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1 Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page. Flash activity. These activities are not editable. Useful websites for further information. Icons key: For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. Accompanying worksheet. © Boardworks Ltd 20141 of 5 Smart Materials Plenary Resistant Materials

2 © Boardworks Ltd 20142 of 5 Learning objectives In this unit, you will revise: The key concepts covered are: Cultural understanding Creativity what smart materials are and in what circumstances they are used. some of the properties of different smart materials.

3 © Boardworks Ltd 20143 of 5 Summary

4 © Boardworks Ltd 20144 of 5 Smart materials

5 © Boardworks Ltd 20145 of 5 Smart materials change according to changes in their environment. Smart materials Thermochromic materials change colour when they reach a certain temperature. Photochromic materials change colour with a change in the light. Shape memory alloys change shape at set temperatures. Piezoelectric materials generate electricity when placed under mechanical stress. Magnetorheological fluids change state when put in a magnetic field. Polymorph is used for making models as it can be reformed.


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