard, M Fleming, D Pugal, S Kim, KJ Kim, KK Leang
Smart Materials and Structures 22 (1), 014003, 2012
A multiple-shape memory polymer-metal composite actuator capable of programmable control, creating complex 3D motion of bending, twisting, and oscillation
Q Shen, S Trabia, T Stalbaum, V Palmre, K Kim, IK Oh
Scientific reports 6 (1), 24462, 2016
Monolithic IPMC fins for propulsion and maneuvering in bioinspired underwater robotics
JJ Hubbard, M Fleming, V Palmre, D Pugal, KJ Kim, KK Leang
IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering 39 (3), 540-551, 2013
Ionic electroactive polymer artificial muscles in space applications
A Punning, KJ Kim, V Palmre, F Vidal, C Plesse, N Festin, A Maziz, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 6913, 2014
Nanoporous carbon-based electrodes for high strain ionomeric bending actuators
V Palmre, D Brandell, U Mäeorg, J Torop, O Volobujeva, A Punning, ...
Smart materials and structures 18 (9), 095028, 2009
Nanothorn electrodes for ionic polymer-metal composite artificial muscles
V Palmre, D Pugal, KJ Kim, KK Leang, K Asaka, A Aabloo
Scientific reports 4 (1), 6176, 2014
Heat transfer measurement during dropwise condensation using micro/nano-scale porous surface
S Lee, K Cheng, V Palmre, MDMH Bhuiya, KJ Kim, BJ Zhang, H Yoon
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 65, 619-626, 2013
Electroactive polymer actuators with carbon aerogel electrodes
V Palmre, E Lust, A Jänes, M Koel, AL Peikolainen, J Torop, U Johanson, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (8), 2577-2583, 2011
A cylindrical ionic polymer-metal composite-based robotic catheter platform: modeling, design and control
S Ruiz, B Mead, V Palmre, KJ Kim, W Yim
Smart materials and structures 24 (1), 015007, 2014
Nanoporous carbide-derived carbon material-based linear actuators
J Torop, M Arulepp, J Leis, A Punning, U Johanson, V Palmre, A Aabloo
Materials 3 (1), 9-25, 2009
A comprehensive physics-based model encompassing variable surface resistance and underlying physics of ionic polymer-metal composite actuators
Q Shen, V Palmre, T Stalbaum, KJ Kim
Journal of Applied Physics 118 (12), 2015
Electro-chemical operation of ionic polymer–metal composites
D Kim, KJ Kim, V Palmre
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 155 (1), 106-113, 2011
Electromechanical performance and other characteristics of IPMCs fabricated with various commercially available ion exchange membranes
J Park, V Palmre, T Hwang, K Kim, W Yim, C Bae
Smart materials and structures 23 (7), 074001, 2014
Impact of carbon nanotube additives on carbide-derived carbon-based electroactive polymer actuators
V Palmre, J Torop, M Arulepp, T Sugino, K Asaka, A Jänes, E Lust, ...
Carbon 50 (12), 4351-4358, 2012
Improving electromechanical output of IPMC by high surface area Pd-Pt electrodes and tailored ionomer membrane thickness
V Palmre, SJ Kim, D Pugal, K Kim
International Journal of Smart and Nano Materials 5 (2), 99-113, 2014
Physics-based modeling of mechano-electric transduction of tube-shaped ionic polymer-metal composite
T Stalbaum, D Pugal, SE Nelson, V Palmre, KJ Kim
Journal of Applied Physics 117 (11), 2015
Promising developments in marine applications with artificial muscles: electrodeless artificial cilia microfibers
KJ Kim, V Palmre, T Stalbaum, T Hwang, Q Shen, S Trabia
Marine Technology Society Journal 50 (5), 24-34, 2016
A new ionic polymer–metal composite based on Nafion/poly (vinyl alcohol-co-ethylene) blends
T Hwang, V Palmre, J Nam, DC Lee, KJ Kim
Smart Materials and Structures 24 (10), 105011, 2015
Slender tube-shaped and square rod-shaped IPMC actuators with integrated sensing for soft mechatronics
MA Tsugawa, V Palmre, JD Carrico, KJ Kim, KK Leang
Meccanica 50, 2781-2795, 2015
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